Dr. and Master Sha: Miracle Soul Healer: Exploring a Mystery

Dr. and Master Sha: Miracle Soul Healer: Exploring a Mystery

by William Gladstone


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ISBN-13: 9781940363714
Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
Publication date: 09/02/2014
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 514,580
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

William Gladstone is coauthor of the books Tapping the Source and The Golden Motorcycle Gang and author of the international bestselling novel The Twelve and The Power of Twelve. Gladstone is considered an international expert on indigenous cultures and the meaning of 2012. He is also coproducer of the highly acclaimed film Tapping the Source.

As a literary agent, Gladstone has worked with some of the most respected and influential authors of our time, including Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, and Barbara Marx Hubbard. As a pioneer in the publishing industry, he contributed to the creation of the first print-on-demand book publishing company as well as the first ebook company. Throughout his career, Gladstone has worked with prominent visionaries, including Tom Anderson, founder of Myspace; Peter Norton, founder of Norton Computing; and Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux operating system.

Gladstone is a trustee of the International Club of Budapest whose honorary members include the Dalai Lama, Dr. Jane Goodall, and Mikhail Gorbachev. Gladstone has served on the boards of public and private companies and was the founding president of the Alumni Association for School Year Abroad, based in Andover, Mass. He attended Yale College and earned a graduate degree in cultural anthropology from Harvard University.

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My First Encounter with Dr. and Master Sha

IN NOVEMBER 2012 I received a phone call from my good friend Rick Frishman, who was formerly the head of Planned Television Arts, a major New York City–based publicity firm. "Bill, I have a wonderful new client for you. His name is Dr. and Master Sha. Have you ever heard of him?"

"No, I am not aware of Dr. Sha or his books," I replied. "Have his previous books sold well?"

"Yes. I think they have all been New York Times best sellers. Simon & Schuster has published his last nine or ten books, but I just spoke with him and he is thinking of working with a literary agent if he can find the right one. I think you are probably the right one," Rick continued.

"Well, I will be happy to speak with him. We can use the Waterside conference line. Just let me know when it will be convenient," I offered.

A few days later I was on the phone with Dr. and Master Sha, his attorney, Rick, and the CEO of Dr. Sha's company. Dr. Sha asked a few questions, his attorney asked additional questions, and I explained how my literary agency operates. The call seemed to go well and the first action step was for me to send my standard author/agent agreement to Dr. Sha's attorney for review. The attorney reviewed the agreement and said he would present the agreement to Dr. Sha to sign.

I heard nothing for seven months, and then in late June 2013 Rick called again and said that Dr. Sha was ready to sign and engage my services as his literary agent. I had almost forgotten about Dr. Sha and had assumed that he had decided that he did not really need an agent. I told Rick that I needed to look at Dr. Sha's present book-publishing contract with Simon & Schuster since I wanted to know the terms of that agreement and to also check to see if there was the standard option clause that requires authors to submit their next book project to their present book publisher.

After going through the Simon & Schuster contract I was uncertain whether or not Dr. Sha actually needed my services. His contract was one of the best I had ever seen, with terms far superior to standard author/publisher contracts from major New York houses. By now Dr. Sha had signed my literary representation agreement and we had set up a time for a phone call. I was not sure why, but that call was scheduled for 9 P.M. Apparently Dr. Sha was in the middle of a major conference, and that was the only time he was free to speak.

Although I found the call somewhat tedious since I had to explain many basic book publishing definitions, I found myself laughing almost every five minutes at the enthusiasm and attitude Dr. Sha was expressing through both his questions and his asides. Dr. Sha had consulted with his divine sources before choosing me as his literary agent. I was pleased that I had received good marks even though I was still unsure whether I subscribed to the idea of consulting angels and heavenly guardians on business matters.

The longer the dialogue continued, the merrier it became. I was not sure exactly why, but the energy of the call was very light even when I explained that despite the wonderful terms Simon & Schuster was offering, I knew I could obtain much better terms if he was willing to explore non–New York City–based book publishers whose overheads were less than those of the large New York houses. I explained that we would honor the option clause and attempt to improve terms with Simon & Schuster, but that I could only be effective if he might be ready to switch publishers. We agreed that this was a viable option and then I asked, "So how much of the new book have you written?"

