E-Book for Dance of Heavenly Bliss Now Available

The paperback version of my third book, DANCE OF HEAVENLY BLISS can now be obtained from my publisher, Ozark Mountain Publishing:http://bit.ly/1TeOQEA

The E-Book version is now available from these online bookstores:

Ozark Mountain: http://bit.ly/1SjHmAf
Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/1Tfm46S
Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/20rrdYGDOHB
Amazon.co.uk: http://amzn.to/1SkoOjn
Amazon.ca: http://amzn.to/1Qb2ad2
Chapters Indigo: http://bit.ly/1TglF41
Angus & Robertson: http://bit.ly/1QZ0q3r
Amazon.in: http://amzn.to/1Skp1CY

For more information about this book and my new astral adventures with my spirit guide, click here: http://bit.ly/1WgrUTI

The paperback version will be available in all the popular bookstores in the next couple of months, and I will send updates as soon as they are available.


E-Book for Dance of Heavenly Bliss Now Available — 2 Comments

  1. Congratulations on your third book.
    I am still wrestling with the concept of “one big now “.
    How can any one possibly advance via reincarnation if for example, they were a heinous
    pirate in a former life, a fairly decent person in this one, and a Mother Theresa in a future
    incarnation, if these credits are being at the same time constantly being neutralized by the …err.. old debits?
    A musical analogy of three stages of playing the violin, in 3 different rooms ( at the same time) I can sort of visualize, but it appears to me that if everything that you do is perpetuated at the same time for all eternity, the horrible shameful deeds that have been done
    remain like tentacles slowing the upward advancement.
    If this explanation is in the book, I will buy it, because this juxtaposition is driving me crazy !
    Thank You.

    • Hi Brian,

      Your question is a good one. Albert says that all of our lives happen concurrently, but we experience them sequentially so we can learn from our previous lives as we continue our incarnations. Thus to us, a life we lived in the 15th century happened before a life in the 16th century. This allows us to assess our performance in each life and use the lessons learned in it to help us plan the next life.

      I hope this helps, as it is a difficult concept for humans to understand.

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