These are the mysteries James Schwartz set out to answer in One Voice, Sacred Wisdom, a groundbreaking exploration of spiritual questions we have all pondered. Using a process called alchemical hypnosis, he has gathered information from clients who were in direct communication with their guides and angels. And from those sessions--about life, death, karma, parallel planes, healing, and why we exist--come new insights that may challenge many of the spiritual beliefs that we have come to accept.
Highlights of One Voice, Sacred Wisdom include:
One Voice, Sacred Wisdom is a must-read guide for anyone searching for answers, whether you walk the path of traditional religion or are an independent seeker of spiritual truths.
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About the Author
James Schwartz is a board certified hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner, and founder of the Rocky Mountain Hypnotherapy Center in Lakewood, Colorado. A graduate of Cal State Dominguez Hills and San Diego State University, Schwartz is a gifted teacher, speaker, writer, and musician. As a result of his extensive work with infertility clients, he wrote The Mind-Body Fertility Connection, a book which was endorsed by leaders in the fields of acupuncture, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and Maya massage. For more information about the author, you can visit the website for the Rocky Mountain Hypnotherapy Center at www.rmhypnotherapy.com.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 What Is the True Nature of the Divine? 31
Chapter 2 What Happens When We Die? 49
Chapter 3 Do Parallel Planes Exist? 59
Chapter 4 Do We Stay Connected to Those Who Are Close to Us? 83
Chapter 5 Are Our Lives Predetermined? 99
Chapter 6 Is There Such a Thing as Karma? 117
Chapter 7 What Is the Nature of Illness and How Do We Heal? 129
Chapter 8 Why Are Humans on This Planet? 149
Chapter 9 Understanding the Concept of Time in the Universe 175
Chapter 10 How to Find Love, Connection, and Inner Peace 213
About the Author 253
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is truly groundbreaking! There have other books that attempt to explore the afterlife or what occurs between incarnations, but what Jim Schwartz has done here is put the question to a wide and diverse range of individuals with some surprising results. What’s especially fascinating is that regardless of each subject’s religious or spiritual beliefs—or lack thereof—the observations shared a great deal of similarity. One would expect a fundamentalist Christian, for example, to present a very different image of the afterlife than a hard-core atheist would, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. Though each subject’s observations may be shaped to a small degree by their preconceived notions or expectations, those cultural variations weren’t enough to take away from the fact that all of his subjects shared similar views, which is something even the most ardent skeptic will have trouble explaining away. I hope other therapists out there will be inspired to try and duplicate Schwartz’ results. If they can, we could be looking at a fresh perspective on the afterlife that could be a potential game changer in the field of metaphysics.