"Oh, I have not started on the new book yet. I have a big conference that will start in November and we need at least five hundred printed books to give to my students in early November," he replied.

"Except in rare instances, big publishers require a minimum of nine months' advance notice to publish a book. It is already early July, and without a manuscript it is going to be impossible to have your book published for November, at least if we publish in the usual way," I explained.

"There is nothing to worry about. I do this all the time with Simon & Schuster. They know how I work. They will make sure we have books in November if we ask," Dr. Sha assured me.

Since printing and shipping books takes a minimum of six weeks, I had to explain that that left Dr. Sha at most eight weeks to write and edit the book. The short timeline concerned me, but it didn't concern him.

"Oh, eight weeks is plenty of time. I work with the Divine and will have the book finished within three weeks from starting. We have lots of time," Dr. Sha assured me.

Still amazed, I inquired if the book was to be full-sized or if he was thinking of just a short book.

"It will be a full-sized book. My students can help us with the editing. They can also help with the layout and design," Dr. Sha responded.

"Well, then you are not just authoring the book, you're also packaging," I observed. "The timeframe is still going to be a challenge, but I will see what I can do. Get me the book proposal as soon as you finish your conference and we will see what can be achieved," I concluded.

"Very good, and thank you, Bill. I know we are going to be successful together. When I checked with the Divine I was told that you have wonderful connections. You represented the For Dummies books and other big successful book series. That is my goal. I intend to write lots of books and sell millions of copies. I am a servant for the Divine and I have promised the Divine that I will heal as many people as I can. That is why my books are so important. They are not just books but soul healing miracles themselves. You will see. We will put soul healing calligraphy in each book, and the calligraphy itself will help heal people. You will help me find a television producer and we will also create health shows and events to heal people. You are going to have an important role in all of this, Bill," Dr. Sha confirmed enthusiastically.

I thanked Dr. Sha for his time and put down the phone.

The call had gone on for more than three hours. It was after midnight in California. I only learned later that week that Dr. Sha had been in Toronto, Canada, during the call and had not gotten off the phone until 3 A.M. his time. This was while he was at a healing conference providing healings from 8 A.M. to 11 P.M. for days at a time. Two months later when I had my first physical meeting with Dr. Sha, I learned that this kind of drive and energy that enabled him to work at times for thirty-six hours or more without rest was not unusual for him.

I did not yet know that I would be observing soul healing miracles myself, but I was already aware that I was about to embark on a journey with a most unusual and highly gifted client.

In early September 2013 I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. and Master Sha in person. We had, after much discussion, decided to publish Soul Healing Miracles not with Simon & Schuster but with BenBella instead. The book had already been written, just as Dr. Sha had promised, and the final editing was taking place with almost a week to spare to ensure that the book would arrive on time.

That first week in September Dr. Sha had arranged for a healing retreat for his students and student teachers at Asilomar on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula. Asilomar is a rustic meeting place with individual units spread over many acres, a quaint non-luxury convention center. Its location, however, is one of beauty and high energy near the ocean, with large open tracts of land just off the famous Carmel 17-Mile Drive. I had decided to drive up and meet Dr. Sha after spending the weekend in Santa Barbara with other clients. The drive from Santa Barbara was relatively short, just a few hours, and we had agreed to meet for dinner. My fiancée, Gayle Newhouse, accompanied me both on the trip and for the dinner meeting that had previously been arranged.

Although I found the Asilomar site easily, it was not so easy finding the specific building and room. I quickly became lost, and while lost looked up and saw a man in a business suit sitting in front of a small cottage basking in the sun. I am not sure why, but I instantly knew, even though I was not close enough to make out any facial features, that this suited man was Dr. Sha. He had a simple air about him, and if not for the business suit I would have thought he was just an ordinary person on vacation taking a moment to relax in the sun.

