The Book of Recognition
The Angels of Recognition and Marcia Brennan, Ph.D.
The Day Your Heart Broke In Your Eyes: The Book of Recognition is an angelically channeled text that is both eye opening and heart opening. Featuring twelve chapters organized in ascending order, the book begins with the autobiographical base of the author's descriptive memoir and moves up progressively through channels of creativity, power, visualization, personal and telepathic communication, spirit connection, and angelic communion. Filled with concretely beautiful imagery, the book contains a compelling range of metaphysical meditations that appear like reflections on the mirror of the page. The phonetic tonal qualities of the words are "brain massaging," as language moves back and forth, left and right, to open up the pathways between the heart, the eyes, the mind, and the spirit. With each reading and re-reading, the book conveys a range of creative possibilities that open wide the resonant connections not only between the heart and the eyes, but between creation and recognition.
As the Angels of Recognition say about this channeled text, "This book is a place that you will want to enter, and that will want to enter into you. The text is a sanctuary, a portable garden that you can carry throughout your daily life. This book is many books, and many gardens, all in one. It is a garden of thought, a garden of words, a garden of ideas and ideals that come from the sky-a portable garden of the soul."
"Marcia Brennan's book is not a book at all. It's a way, a path to exquisite beauty. It's a heartsong, a trick, a portal, a transport elsewhere. It's an entrance to the flip side, an opening to the truth of transience and impermanence on the beating wings of light we call time. It is a book of knowing, a connection to angelic wisdom and celestial intelligence. How I love this book!" David Carson, author of Crossing into Medicine Country
"Marcia Brennan reaches deep inside of herself to share her deepest truths and learnings. Through observation of metaphorical insights, the reader is welcomed into a plane of neutrality--a Gestalt. This stance extols our spiritual relationship with ourselves, while providing a sense of well-being that aligns the individual with hope, wisdom, and grace." Pat McKenna, nationally renowned psychic medium
"I have been writing about closeted mystics in the academy for years now. For the last ten, grinning somewhere behind these words, has been Marcia Brennan: dear friend, art historian, and fellow traveler, who was initiated by a golden eagle's stare in the Sonoran Desert, who knew everything as conscious Light, and who now writes of mysteries through things like shower heads and flowers. Her message here is stunning: the ultimate artistic medium is not the canvas, the paper, or the stone, but Consciousness itself." Jeffrey J. Kripal, author of Mutants and Mystics: Science, Superhero Comics, and the Paranormal