The Gospel of Thomas by Daniel Chesbro & James Erickson

This companion to The Order of the Melchizedek offers profound and inspired insights into the sayings of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel of Thomas and brings their message into today’s world and emerging consciousness. Through a unique combination of artistic renderings and a spiritually inspired interpretation of each of the 114 sayings, this guide offers fresh perspectives into the teachings of Jesus and their relevance. From nLet him who seeks continue seeking until he finds” to nl have cast fire upon the world, and see, I am guarding it until it blazes,” this narrative links the intentions of the original text to modern day prophets such as P.M.H. Atwater and Stephen Hawking and the sparks behind Arab Spring and the Occupy Movement for those searching for divinity in the current moment.
Rev. Daniel Chesbro is an ordained minister in the Order of Melchizedek, a teacher, and a lecturer. He trained at the Andover Newton Theological School and at the Crozer Seminary and received a master’s in theology from Colgate Divinity School. He is a former head of A School for the Prophets and a former host of the television show The Open Door. He lives in Conesus, New York. Rev. James Erickson has the gift of clairsentience and is a psychic and an aura reader as well as a healer. He was ordained into the Order of Melchizedek in 1993. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They are the coauthors of The Order of Melchizedek.

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Dan Chesboro

Published on May 20, 2013

Dan Chesbro was born in Groton, Connecticut on August 22, 1944. His intuitive abilities awakened in childhood with dreams and “feelings” of guidance. As a college student at the University of Connecticut, experiences guided him to pursue a ministerial career. Following seminary training at Andover Newton Theological School, Crozer Seminary, and Colgate Divinity School, Rev. Chesbro became an American Baptists Minister serving congregations in Boston, Philadelphia, and Rochester & Webster, New York. At age 33 he began traveling to spiritual conferences teaching, counseling, lecturing and appearing on radio and television. For several years he hosted a cable television program called, “The Open Door”. His work has taken him all over the United States, to Canada, Europe, India, Tibet and Egypt.

In 1980 he founded a non-denominational church, Sanctuary of the Beloved, and in 1983, established the educational corporation, Visions of Tomorrow, which sponsored conferences at Geneseo State College, New York beginning in the summer of 1985. He re-established the ancient Order of Melchizedek in 1986, which now has about 17,000 men and women of every race and from many religious disciplines. The Order of Melchizedek does not discriminate by race, age, gender, religion, life style, etc., but is an unconditional love response to world service. The main function of the Order is to teach love and to heal in this period of the transformation on earth. Rev. Chesbro has been ordaining individuals at Lake Harriet Spiritual Community every year since the late 1980’s, and was invited to be the pastor.

The Old Testament prophet, Samuel, created the School for the Prophets to further the sacred teachings of Melchizedek. It remained a cornerstone for the education and dissemination of the ancient wisdom for centuries. The Essene community based its creation on the teachings of Melchizedek, the Teacher of Righteousness. Rev. Chesbro has established a School for the Prophets in an effort to provide a foundation for the teachings of Melchizedek in the Age of Aquarius, and to create a body of teachers to offer the world community access to the ancient and present truths. The course is based mostly on the channeled teachings of Edgar Cayce, and is not limited to the Judeo/Christian history or myths.

Dan combines sensitive intuitive abilities with a ministerial background, psychological training, metaphysical knowledge and a wonderful sense of humor to teach, guide and enhance the lives of those he encounters. He encourages other to self love, self confidence, balance and the pursuit of their Higher Spiritual Self. Persons form all backgrounds, professions and walks of life on both sides of the Atlantic and coast to coast have consulted with him. Consultations have included personality; health; economics; personal problems; career; communication with the deceased; and spiritual matters in the past, present, or future. As a minister, Rev. Chesbro has had years of counseling experience in personal, marital, and family areas, and has combined this with an intuitive and psychic sense, helping many people to a better and more satisfying life. http://sanctuaryofthebeloved.com

The Gift of Forgiveness: A Magical Encounter with don Miguel Ruiz by Oliver Clerc

When someone hurts you, you can choose to hold on to anger, resentment and thoughts of revenge — or you can choose to embrace forgiveness and move forward.

Ten years ago, Olivier Clerc went to Teotihuacan, Mexico, to follow a week-long Toltec workshop with Don Miguel Ruiz. During that time he experienced a powerful and life-changing process: The Gift of Forgiveness. In this short but intense book, Clerc now shares with us this unique and simple Toltec tool, which can bring much relief, forgiveness and love into our lives, as it has in his own life and that of the other participants.

Olivier Clerc, born and raised in Geneva, Switzerland, presently lives in Southern Burgundy, France, with his three sons. He works as a writer, translator and editorial consultant, specializing in spirituality, shamanism, health, personal development and human relationships. Olivier has crossed paths with many famous authors and teachers whose books he has translated into French, and with whom he often trained. Among them are Charles Rojzman (founder of Transformation Social Therapy), Marshall Rosenberg (founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication), Don Miguel Ruiz, Deepak Chopra, and many others.

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Importance of forgiving. How to forgive? Why?

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