I soon found my room and called Dr. Sha's assistant to reconfirm our dinner plans. Dr. Sha had made reservations at a simple Chinese restaurant in town, just a mile from the Asilomar center. During dinner I was impressed with how simple and gentle a man I was representing. On the phone Dr. Sha had done some of his "divine transmissions," which are loud and full of strong energy, so I was expecting someone a bit more excitable and extroverted. But in reality Dr. Sha was soft-spoken and more of a listener than speaker. He had many questions for me and asked if I would be willing to get up onstage to address his students for five or ten minutes after dinner. He asked Gayle to join me onstage since he rightfully felt that energetically we were partners, if not business partners. There was going to be an evening session that would start at 10 P.M. and go until 5 A.M. Gayle and I would not be expected to stay past 11 P.M. so we could get a good night's sleep, but he felt it important with so many of his students in attendance that I explain the genesis and purpose of his forthcoming book, Soul Healing Miracles.

Of course, I agreed.

Before going onstage, there was a session for a man in his eighties who had been diagnosed with cancer. He had a visible tumor the size of a baseball that was protruding from his chest. Dr. Sha performed a healing and had six of his top students participate as well. The healing took about twenty minutes, and after the healing it was visible that the tumor had shrunk by at least 20 percent. I was not sure what this meant medically, but I was impressed.

When the healing session was over, Gayle and I were invited onstage. I was given a wonderful greeting and then explained why I thought Soul Healing Miracles would be the most important book Dr. and Master Sha had ever written. When I completed my short remarks I was treated to the most incredible experience I have ever had with a group of five hundred people. All five hundred started chanting, "We love you, Bill. We thank you, Bill." The chanting must have lasted a full minute or more. That is a long time to have people you don't know telling you they love you. I felt an enormous glow and sense of ebullience; really, I guess, a sense of being truly loved. Then Gayle was asked to make a few remarks and they gave her the same ovation with chants of "We love you, Gayle. We thank you, Gayle."

We were able to exit the stage and return to our room for a good night's sleep, but it was clear to me that Dr. Sha had not only amazing abilities himself but had trained his students well.

I share these details of my first encounter with Dr. Sha because in exploring the life and work of Dr. and Master Sha, it is important that I reveal the circumstances surrounding my personal experiences. I believe that I remain objective in all that I will be reporting on in this book, but those who are skeptical should know that I am not pretending to be completely unbiased. In reality no ethnographer ever is completely unbiased; there is always some existing bias. But anthropologists rarely share the unique circumstances under which their data is gathered. I do not believe that this first or any subsequent encounter has distorted my view of Dr. Sha and his students; but if it has, at least the degree and nature of such bias has been revealed.

The only slightly jarring observation I made in this first meeting with Dr. Sha was that his students had a level of devotion resembling that which I have only witnessed at the ashram of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and other spiritual teachers. I am not saying this is a bad thing, but as we explore the medical efficacy of Dr. Sha, it is important to realize that for many of his students, Dr. Sha is held at a level of devotion and admiration that only saints and gurus are accorded. I did not observe any behavior by Dr. Sha that encouraged this level of adoration, but we should acknowledge that this level of adoration and esteem is present whenever Dr. Sha is with his students. Perhaps it is the inevitable response of people who in most cases have had their lives saved or altered because of specific miracle soul healings that Dr. Sha has performed for them and their loved ones.

The next morning Gayle and I ducked in just before breakfast ended. We had made our goodbyes to Dr. Sha the night before and we were on a tight schedule to get to our next meeting. We joined a table of students and were relieved to encounter normal people. They were devoted to Dr. Sha. But otherwise they were just everyday people who had personal experiences with Dr. Sha that had been transformational and who, because of these experiences, were motivated to learn the essence of soul healing miracles. We will get to these miracles shortly, but first let's explore the background and personality of this miracle soul healer, Dr. and Master Sha.


Who Is Dr. and Master Sha?

PSYCHOLOGISTS TELL US that the first seven years of life shape our personalities. In working with Dr. Sha I was fortunate to have many opportunities to learn about him not just as a healer but also as a person. And I came to recognize how his early years shaped not only his personality but his interest in healing.

