Self Enquiry: On Being You. A Journey into Truth by Michael Vincent (Author)

In stripping away the flowery language, the sugar coating so to speak, the author is aware that he is presenting Self Enquiry as the challenging Practice it is designed to be, directly, “in the raw”. But then this will take you to an important question: Who or what is being challenged? What is it within you that creates this resistance, doubt and fear? This is your first opportunity to go to the source, to step back from this anxiety and concern and see it for what it is: the many-layered mind with all its attachments continuing its game-playing in an effort to remain in control. In being prepared to swallow what seems to be a bitter pill you are taken directly to what matters: the path to Truth.

Michael Vincent lives in Bridgwater, Somerset with his daughter Jennifer, where he pursues a combined programme of creative activity and meditation taught to others through retreats and Satsang.

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In the Oneness of Time: The Education of a Diviner by William Douglas Horden (Author)

In the Oneness of Time is an inspiring true story that draws the imagination into its own magical source, where things become possible, and possibilities become things. It grips the reader like a Castanada/Don Juan tale—for real.

Throughout history and in all cultures, authentic diviners have been connecting their communities with real things unavailable to the physical senses and surface mind. Water for wells, healings, on-target meanings for events, wisdom to guide actions, unusual insights of many kinds—the intuitive perception of diviners makes them available.

Horden, a gifted contemporary diviner, masterfully unfolds this page-turner of how he discovered this mode of intuitive perception and was trained to develop and use it by a series of highly skilled teachers—a spectrum of extraordinary individuals ranging from a sophisticated I Ching master to Tarahumara shamans in Mexico’s Copper Canyon—and a series of down-to-earth-life events and compelling “in-between world” experiences.

William Douglas Horden is a master diviner who works with the I Ching and pre-Hispanic MesoAmerican sacred tools, having studied extensively with Khigh Alx Dhiegh and with Tarahumara shamans in Mexico’s Copper Canyon. He is the co-author The Toltec I Ching, author of numerous books and articles on divination and spirituality, a regular blogger for The Huffington Post and other online publications, and has been a guest on a variety of radio programs. He lives part of the year in Roseburg, Oregon, part of the year in Coatepec, Mexico, and spends part of the year traveling.

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In The Oneness Of Time: The Education Of A Diviner

Published on Oct 27, 2015

“In The Oneness Of Time: The Education Of A Diviner” is a spiritual autobiography released by Larson Publications in November, 2015. This video includes readings from six chapters of the book.

Written by William Douglas Horden, co-creator of “The Toltec I Ching”, it recounts the numerous teachings he received at the hands of his teachers and the spirit of nature. He was initiated into the Sudden Enlightenment School in 1971 and into the Tarahumara shamanic tradition in 1979. He has a dozen published works, most on the subjects of divination and self-realization. A full list can be found on his website: http://www.williamdouglashorden.com.

“This intimate account of one man’s extraordinary
journey to become a diviner kept me turning the pages,
excited to see what new gem would be revealed of the
magic within and without. William’s open-hearted com-
munion brings us back to the invisible thread of mystery
that connects us all. Highly recommended. —HeatherAsh Amara, author, Warrior Goddess Training

“In The Oneness Of Time” can be purchased from all major sellers or directly from Larson Publications: https://www.larsonpublications.com/bo…

All material copyrighted 2015 William Douglas Horden

The Innocence and Spontaneity of Not-Knowing.

Question and Answer Session with Francis Lucille from SAND16

Francis doesn’t deliver a pre-planned presentation. He speaks instead in the spirit of the moment, answering questions from the audience from the innocence and spontaneity of not-knowing.

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