Purple Fables (Quartet) Paperback – 1 Oct 1994
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The fables were received over 4 days by automatic writing and are published almost exactly as received. They might have come from Swann's unconscious mind or, as I believe, from his wider intelligence … but in any case “by their fruits you shall know them” i.e., judge the message not the messenger. The fables are not profound from a moral point of view - they are about the possibility (and the implications) of expanded awareness. Swann knew that (in an environment most people mistakenly believe is materialistic) it's vital – and difficult - to alert people to the wonders of opening-their-eyes (metaphorically not actually).
Many people have written about consciousness e.g., see Russell Targ's (1934-date) light-hearted “ … Memoirs of a Blind Biker” (includes an introduction to remote viewing) and more generally I recommend Targ's "Studies in Consciousness" series of books and Dean Radin's "The Conscious Universe".
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You will find yourself referring back to them for the rest of your life. Small Book. One could rush through them in a morning, but I found each story worth savoring for a few days before I went on. Exceedingly useful for those who are "wild-type" psychics: people who have had spotty experiences with precognition, clarivoyance or the like but don't know how to handle it, or perhaps more pertinent, don't know how to understand the resentment that follows these special people.
Helps one to cope with and put into perspective the abilities that we all have, when they surface in our lives. Thank you Ingo. Your work will live long in our hearts.