Dr. Sha was born in China in 1956 in what he refers to as The New China. This of course was the China of Mao Zedong, communism, and a rural economy. It was not yet a major economic power.

Born in a small town in Northwest China, when he was six years old his parents and family moved to Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province, a world-renowned ancient city of about two million people. His father was the top executive of a coal mine with ten thousand employees. His mother was a technician who worked at the mine. We can imagine that it was through their work at the mine that they met, fell in love, and married. Their relationship was traditional in every sense, and Dr. Sha was their firstborn at a time when there were no limits on the number of children a family could have. Later Dr. Sha would have three sisters and a brother.

Dr. Sha is very proud of his parents. His father was the type of hands-on executive who stood with his workers. Whenever there was a cave-in or other crisis at the mine, his father would be the first to risk his own life to organize a rescue crew to save the other miners. In every instance his employees would literally bar his way and try to prevent him from risking his own life. But he would say, "If I do not go down, who will go down to save the miners?" This sense of responsibility and care for others, so easily felt in the presence of Dr. Sha, comes from his earliest role model, his father.

When Dr. Sha was born, he was in very poor health. He suffered from allergies, fatigue, and insufficient appetite. When he was just five years old he caught a cold and had a severe fever. His parents took him to the town's best Western medical doctor, where he was given an injection. Soon after he returned home, he fell into a coma and his parents were not at home. His grandmother feared he would die. She ran to a neighbor who was an acupuncturist and the acupuncture brought the young boy out of his coma. His parents and grandparents were convinced that it was the acupuncture that had saved his life, and Dr. Sha developed an early appreciation for acupuncture that in his later life would direct him to learn the art himself.

Dr. Sha was still a sickly child, and shortly after moving to Xi'an his primary physical activity was taking walks in the park with his parents on Sundays. One Sunday in the park when he was just six years old he observed a Tai Chi grandmaster teaching three students. The Tai Chi master was instructing them on what is known as "the pushing hands practice." The master would do a movement and even without making physical contact, the student would be pushed several feet away. The six-year-old observed this exercise with each of the three students and could hardly believe his eyes. This was magic, and he wanted to learn how to use this Tai Chi power himself. He went running up to the grandmaster, and bowing as is customary with masters in China at that time, shouted, "Ye Ye, I want to do this. Will you be my teacher?"

The grandmaster looked at the young boy for a while, thinking, and with a pleasant, yet stern smile told him, "You are too young to learn Tai Chi."

"No, no, I am not too young. I will be a good student. I so much want to learn. Please accept me as your student," the boy pleaded.

Surprised with the intensity of the entreaty, the grandmaster reconsidered. "Let me speak with your parents and perhaps I will make an exception."


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Table of Contents

Part One: Beginning My Journey with Dr. and Master Sha,
Chapter 1: My First Encounter with Dr. and Master Sha,
Chapter 2: Who Is Dr. and Master Sha?,
Chapter 3: 1984–1989,
Chapter 4: Canada,
Chapter 5: Sylvia Chen,
Chapter 6: Dr. and Master Zhi Chen Guo,
Chapter 7: Dr. Sha's Divine Encounter,
Chapter 8: What Is Energy Medicine?,
Chapter 9: Karma Cleansing,
Chapter 10: Dr. Rulin Xiu,
Chapter 11: Miracles,
Chapter 12: The Evidence,
Chapter 13: Even Skeptics and Non-Believers Can Be Healed,
Chapter 14: The Importance of Belief and Emotion,
Chapter 15: Purity and Divine Love,
Chapter 16: Can a Book Heal?,
Chapter 17: Sample Self-Healing Exercise,
Chapter 18: Can Calligraphy Heal?,
Chapter 19: Can Sound and Music Heal?,
Chapter 20: The Company We Keep,
Chapter 21: An Enlightening Conversation,
Chapter 22: Preliminary Conclusions,
Part Two: Exploring Master Sha's Service,
Chapter 23: My Current Journey with Dr. and Master Sha,
Chapter 24: Further Conversations with Dr. and Master Sha,
Chapter 25: Say Hello,
Chapter 26: Energy, Matter, and Soul,
Chapter 27: Scientific Evidence,
Part Three: Stories from Divine Channels and Divine Soul Healers,
Chapter 28: Master Richard Shunya Barton,
Chapter 29: Master Sabine Parlow,
Chapter 30: Master Lynne Nusyna,
Chapter 31: Master Mirva Inkeri,
Chapter 32: Master David Lusch,
Chapter 33: Master Maya Mackie,
Chapter 34: Master Allan Chuck,
Chapter 35: Master Francisco Quintero,
Chapter 36: Interview with Dr. Sha's Personal Assistant, Master Cynthia Deveraux,
Chapter 37: Master Peter Hudoba's Enlightenment Experience,
Chapter 38: Divine Healing Hands,
Chapter 39: Final Thoughts,
About the Author,
Other Books by William Gladstone,
Other Titles by Dr. and Master Sha from BenBella Books,
Ling Guang Calligraphy,

