Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary
Beings is essential
reading for those who intuitively sense that there is more to
life than what we might have imagined and those who want to explore
their true identity as souls. It also delivers a powerful message
about where we are as a human race, and what we can achieve if
we choose to work with the Divine Beings now among us in making
sharing, justice, cooperation and peace a reality.
Few books convey this level
of detail about personal encounters with spiritual Masters of
Wisdom, and the powerful message of this book solidifies as readers
reflect upon four points:
story of his personal and professional lives reveals how the
Masters oversee human endeavors. It appears, for example, that
Petersons glimpse of Benjamin Creme on television, and
his subsequent meeting with him, are not coincidental.
Second, the mix of spiritual
and practical outcomes after interactions with Masters demonstrates
their attention to our well-being on the spiritual, emotional
and physical planes. For example, they are as attentive to Peterson's
need for a comfortable home where family and friends can gather
as they are to his expansion of consciousness.
The third point is the
explicit teaching that Peterson relates on subjects as essential
as Self-realization, the Law of Cause and Effect, detachment,
replacing fear with love, and meditation.
Finally, the appendices
provide an overview of the Ageless Wisdom teachings, as well
as lists of books and other resources that support the reader's
further investigation of these topics.
Examples of the Masters
involvement in human lives stimulate hope and faith, and in this
book Wayne Peterson has given us an extraordinary insight into
the secret life of a diplomat.
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