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I self-calibrate it at 405. I've looked at some of the pages and it
looks interesting.
However, it is 'channeled', and I always am a little leary of channeled
books. They don't ring true to me.

Does anyone know of any books other than ACIM that was channeled and
calibrated above 540?

Another book I've read most of that is channeled is 'Ask and it is
Given' ( I self-calibrate it at 400 ). It was given to me as a gift
and after reading the first 155 pages, it seems kinda artificial. Or
rather, it does not seem to be in the same class as Dr. Hawkins books.

Maybe all my focus on the Dr.'s work has set my spiritual benchmark to
high. However, everything that I read now seem to be set in the context
of what I am learning from Dr. Hawkins.

I'm pretty convinced that he has shared all the information we need in
his trilogy. I even self-calibrate that the first book Power vs. Force
contains everything we need to reach enlightenment.

I've actually started a study group around Power vs Force where we
discuss 1 chapter a week. Everytime I open P vs F, I seem to learn
something new.

Blessings,
B


"The greatest journey begins with the smallest step."
http://www.level-of-consciousness.org/
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I would say that you are correct...any thing that you read that is a lower loc than Dr. Hawkins' material is not going to be in the same class.
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I self-calibrate it at 405. I've looked at some of the pages and it
looks interesting.
However, it is 'channeled', and I always am a little leary of channeled
books. They don't ring true to me.

Does anyone know of any books other than ACIM that was channeled and
calibrated above 540?

Another book I've read most of that is channeled is 'Ask and it is
Given'  ( I  self-calibrate it at 400 ). It was given to me as a gift
and after reading the first 155 pages, it seems kinda artificial. Or
rather, it does not seem to be in the same class as Dr. Hawkins books.

Maybe all my focus on the Dr.'s work has set my spiritual benchmark to
high. However, everything that I read now seem to be set in the context
of what I am learning from Dr. Hawkins.

I'm pretty convinced that he has shared all the information we need in
his trilogy.  I even self-calibrate that the first book Power vs. Force
contains everything we need to reach enlightenment.

I've actually started a study group around Power vs Force where we
discuss 1 chapter a week. Everytime I open P vs F, I seem to learn
something new.

Blessings,
B


"The greatest journey begins with the smallest step."
http://www.level-of-consciousness.org/
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---I've just started reading this book, it's interesting. Has anybody
else read 'The disappearance of the universe'? I would like to see
what some other DH'ers have to say about it? Does it jive with what
the Dr. teaches? Thanks,

Mike


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Hi seekr

I calibrate both Renard and the book in the 400s. Does reading it inspire joy or
trigger
analysis? :-) "Force can bring satisfaction, but only power brings joy." (PvF,
111)

'Disappearence of the World' is also a remarkable piece of literature, wise and
entertaining.

The author's application of the principle of forgiveness later in the book,
nonselectively
and continually loving everything, is the only section that seems to dovetail
directly with
Hawkins' teachings.

I have often imagined what a world would be like with the overall human LoC in
the 400s,
and this book gives a sober hypothetical portrait of such a blessed world.

On the other hand, the book's convoluted multi-incarnation plot is perhaps a
helpful
reminder of why Indian gurus such as Nisargadatta Maharaj eschew discussion of
past
lives as "kindergarden" stuff.

Blessings,

Paul Bard.


PS - "Saved by the Light" and "Embraced by the light" by Eadie and Brinkley are
two
channelled books Hawkins recommends. The former, Saved by the Light Hawkins
calibrates at 595. I cried my heart out when I read it... it's a very beautiful
book to give to
Christians as a spiritual gift.



--- In drhawkinsgroup@yahoogroups.com, deoACIM <deo1212@y...> wrote:
> Is it considered channeled if the beings appear?
>
> I would say that you are correct...any thing that you read that is a lower loc
than Dr.
Hawkins' material is not going to be in the same class.
>
> Blessings,
> deo
>
> Bryan Wheelock <wheelock@m...> wrote:
> I self-calibrate it at 405. I've looked at some of the pages and it
> looks interesting.
> However, it is 'channeled', and I always am a little leary of channeled
> books. They don't ring true to me.
>
> Does anyone know of any books other than ACIM that was channeled and
> calibrated above 540?
>
> Another book I've read most of that is channeled is 'Ask and it is
> Given' ( I self-calibrate it at 400 ). It was given to me as a gift
> and after reading the first 155 pages, it seems kinda artificial. Or
> rather, it does not seem to be in the same class as Dr. Hawkins books.
>
> Maybe all my focus on the Dr.'s work has set my spiritual benchmark to
> high. However, everything that I read now seem to be set in the context
> of what I am learning from Dr. Hawkins.
>
> I'm pretty convinced that he has shared all the information we need in
> his trilogy. I even self-calibrate that the first book Power vs. Force
> contains everything we need to reach enlightenment.
>
> I've actually started a study group around Power vs Force where we
> discuss 1 chapter a week. Everytime I open P vs F, I seem to learn
> something new.
>
> Blessings,
> B
>
>
> "The greatest journey begins with the smallest step."
> http://www.level-of-consciousness.org/
> On Mar 23, 2005, at 10:51 AM, seekr31 wrote:
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I've read ACIM for several years, read Disappearance of the Universe
and gone to a workshop with Gary Renard. I've also been in a
discussion group with Gary and so seen many e-mails from him
including some to myself.

Gary swears on his life that he did not make up the story nor was the
book channelled. He says he was talking to ascended masters who gave
him directly - in the flesh and in person - all the information in
the book.

Since I wasn't there :-) I have no way - except calibration - to
corroborate that that is true, but from what I have seen about Gary,
he is a very honest person. I believe you can see that from the book.
He tells a lot of flaws about himself that he didn't need to, for
example.

It's up to each person whether to believe him or not. I personally
do, but in the end it is whether or not you get value out of the book
and does not matter who wrote it. At least that is what works for me.

Linda Langlois

--- In drhawkinsgroup@yahoogroups.com, Bryan Wheelock <wheelock@m...>
wrote:
> I self-calibrate it at 405. I've looked at some of the pages and it
> looks interesting.
> However, it is 'channeled', and I always am a little leary of
channeled
> books. They don't ring true to me.








 

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