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AkshayaDwivedi More than 1 year ago
What a phenomenal joyful read! Written straight from the heart, true in spirit, the book touches your heart; and you tend to fall in love with not only Master Sha but also with the author William Gladstone. The author begins as a sceptic, carefully studying, analyzing and understanding what Master Sha is doing for humanity through his Soul Healing Miracles movement. As he begins to understood at a deeper level the many ways in which Master Sha is offering profound healing for cures that have hitherto been declared either incurable by traditional medicine or very difficult to cure, and also the many ways in which Master Sha is offering the message of love, peace , harmony, enlightenment and universal service to the world; the author very cautiously treads onwards, and gradually his skepticism gets transformed to belief and later to faith. Towards the end of the book, the reader can truly feel the love that the author carries for Master Sha. Written with full sincerity this book is a must read for all those that do not wish to follow anything blindly. This book is a great work which enables the reader to truly know and understand who Master Sha is, and what great contribution he is offering to humanity. Thank you William Gladstone for this amazing book! Akshaya Dwivedi
dlusch More than 1 year ago
Mr. William Gladstone’s book on Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha provides a fascinating and intimate look at one of the world’s most powerful healers, spiritual teachers and humanitarian alive today. Mr. Gladstone’s skepticism and approach brings a fresh way to view a powerful healer and servant like Dr. Sha. With behind the scenes conversations and deep insights to what drives Master Sha to so passionately serve humanity to awaken them to their inner soul healing power and to offer Tao healing blessings to transform all life, the reader is taken on a journey to know more about the heart and soul of Master Sha. I personally was deeply touched by “Chapter 14: The Importance of Belief and Emotion” because of the profound insights given and applying them to reflect upon my personal life. I highly recommend this book to everyone. It will take you on a journey of unconditional love and joy.
MichelleRobbins More than 1 year ago
What a perfect book to give to those who are not familiar with Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha.  This book researches his 'Soul Healing Miracles,' with candor and much skepticism. He spent hours and hours, and days and days, with Master Sha; as well as many of his Business Team and highest level World Wide Representatives. As a cultural anthropologist he asks very detailed questions on the what, why, and how of Master Sha's Soul Healing Blessings; and has received answers that I, a long-time student, never heard before. William writes in a style that is easy to read, and knows how to leave a cliffhanger at the end of every chapter. I couldn't put this book down. For any and everyone who has ever been interested in metaphysics; this is the book for you. 
WisdomSeeker More than 1 year ago
"Dr. and Master Sha: Miracle Soul Healer" is a deeply heart-touching and inspiring book about one of the greatest healers of our time. Through insightful interviews and his personal experiences and observations, self-described skeptic and scientist, William Gladstone provides an intimate look at Dr. and Master Sha: master healer, spiritual leader, servant, humanitarian, human being. In addition, Dr. and Master Sha shares deep spiritual wisdom with the author and readers. Even so, this is a delightful and easy read, suitable for anyone: if you are a healer or in need of healing or transformation of any aspect of your life (health, emotions, relationships, finances, and more); if you are curious about alternative medicine or healing practices; if you are a spiritual seeker looking for ancient soul wisdom and practices to advance your soul journey; if you are skeptical of the efficacy of spiritual healing, and so on. Read the book. Digest and absorb it well. You will be extremely blessed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Page 213 "The qualities of a Pure Servant " A Pure Servant offers unconditional service, including unconditional love, forgiveness, light, healing, blessing, harmony, peace and enlightenment. Humanity needs Pure Servants. humanity is suffering and looking fro Pure Servants so that they can finally open their hearts and be able to heal and transform their lives. Humanity is searching for divine wisdom, knowledge , love, forgiveness, compassion and light." I hope that this will help you decide to read this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book contains stories of Master Sha's students and their soul journey. There are multiple tools within this book for one seeking to further enhance their spiritual practice. Some of the topics covered are what is energy medicine, can sound and music heal, and the importance of belief and emotion. Miracle Soul Healer documents the remarkable journey of a world renowned spiritual teacher and master healer who has not only demonstrated the ability to heal but also to teach people to heal themselves.
