on 26 March 2012
I discovered Laura Knight's work a little over two years ago. At the time, I had a very "self help, new age" mindset. That part of me that craved "new age comfort food" was quite disappointed but two years later, that part of me that was searching for real knowledge is still reeling from the insights her work has given me.
Many readers will be familiar with the concept of having certain books or series of books that they want to read again and again for the enjoyment of reading but with the Wave series, not only is there the enjoyment of reading them again and again but you want to read them again because they are so packed with information that very few could absorb and retain that information on a first reading. This series (The Wave) remains available to read free online which is where I first read it. I remember as I was reading the last chapters online how I couldn't wait to finish.... so that I could start over again. The title is a very apt one for what the author's work involves; a sort of debugging of the mind takes place as you read her work as it becomes evident how ignorant popular culture and media has kept us. In a world obsessed with "fast culture" and "fast knowledge" which many of us assume can be bought cheap and fast, I'm afraid to say that real knowledge of value can't be bought this way. It takes a bit more effort than that.
So, in the sound bite culture in which we live, if you, like many, prefer baby food knowledge and information I would suggest you don't read these books but if you really want food for thought, I would say you've come to the right books!
on 7 April 2012
What has led me to Laura Knight-Jadczyk's The Wave series back in 2007 was the word "Zelator" that was posted online and there is now one chapter with that word in this latest book, for the first time in print. That one chapter has stirred my curiosity about ourselves as seekers for the Truth and about the nature of our reality. Reading all of the Wave series, including this one, has changed the way I viewed this current reality and about myself as a human being.
The author has integrated many areas of science (especially the latest research in genetics), cosmology, physics, and mythology into this book, along with her own personal experiences, to bring the readers to understand the Big Picture and to understand our true place in the universe. "Debugging the Universe" is about a hero's journey in real and allegorical senses and it begins with debugging our minds.
This book is highly enjoyable read and most recommended.
on 19 May 2012
Writing years after the last book in her The Wave series, Laura has distilled the knowledge and experience that she gained in those years in this concluding book to point out the esoteric path for the readers. "The Truth shall set you free." That famous saying is known by every esoteric seekers. But what exactly is the Truth? Free from what? And how will it do so? Those are the questions that are answered in the series and especially in this book.
Combining modern research with guidance from the C's, spiritual beings that Laura has been in communication with for the last 18 years, she explains how humans are controlled by imprinting patterns in their own brains and how that is taken advantage of by hyperdimensional beings that do not have human's interests at heart to keep us imprisoned. More importantly, she explains what we can do to take back the control of ourselves. Finally, she explains the role of humans in the larger scheme of God, or the Universe, the daunting question: "What is the meaning of all this?"
Truth is Knowledge, sincerely obtained and applied. It will transform you, and set you on a path into the unknown. It will not be an easy process, but you will not regret it.
on 11 June 2012
The seemingly last one in the Wave series.
It delivers and wraps up on an extremely complex but important topic, emotions.
Laura delivers as usual a wonderful simple and common-sensical text, from both scientific and esoteric perspectives.
I feel rich!