You are here for a reason, and everything you need to accomplish
your purpose and reason for being is already within you. All you have
to do is remember. In order to help you do this, the Beings of Light
from the Realms of Illumined Truth have come through the veil
to meet you halfway.
The amazing Truths that these selfless messengers of God
have given to Humanity are contained in this powerful book.
They are life transforming, and will awaken within you the remembrance
of who you are and why you are on Earth during this
The Divine Intent of this book is to share this priceless information
with you. It will also teach you how to go within to the Divinity
of your own Heart Flame where you will directly access this
Sacred Knowledge from the Realms of Truth for yourself.
Contained within these sacred Truths are incomparable
tools and viable solutions that will help you heal the maladies
that are surfacing in both your individual life, and in the collective
lives of the Family of Humanity.
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The Wave of Love the Movie is a gift to help humanity in our ascension process,
the process of Being Love.
Simply by viewing the movie and its symbolic representation of creation,
activation and ascension through Sacred Symbols, we become conscious.
As more and more people awaken, we have the potential to make the Great Shift
toward 2012 a loving and peaceful golden cycle.
Foundational Principle for this Conversation: An intention to experience all there is: physical, emotional, and whatever else can be experienced as an expression of life at its most essential and expansive.
Definition: Spiritual – Related to the divine.
STUDENT: I believe in the idea of something being spiritual or divinely inspired, but I wouldn’t even know where to begin in talking about it.
LEWIS: As we integrate our vision for our life with our daily actions and our wants with our essential needs there is a realization that takes place. I call this a spiritual realization.
Review by Alan Steinfeld
I interview a lot of people. And usually they are all throwing their books at me to read.
So I have a pile of books sitting in my living room…and uh well…everywhere else;
ones I want to read and ones I will never read.
So when my friend Jan said you must read this one, I said: “Yeah right.”
Then just to make her happy I peeked inside. I was only going to read the first few pages…but I was sucked in…into the world of Lew and Philip Smith and their struggle to be themselves. One of the things that captured me the most – was the opening note:
“At night my spirit guides take me up to visit laboratories on other planets and in other dimensions. Lately I’ve been spending a lot of time on the seventh plane, the eleventh plane and the twelfth plane” – Lew Smith, 1970
This is the kind of stuff I love. It reaffirms the purpose of this website; the unfolding of new realities. The book is a page-turner from beginning to end. The only thing that I wish there was more of – is this kind of “other” dimensionality that is so inspiring.
But this is a memoir, although not the typical father and son bonding story - although it is that. It is an extraordinary account of one of the most remarkable healers of our time. Lew Smith goes from successful interior decorator in Miami in the 1960s catering to a clientele of heads of state and celebrities - to healer, psychic, intuitive, clairvoyant and inter-dimensional witness on the likes of Edgar Cayce or Jane Roberts.
Lew was way ahead of his time (and his family) and a culture which didn’t understand energy medicine and the power of consciousness. He could heal most people instantly by scanning their body and sending energy to the right organs. This was not the sort of thing the adolescent Philip wanted to be around. It left a longing on the part of the writer for a normal reality. A lot of the book is taken up with the son’s desire to come to terms with the weird, wacky, wonderful, world he was thrusted into because of his father’s awakening to the higher levels.
Throughout the book we get glimpses of Lew’s remarkable talent, as well as a lot of Philip’s kvetching: ‘C’mon Dad, do you have to heal everyone?’ Philip longs for a stable reality, but what he doesn’t understand is that his beautifully gifted father is giving him the essence of what reality is really about. While Philip pined for a security in the thin slice of the world tmost people call ordinary, Lew was soaring to peaks that would make the best of today’s mediums envious (well, if they had an ego.)
Part of the story is about the trauma Philip suffers when he and his mother are confronted by other worldly experiences. They don’t fit into our conditioned respectable notion of reality. This is what is coming in the shift of consciousness we are now witnessing. But for those in the 1960s reality was not even something discussed, it was assumed. And even today reality is more solid than the ground our under feet. The earth and sky can shake and move, but when the fabric of consciousness bends we are faced with an awful instability that is more unsettling than a shift in the exterior world. This is what new realities is all about; the ability to think differently; to open new parts of our mind and bring a new world into being.
What comes through the writing is that poor young Philip suffers from what the great psychologist RD Laing called “the politics of experience”. Laing says: “we are taught that if a person has so-called "strange" experiences, and endeavors to communicate these experiences, he is looked at in a very odd way…People feel distinctly uncomfortable when they realize they are in the presence of someone who is experiencing the world in a rather different way… We feel threatened by that, because we are not secure in ourselves. A very secure person can adapt himself with amazing speed to different kinds of communication….[in] society which feels that it ought to maintain a certain average kind of normal experience.”
A Turkish proverb I like says: “He who sleeps on the floor cannot fall out of bed.”
Lew broke out of the box and his son wrapped the box around himself. Although this writing, seems to have turned on some lights. After Lew’s departure Philip collected all his meticulous kept notes and wrote this memoir. Philip became an artist and his works are in museums and private collections. But we hope the next book will go deeper into the good stuff, like Lew’s sophisticated geometries of 10th and 11th dimensionality and his remedies for a whole assortment of illnesses.