vickyswan More than 1 year ago
I am so happy that this book was written! The subtitle, “Exploring a Mystery”, is self-explanatory. The mystery of life, of healing, of miracles. Mr. Gladstone spends time with Master Sha, a very powerful healer and teacher, in order to explore what Master Sha, his Soul Healing and his teachings are all about.  As a respected cultural anthropologist, he declares himself a skeptic and approaches this with no agenda other than to find out what he can. This is one reason why I love this book.  Skeptics will learn a lot as Mr. Gladstone relates his day-to-day experiences of being with Master Sha, and asks very basic and frank questions of Master Sha and of his Representatives and students.  Much evidence of the efficacy of Master Sha’s healing abilities is presented in this book.  Students of Master Sha’s will also learn more about their Teacher and about his Representatives and fellow students in the interviews.  This is a great book to give to others as it is not only fascinating, but can be of great service for healing. 
Flower3 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this heart toughing book written by William Gladstone. This book tells you who Dr and Master Sha is and what soulhealing is all about. Miracle Soul Healer book opens you to profound wisdom of the soul and the huge possibilitynto follow the teachings of Master Sha. I highly recommend this book. Thank you so much William Gladstone
TerryMatt1TM More than 1 year ago
I would thoroughly recommend this book to both those who have recently been introduced to the teachings and "Miracle soul healing" of Dr & Master Zhi Gang Sha and those long standing students keen to see his work sufficiently researched to gain the respect of academia. William Gladstone offers us the healthy perspective of a skeptic, medical anthropologist , who through his desire to demystify the seemingly incomprehensible, takes us on a fascinating journey of inquiry, testimonials and evidences that ultimately leads him to conclude that "miracles are normal". Thoroughly well researched and worthy of several readings, this book could easily be the door that opens you to the profound wisdom of the soul and perhaps the greatest soul healer on the planet, Dr & Master Zhi Gang Sha. I highly recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book presents an interesting perspective of who Dr. & Master Sha is and what Soul Healing is all about. The reader gets to know Master Sha more intimately and also some of the World Wide Representatives and Divine Channels. There are personal accounts of how Soul Healing has changed many lives. It's written by a "newcomer" whose purpose was to discover if there's anything real to the "miracles" of Soul Healing. His conclusion is evident. A worthy read, for sure. I'm very happy to have this book on my shelf. Thank you, William Gladstone!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm so grateful for this book it's helped me appreciate even more of who he is. It's been so hard explaining to people what Master Sha is all about because he is such a unique individual. I highly encourage anyone who is a skeptic or on the fence to read this so they can make a more informed decision. William Gladstone did a great job of keeping things simple and asking great questions.
DSmaistrla More than 1 year ago
I met Master Sha in 2010 for the first time in Melbourne Australia at a weekend workshop. William Gladstone in his book has given me a reference that is written well and full of documented testimonials that should lead most people to open their minds to the possibilities of the miracles that Master Sha teaches. Gladstone states that exploring Master Sha's life and journey was very profound for him and opened his mind to possibilities he never expected.
Jin-Ji More than 1 year ago
With the background of medical anthropologist, author investigated the case of Master Sha who has been creating many miracle healings around the world. Development of truth searching caught my attention and I read thru quickly simple because I wanted to know his conclusion. After he interviewed with Master Sha, his disciples and stories of healed patients with medical reports, he had no choice but to admit that Master Sha’s miracle healing was real. Because of his background, his word is very convincing to the readers including me. We have a big possibility if we follow teaching of Master Sha, we can create our miracle healing too. I am hoping this book will be translated to Japanese sooner so that our people will receive the benefits of miracle healings. Thank you author.
DmarieDH More than 1 year ago
