Consciousness Is All

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Consciousness Is All is a book on Absolute Reality, sometimes called Infinite Reality. It shows clearly why only Consciousness Itself-also known as the One Self, I Am, Love, Life, the Divine, God, and other terms-is being conscious right here, now. Consciousness is absolutely all there is of all there is. Simply nothing exists outside of, or beyond. Consciousness.

As Consciousness is All or One-It thus is not a higher Self, but the only Self. It precludes there being another, ...

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Overview

Consciousness Is All is a book on Absolute Reality, sometimes called Infinite Reality. It shows clearly why only Consciousness Itself-also known as the One Self, I Am, Love, Life, the Divine, God, and other terms-is being conscious right here, now. Consciousness is absolutely all there is of all there is. Simply nothing exists outside of, or beyond. Consciousness.

As Consciousness is All or One-It thus is not a higher Self, but the only Self. It precludes there being another, lesser consciousness that has to or can become anything. No transformation is necessary or even possible. This shatters the myth of a would-be secondary self struggling to get at-one with a vague "god." Read this book as if It were Consciousness, the One Self, talking to Itself. This is the only "viewpoint" that is valid, true, and actually operating because, truly, the Self is the only One being conscious here, now, so this can be read!

Stop and think what a marvelous book it would be if the Self, the One, wrote a book about Itself! What would the One Self say? It couldn't speak of a human struggle of becoming the Self-It could speak only of already being the Self. It wouldn't have to instruct how to get at-one with Itself, because It already is that! All the Self could speak of is its own Presence-the immediacy of Itself to Itself. It could state only what It already, presently is-Oneness, Wholeness and Perfection. Would that leave you out? Not at all! That Self being conscious here, now, is the only You there is. After You read this book. You will see that now Life is completely new.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781577331605
  • Publisher: Blue Dolphin Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/14/2006
  • Pages: 340
  • Sales rank: 960,256
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Table of Contents


It Really Is True     ix
Fact: There Is Nothing Greater Than Consciousness     1
Consciousness Is What You Are     13
Aliveness     22
Fact: Consciousness Is the Infinite Itself     27
Consciousness Is Not the "Human Mind"     40
Whose Life Is It, Anyway?     48
The All-Inclusiveness of Consciousness     57
To Be God, God Has to Be     67
Consciousness Is Neither Physical nor Metaphysical     74
There Is Only One Consciousness     87
Consciousness Is     95
Fact: Consciousness Is What the Present Is     103
Check the Credentials     112
Cease Ye From Man     123
Once Upon a Time     130
How Much Distance or Depth Is There to a Dream?     137
The Immediacy of All     147
The Spectrum of What Isn't     153
Love Is What Existence Is     166
Consciousness Cannot Ignore Its Own Presence     177
The Present Is All That Is Present     186
Time Is Not Continuous     198
The Present Is Perfection Itself     213
The Infinite One     220
I Am Not a Duplex     229
Now IsUndelayable     237
Ideas Cannot Withhold Themselves     248
What Is a Statement of Truth?     262
You Cannot Be Limited     275
Majestic Awareness     284
Peace     289
Postscript     xii
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2007

    Eternal Truth

    This book will set you free. CIA shows how eternal present consciousness is all there is. Leave behind the ties of humanity and rest in the timeless message in this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2007

    A Must Read

    If you are looking for an adventure, read this book. At the risk of sounding like so many other reviewers of various books that exclaim 'After years of searching for Truth and reading dozens of books, this is THE book.', I do have to say that after years of searching for Truth, for 'what it's all about', and reading dozens of books I have found that 'Consciousness Is All' is the freshest, clearest and most exciting presentation of Fact, Truth I have experienced. You get the distinct feeling that what you are reading is very different from anything else you have read and that the author is Intellegence, Life, Truth Itself. There is an Aliveness and a call to attention that is stunning. If you are still reading this review, you owe it to yourself to get this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2007

    Quietly Revolutionary

    A 'must read' book. It gives you a fresh new way of looking at your world. It reveals the true unlimited nature of your being. It carefully shows how Consciousness is all and that actually there is nothing physical or material anywhere. Believe it or not this is practical in one's everyday affairs. A book for the thoughtful reader.

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