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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful
Changing Time Zones Without Jet Lag 4 Jun 2005
By Kelly Ivie - Published on
"I am not preparing you to be spiritual people," Ramtha says at one point in this volume. "I am preparing you to be Gods -- there is a difference."

My, oh my, is there ever. That a transcended being would have the skill to attempt to do that is certainly a thing worth contemplating. But that he would even bother trying, is quite another. In Ramtha's process of preparing us as Gods, the becoming "spiritual" naturally takes care of itself.... and quite undogmatically. It seems to go with the territory -- as an after-effect. Shifting one's priority of focus tends to shake loose the kinks in the chain-link of one's existence.

Here, Ramtha expounds on the term "dissolutionment" (not to be confused with the word disillusionment). Dissolution is the process of dissolving, or metamorphosis. What is being

dissolved is not one's body, or mind, or free will, but the ways and manners of thinking that keep us enchained to outworn emotions, old habitual ways of approaching our life that deserve to be shed, discarded, updated -- transformed.

He examines what we might expect to experience during such a transformation -- how it affects the physical body, how it affects the emotions. It is like being in limbo, midway between your former reality and your upcoming one. The way we get to that new state, he says, "is to dream it without any connection to the former reality."

Explaining the process of manifesting out of nothing, he first dispels some misperceptions. Manifesting shifts events on the timeflow that we perceive ourselves to be on. "That is why it is so hard to describe time to you," he says, "because, you see, time is based upon the moment.... When the dream is dreamed righteously, it changes the past and the future."

That is why the students of this book and his teachings, ultimately, manipulate time..... for themselves.... for us all.

In this splendid softcover volume, Ramtha demonstrates why he is an Enlightened One. You may feel compelled to re-read this luminous text or memorize a few of the parts you spontaneously yellow-highlighted along the way.... until his suggestions become second nature.

Students who have left this physical plane have by no means finished learning from him. He has helped them "move into the void." "That is sublime," he says. "You cannot comprehend altogether that which is termed infinity....But...they all got to experience it.... got to go back to Point Zero, something that one day I will look forward to doing with you as well."

That prospect adds new anticipation to the so-called "quantum leap." ...And inspires thoughts of making such a journey without first surrendering the physical body.

Makes the "Great Work," as Ramtha terms it, indeed seem eminently worth the effort.
51 of 53 people found the following review helpful
How We Are Being in the Present Changes the Past and Future 29 May 2005
By Barbara L. Chariot - Published on
This is a book just short of 100 pages based on a partial transcription of a Ramtha Dialogues audio tape from an event in Yelm, Washington in 1996. The information is rich with insights into several aspects of reality that are rarely addressed and from a perspective outside our current awareness. First we get a view from the "other side" as Ramtha talks of students who have "passed this plane" and describes their experience. He then goes on to tell the students what he wants for them: not to be a religious person, a martyr, ascetic, missionary or to live in rags but to live richly, beautifully, and powerfully. He says it is an endeavor to transform the student into what's already there.

By using the principle of the Observer in Quantum Physics, Ramtha says that, as observers, we are responsible for our reality and that it is an unlimited vista.

Ramtha gives a clear, concise and lengthy teaching on human personal evolution comparing it to the caterpillar changing into the butterfly and how we go through the same process to evolve. How we are being in the present changes the past and the future. I found this to be absolutely thought provoking and inspirational in regards to having the power and understanding to change into a desired experience. Much to contemplate. There is also a glossary of terms and several diagrams of the body and it's components that relate to the mechanism of change.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
A Profound Fireside Chat 23 Mar 2007
By Belinda Dawson - Published on
This is one of the 'Fireside Series Collection', which is a library of teachings compiled from various selections of Ramtha's teachings to students in his school.

This may seem like a small volume, but it is so filled with information, guaranteed to have you contemplating and interacting, for a long long time. One of the subjects that Ramtha addresses in this 'little' book, that left me with much to contemplate, is manifestation.... how to manipulate reality and evolve it. Whether it be manifesting a material something that we want in our reality; changing an attitude; or healing our body of illness; what is it that prevents our manifestation from unfolding, or why does it take longer that we expect for it to unfold into our reality? I found the teachings on this topic very helpful and illuminating.

" In order to have anything, you must melt away the former, and we do that by thinking only of what we wish to be and no longer what we were. And that must be a continuous constant".

"People, places, things, times and events, they are all key to the program of the past. When we create new without any of the above, we are liberating the energy from the past and re-forming it into the new. As long as it is attached to people, places, things, times and events, it will never be liberated. It will always carry the virus of attitude".

Ramtha teaches in depth on this subject, using easy to relate to examples that help us understand our own human pitfalls and stumbling blocks that we have allowed to get in our way. In unique Ramtha style, he packs a huge amount of information into a very few pages. For me it opened a door, leaving me excited and inspired to contemplate and move forward with change. Although you are reading, you cannot help but participate as if you were there in his audience, (and perhaps you really are).

Included in this Fireside Series is an expansive illustrated glossary where you can learn about the seven levels of consciousness and energy in your body; the brain; the Observer effect and the nerve cell; cellular biology etc., so that if you are unfamiliar with Ramtha's teachings or this knowledge, you can still learn and benefit greatly from the information in this book by using the glossary as you go.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
A great little Ramtha book. 7 Feb 2007
By S. Engels - Published on
If you have read the White Book or anything by Ramtha, you can see that some concepts are brought up again and again (in different helpful ways, but still...) This little book has new concepts and, by the way, a direct intersection with Seth's teachings: While we are manifesting our future, our past is actually re-written. This helps explain why "living in the NOW" should be your only focus - but you won't have to bear hearing it in that recently over-done cliche. Ramtha actually explains the concept, instead of using it as a mantra. I would have to say that this book makes many concepts make sense. I now think of time as being in a bow-tie shape. The knot represents the NOW and the past and present both fan out into the many possibilities. This book is well worth the time and money to get this knowledge into your head, with Ramtha explaining it MUCH better than many others.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Interesting on a metaphysical level, but.... 3 Mar 2010
By LarsK - Published on
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When I purchased this book I was not sure what to expect, but in regards of the subject of the book it satisfied me when it comes to the metaphysical, or put in other terms, quantum physics in connection with consciousness. What hits me, as with many other New Age masters books, is the absence of teachings and emphasis on the importance of ego release/death, which is a prerequisite and most important for operating fully on these "levels". But off course, if you would like to keep people dependent in an esoteric show you avoid doing that.
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