I started to read this book and could not put it down. William Gladstone says that He wrote this book for skeptic's and that he was no way for or against. By the end of the book he obviously was good friends with all that He met in the writing of this excellent story. He writes in such a charming and gracely way the one cannot help but like the book. So easy to read and full of delightful stories. The heart and the soul of the reader cannot escape the charm. There is also a great deal of information about the life and times of Master Sha and all of his accomplishments. I highly recommend this book to each and everyone. This book would make a great gift for the holidays. Well done Mr. Gladstone and yes I will be looking for your next book.
natashenka More than 1 year ago
This book will change your life. Find out about greatest Master, experience Master Sha’s teaching, change all aspects in your life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Since I began reading this book , I can not put it out of hand. William Gladstone writes in an excellent light-hearted way about his experiences and his journey with Dr. and Master that he once started himself as a skeptic . He opens the reader's heart to the possibilities of the Soul Healings - even when the mind one or the other may not understand , because something like this was simply not known to the general public . But as Albert Einstein once said, " negate wonder is, not to take reality seriously. " In this sense, I recommend to all skeptics and spiritual seekers this book as a successful document of a truly remarkable man, master and healer. In view of the career and the incredible service for humanity remains for me no choice but heartfelt appreciation and the utmost respect.
d_manningRNLAc More than 1 year ago
Dear all, This book about my most beloved Spiritual Teacher, Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha by William Gladstone is a learning experience not only for the writer but for anyone that reads this wonderfully written book. Even though I have studied with Master Sha since 2009, I myself learned so much not only about Master Sha and his journey to becoming the most powerful healer on the planet, but how Master Sha has impacted so many of the students lives on so many levels. Looking at Master Sha through the eyes of a skeptic brought greater understanding of who Dr. and Master Sha is even to myself. This book is very easy to read yet gives great insight to the spiritual journey from many perspectives. I hope many people will get this book and read for themselves how a spiritual teacher, healer and leader becomes exactly that! Thank you William Gladstone for bringing to life this great Master through your eyes so that many can know and experience the love and dedication of Master Sha. I am deeply grateful. Debra Manning
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It is packed full of interesting case studies and actual experiences . It is written in a very easy to read style … I could not put it down. Absolutely fascinating ! Makes a great Christmas present Jan B..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I Just read the first half of this wonderful, uplifting and hopeful book. I have studied under his extraordinary human beings guidance for  the last 5 years, and have had the wonderful opportunity to be present for many of the Soul Healing Miracles that are spoken of it this book.  I chose to read  this new book with the eyes of a newcomer.  The thing that grabs my heart most about this biography is the frank thoroughness of  the authors research, juxtaposed against the authors movement to trust, gratitude and appreciation of this benevolent souls world  healing intentions. I encourage you to approach this book with the same wide open eyes and ears. Paul F.
soulsongsinger More than 1 year ago
Thank you William Gladstone for writing this informative, and heart-touching book about one of the world's greatest healers and teachers. I will enjoy sharing it with my professional friends and those who have a healthy skepticism. The book is solidly written and includes well documented case study information. It's a quick, fascinating read. It's wonderful to see and read this book about a man who travels the world tirelessly serving one and many selflessly. It is very well written and reads more like a novel that holds your interest until the end. Kudos to William Gladstone for bringing Dr. and Master Sha to the world at large.  
DanB1 More than 1 year ago
