Kaleidoscope John S. Bohne

ISBN: 9781456726379

Published: January 27th 2011

Paperback

176 pages


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Kaleidoscope  by  John S. Bohne

Kaleidoscope by John S. Bohne
January 27th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 176 pages | ISBN: 9781456726379 | 3.71 Mb

This is the worlds most unusual book. (No one has ever written anything like it before.) Why is it so unusual? Because it deals with the phantasmo goria of the flux (the Kaleidoscope) (the ghostly procession of change) on the earth plane. Yet only aMoreThis is the worlds most unusual book. (No one has ever written anything like it before.) Why is it so unusual? Because it deals with the phantasmo goria of the flux (the Kaleidoscope) (the ghostly procession of change) on the earth plane. Yet only a born writer and a Christian Yogi can present it in a clear knowledge despite it being full of complexities.

(only 3 such yogis in this world) To capture it in concepts it takes three viewpoints: amazing story poems, strange short stories, and rare Satori Sayings. This is the structure of the book.IT IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO OVERCOME THE PHYSICAL: The earth plane has three plateaus of existence. The book has to transcend them. Body, mind, and spirit. The poems deal with the physical where most people spend their lives. The stories move up to the mental plateau. Where many manage to function for a time. Finally there is the spiritual plateau...where few ever go.

(the churches function on the mental level only) Yoga means union with God. Even most of the yogis fail to get up on the third level of spirit. The Satori Sayings can change lives. They are spiritual wisdom revelations.The author has always wanted to be an angel. In the most part, he has lived accordingly. He receives inspirations down from the Blue.

Satori is spiritual enlightenment. He is a God lover...and a God follower in life. A Yogi. This book is his fourth, and perhaps final one.a special style was needed for this book -- to make the complex simple. Being a newspaperman and editor, was partial to the laconic style of Hemingway..... to gain high suspense, clarity, and powerful delightful reading.)



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