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The Written Works of Joel Goldsmith
As mentioned in the pages on my spiritual roots, I feel a great resonance with the written works of Joel S. Goldsmith, the Christian mystic and healer who left the physical plane in the 1960s. I feel that Joel Goldsmith describes his experience of the God connection and the actual act of spiritual healing perhaps better than any author he has encountered. You may learn more about Joel Goldsmith's work "The Infinite Way", at http://www.joelgoldsmith.com and also at http://www.infiniteway.com
If you wish to learn more about Joel Goldsmith's life, you may wish to read this excellent brief biographical article online. If you wish a fuller biography of the life of Joel S. Goldsmith, please check out the excellent book entitled "The Spiritual Life of Joel S. Goldsmith", by Lorraine Sinkler. You may purchase this excellent and inexpensive book at Insight Books online.
The Teachings of Lester Levenson
As mentioned elsewhere in this site, I feel a strong resonance with the works of Lester Levenson, the American spiritual master, and particularly his description of the enlightenment experience -- an opening to love and joy. The Release Technique, offered by Larry Crane, and The Sedona Method are the two teaching systems carrying on Lester Levenson's work since his death. Links about the Release Technique and Lester Levenson (mentioned on this site):Larry Crane's Release Technique, at http://www.releasetechnique.comBy the way, as of July 2003, Lester's autobiography has finally been published in a more formal book form, and is now available at Amazon.com. You may already know that his autobiography is titled "No Attachments, No Aversions", and has been available for years, due to Larry Crane's efforts, in a pre-publication photocopied spiral-bound softcover form. However, that form appeared a bit "casual" or slip-shod to a few folks, but it was really a gem, because the main body of the book also contained some handwritten editing notes, penned by Lester after the book had first been printed. Lester's handwritten notes were a lot of fun to read, and sometimes cast further light on whatever topic was at hand. If you do have access to a copy of that pre-publication "casual" version, please be advised that the comments in the main part of the book which appear in handwriting are Lester's comments, but that some other editing comments appear in block printing in different handwriting, particularly at the end of the book. Those latter notes were not written by Lester, but rather by a later editor at the Sedona Center years ago, and I learned to ignore them when I encountered them...
Information on Lester Levenson, at http://www.releasetogether.com/bonus/lester/#
One more thing... Lester, when he wrote the book, wanted to tell the story but very much wanted to remain private and anonymous, and so he used the pseudonym of "Lester Siegal" (and it appears that he occasionally spelled it a bit differently as "Lester Siegel"), as the author's name and also in context within the book when referring to himself. So, the name "Lester Levenson" never appeared in the first copies of the manuscript and on early photocopied versions of the book, but rather only the name "Lester Siegal". And, much in line with the tradition of terse dialogue so commonly found in newspapers and novels of the 1930s and 1940s, Lester often simply referenced himself in the book by his pseudonymous last name alone, as "Siegal". Larry Crane eventually went thru the book after Lester's death and attempted to change all occurrences of "Siegal" and "Mr. Siegal" to "Lester" or "Levenson" or "Lester Levenson", as appropriate. However, he missed a few occurrences, and hence my early pre-publication photocopied version of the book still has a few sprinklings of the surname Siegal throughout the book, which can be very puzzling to a newcomer.
Lester was also very private and reclusive in other ways, always wanting to remain anonymous and allow only the message of love and acceptance to be broadcast, minus and personal appellations. In addition to the use of "Siegel" as a surname, he also tried very much to avoid being photographed, and, as a result, the folks who studied with him in Sedona at the Center thru the early 1990's have only a very few photos of Lester from that entire 30-odd year span of Lester's life when he was teaching.