for skeptics and non-believers Dear reader, don’t miss this great book Miracle Soul Healer written by William Gladstone. You will find that miracles can happen every single day if you can be in the presence of an extraordinary human being and incredible soul healer that is Doctor and Master Sha.  It is about true healing miracles, which do not happen normally; healings of which many could not be solved by western medicine.                                     This is also a great book for skeptics and non-believers; it is an unique opportunity for all to reconsider, change and transform their beliefs. This book Miracle Soul Healer is also a biography of a great individual that is Doctor and Master Sha. Reading this book will help more understand and realize that miracles can happen at any moment with Master Sha – THE MIRACLE SOUL HEALER. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Master Sha's books are remarkable. I can't wait to get this book. I read a few of Master Sha's books and I'm still reading his other books. Reading Master Sha's and being more involved in his teachings has brought more meaning and purpose in my life and spiritual journey. You have to read Master Sha's books, it will change your life forever. Master Sha thank you for blessings and releasing this book to humanity. Thank you for saving my spiritual journey and my life. I am so grateful for your blessings, teachings, and for having you in my life. I cannot thank you enough. TY TY TY. LU LU LU. CBD CBD CBD.
PattyONeil3396815 More than 1 year ago
What a fun Fabulous Read! I began reading this book Dr. and Master Sha Miracle Soul Healer: Exploring a Mystery, on an airplane and was grateful it was a long flight! I could not wait to get my luggage, get home and get back to reading. I could not put it down. William Gladstone has a way with words and an honesty and an ability to really engage the reader. I have been a long time student of Master Sha and still found so much of the information new and exciting. Bill questioned everything about Master Sha and conveyed it to the reader with such a unique quality that those that have not heard of Master Sha or are skeptics themselves will find this book very interesting and hopefully life changing. I found the book funny, charming, thought provoking, intense and inspiring. Because of his writing style I will definitely seek out his other books as well. Thank you William Gladstone for this delightful book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My name is Stasia and I am 85 years young. I have received this book from my daughter who studies with Master Sha since 2007. I would like to say that some of the spiritual books are complex, and I have difficulty to really understand their message. This book however is a good read for all, including people with longer experience in life. The book has an important message, and it is simple. We, who are facing the thoughts of our own transition, more often than younger people, need such information and wisdom presented in simple and interesting language. I keep this book on my night table, close to my bed. It reminds me of Great love that the Divine offers to all souls and of a great Miracle Soul Healer who walks among us now. It is reassuring. Please read it. It will benefit your life and the lives of those around you. Remember your family members and friends who are in need of a positive spiritual message. Stanislawa (Stasia) Plisikiewicz
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dear Mr. William Gladstone: Your book is particularly appropriate for the needs of humanity at this time. I thank you for your great contribution! I purchased the long awaited book by Bill Gladstone “Miracle Soul Healer.” It has been in my hands since August 2014. I started to read it immediately. I read fast, and within a day, I was familiar with the entire contents. Later that week I participated in a spiritual retreat where Mr. Gladstone was invited to speak, and he talked via Skype. I vividly remember that it was the 1st time when I could speak about a book to the author himself and in front of hundreds of other international participants. I expressed how much I admire his writing. The book is a really great read. There are many books about Soul Healing, written beautifully and with deep wisdom, they however appeal mostly (in my opinion) to spiritual seekers. There are millions of people in the world who are experiencing serious health or life troubles, and lack the knowledge as how to change their situations. This book by Bill Gladstone is a great offering to help those who are struggling. Mr. Gladstone earned his scientific credentials from Harvard and Yale, and spiritual understanding from years of close work with the most advanced spiritual teachers alive today. This book is written using scientific methodology and describes the spiritual experience of Soul Healing and its founder as well as from the medical anthropology view. The author’s professional qualifications and experience allows him to speak as an expert in the field of spirituality. I am looking forward to Christmas, as I am intending to offer this book as a present to my friends who hold a PhD in science. I know this book will speak directly to them. I will also offer this book to my friends who are on a spiritual search. I hope that it will be of great value to them. Lastly, it is a true gift of love to all those who are suffering, and brings a message of hope and spiritual wisdom. With love and gratitude, Rev. Malgosia E. Krasuska Ph.D., D.D. Interfaith Minister