Take an amazing trip around the world with psychic Chuck Coburn as he examines the paranormal universe and shows you how to develop your own natural psychic abilities in Reality is Just an Illusion.
With down-to-earth humor, Coburn melds amazing true stories of his personal journey, while teaching important metaphysical laws. More importantly, he shows how you can make use of your psychic talents to improve your life. For example, you'll learn:
·The three-step process for manifesting your desires
·How to overcome the obstacles of fear and limitation
·The means to open the lines of communication between you and your spirit guides
·The way to stop repeating undesired behavior patterns
Chuck Coburn wasn't always a professional psychic: "At one time, I was a charter member among genuine skepticsa building contractor, for heaven's sake. I was a logical, left-brain-reasoning human being who depended strictly on his five senses to define a world view.
"I was enjoying dinner in a posh San Francisco restaurant with new friends . . . All of a sudden, while finishing my meal, I knew that a woman across the room . . . was about to leap to her feet and desperately gasp for air. She would then stop breathing and fall to the floor, unconscious.
"When it happened moments later, it scared the you-know-what out of me."
"Confusion and stark terror coursed through my body immediately following this bizarre and scary incident. How did I know what was about to happen before it occurred?"
This is just one of the many stories you'll discover in Reality is Just an Illusion. From searching for shamans in Ecuador to learning about healings and hauntings, you're going to find this one of the most exhilarating and enlightening books ever.
|Publisher:||Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||6.04(w) x 9.01(h) x 0.71(d)|
About the Author
In 1988, Chuck Coburn (California) walked away from his $8-million-a-year construction business to devote his life to spiritual and metaphysical pursuits. For 20 years he has been a professional psychic, lecturer, and teacher and has hosted his own television show. He has worked successfully with police agencies to locate missing persons, the FAA to pinpoint downed aircraft, and has taken part in classified parapsychology research at John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, California. He is also the author of Funny You Should Say That