Along the lines of the above, I received an e-mail last week from my friend Don, who had worked with Larry for years and had helped Larry to compile the pre-publication photocopied version of the book, and in his letter he touched upon the same topic or Lester's reluctance to be "known" as a teacher or guru-type. Here is an excerpt from Don's e-mail to me:
".....You know, an interesting thing happened when I was helping Larry with the cover of that book. Lester *did* say hello. I was putting Lester's picture on the front cover and my computer kept crashing. It just wasn't coming together. Then within about an hour or so, I got a call from Larry saying that Lester came to him and he didn't want his name on the book! You may or may not be aware that Lester referred to himself as Siegel, not Levenson, throughout the book. Larry went through and tried to correct all those references, but missed a couple. What a cute and beautiful thing! For the discerning reader, there were still clues that Lester wanted it to be about the method, not him."You may find the book at Amazon at:
Jean Kline was a Western master, a Czech-French musicologist and doctor turned mystic, who passed on in the late 1990's. Several of his books are still in print, and I especially recommend "Ease of Being".
Pam Clements, Remote Energy Healer
Since I'm a remote spiritual healer & researcher, folks often ask me to recommend remote healers for them. While I know many remote healers, there are few whom I ever recommend to others. One of the very few remote healers whom I ever recommend is my colleague Pam Clements, a remote energy healer who resides in western Michigan. Pam's website may be found at: http://pamclements.divine-heart.org/
Recommendation for a Very Powerful and Effective Remote Energy Healer: Jerry Wills
As you may already know, I wear several hats, and, in addition to being a consulting scientist, a mystic and an intuitive, I am also a remote spiritual healer, and this website has been devoted to my spiritual healing work since the year 2000. Largely because of this website, I have made the acquaintance of a great many remote spiritual healers and remote energy healers from around the world over the past 15 years; some of them have also performed remote healing treatments on me.
And, as some of you may recall, for many years, whenever I had been approached by people asking for my recommendation of the most powerful and effective remote energy healer for physical problems of whom I was aware, I always recommended Australian energy healer Ron Wilding; I also had a recommendation for Ron's remote energy healing work, along with a link to his healing website, on several of my websites.
Well, Ron Wilding was quite advanced in years, and he passed away in October 2013. Since the time that Ron Wilding became essentially unavailable for remote energy healing work, many people have asked me if there was some other remote energy healer in the world whom I could recommend as strongly as I had recommended Ron Wilding. For a number of months, I was unable to recommend any particular remote energy healer to these inquirers who stood out in my mind as a suitable "replacement" for Ron Wilding.
However, in each case where I was asked, I promised that I would continue looking for a remote energy healer whose work was at least as powerful and effective as Ron Wilding's had been, and I surrendered the entire matter to Divinity, asking to be guided, at the right time, to such a remote energy healer; I was, in turn, advised by Divinity and by my angels that the matter would be taken care of by June of 2014.
Well, Divinity came through in fulfilling my request in early March of 2014. Through an extremely unlikely and circuitous route, one filled with bizarre synchronicities, I became aware recently of the existence of a remote energy healer in Arizona named Jerry Wills, who also happens to be a very colorful character (he became well-known at one point as a UFO and alien contactee, and he also leads guided tours to sacred and mysterious places in Peru).
Once I had learned of Jerry and his remote energy healing work, I was nudged by Divinity to approach him to ask him for a remote energy healing session, which I had in early March of 2014 (he does his work while talking with his client on the phone for the duration of the approximately 30 to 90 minute session). I can tell you that Jerry's remote energy healing work is, in my estimation, even more powerful and more effective than was that of the aforementioned Australian remote energy healer Ron Wilding.
Now, it takes a lot for me to make such a statement, for I know, or have known, hundreds of remote energy healers, and many of them have done some work on me over the years. However, the bottom line is that I feel, based upon my own experience, and also upon inner guidance from Divinity, that Jerry Wills is a remote energy healer whose work is at least as powerful and effective as was the remote energy healing work of Ron Wilding. You may find Jerry's energy healing website here: www.jerrywills.com
[For full transparency, I want to note here that I never receive any kind of compensation, commission or remuneration in return for my recommendations from any of the remote healers or intuitives whom I may recommend on my websites.]
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