Another major thing about this book is that you feel, in the psychic sense, while reading, Lew’s looming presence. In every tale about Lew, you sense his energy, compassion and love for humanity coming through the words.
Lew Smith was a living master most of us missed, except for the hundreds, or maybe thousands of people he was able to help and change their lives. His time has come and we have created a world thirsty for the knowledge of this bold explorer who marched off into the unknown and made a world of difference.
Thank you Philip for introducing us to your beautifully gifted father. But - c’mon let's get the real stuff, about outer and inner space. We are waiting for the return of Lew Smith in his true acknowledged glory and his unique spiritual perspective. This is a beginning but not the end. The world needs Lew and the spectacular sophisticated advances he made in health, healing, diagnosis, dimensional travel and expanded consciousness.
Walking Through Walls by Philip Smith
The interview I did with Philip Smith is on youtube:
For more about Philip and Lew Smith go to:
Release Date: 12 June 2009
Cast: Michael Pollan, Eric Schlosser
Director: Robert Kenner
Writer: Robert Kenner
Studio: Magnolia Pictures
An unflattering look inside America's corporate controlled food industry.
Thanks - Alan Steinfeld, founder of NR
How To Hear The Voice Of God
Today, more than ever, a sense of inner knowing is essential. Making wise decisions with confidence is increasingly vital to happi- ness, health, even survival. Yet many are at a loss when confronted with difficult choices. That is why having an inner counselor, on whom we can rely, can bring peace and solace.
In this world of confusion, how can we dis- cover the right path? The spiritual self-book How to Hear the Voice of God provides some answers. For the "still small voice" within can lead us safely through the wilderness.
Deep within every soul is a wise sage, the source of wisdom. Hidden like a treasure buried at the bottom of the sea, it can only be used when brought to the surface. This book is a journey into the depths to reclaim the "pearl of great price"-the higher self or God within. This book provides an opportunity to meet and consciously communicate with that inner guru.
A special CD bound into the book helps readers open to the inner voice through a powerful, field-proven guided meditation that tens of thousands have used to successfully develop their intuition in a practical way.
Through this inspiring book, readers will learn:
• How to meditate and to experience the divine presence directly.
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With How to Hear the Voice of God, readers can open the pipeline to Spirit and begin the flow of divine guidance, love, healing, wisdom, and inspiration from the center of being within.
Susan Shumsky, D.D. is a foremost spiritu- ality expert, pioneer in personal develop- ment, highly-acclaimed and respected pro- fessional speaker, New Thought minister, and award-winning author. She now travels extensively, facilitating workshops, spiritual retreats, and tours to sacred destinations throughout the world.
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Consisting of seventy-five brief but powerful phrases, they give us a new Tao Jing (Tao Classic) for the twenty- first century. Every line carries pro- found secrets and powerful tech- niques to transform our lives. Every line is miraculous and profound.
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Review by Alan S. Haas "Author "The Interconnected...
Demystifying Meaningful Coincidences (Synchronicities): The Evolving Self, the Personal Unconscious, and the Creative Process.
This book represents one of the best explications currently available on the problem of "synchronicity." I am qualified to say this because I am doing my own scientific research projects on the subject and I know the existing literature well enough that I am confident to say very few other authors have put forward a viable psychoanalytically based model. The first part of this book is about the best explanation and definition of the issues surrounding synchronicity that one will find. Williams clarifies the distinctions between Freud's deterministic views on these types of "coincidences" and Jung's occult/numinous interpretations. He pinpoints that there must be a flaw with Jung's "acausal" model if the synchronistic events have meaning in the context of personal growth and development. He begins where others have left off at the purely psychopathological level (i.e. regressive theories) and adds an important piece to the puzzle by interpreting the synchronicities as attempts to make new connections to construct a solid reality of the world from a fragmented "self."
The second part of the book is basically a journal or diary and contains some perhaps extraneous personal anecdotes that were a little too detailed for my own tastes. But then again, it is not uncommon to present a personal story to show how one developed a new belief or view of the world. It is also important to note that William's argument is more convincing because he admits he began with a less rational view of the world and eventually, through hard experience and knowledge, grew to become confident about a fully rational psychodynamic approach.
The third part of the book is a summary of the formulated theory, and the fourth part discusses some therapeutic applications. I am currently fully "digesting" this material and will be referencing Williams in my own research next year, because I also strongly believe in this type of a fully rational scientific approach to Jung's concept. In my opinion, there are too many other books out there right now invoking "spooky action at a distance" quantum mechanical mechanisms etc. (an issue that Williams skillfully avoids but has properly identified as the "parapsychological" approach to synchronicity). I fully agree with Williams that the real mechanisms are most likely to be based on aspects of an individual's subjective experience and personal growth, whatever that ultimately means. Whatever the case and whatever relatively minor issues there might be with this book, I believe it represents a rather important piece of progress in the ongoing struggle to understand synchronicity.
Yes, this book is a breakthrough in looking at synchronicities systematically and rationally and . . . .
See I have to keep reading, but I am finding the book very interesting and am enjoying it very much.
Most interesting to me is the value of synchronicities in the creative process, and finding ones way to a goal or destination with the aid of these until now, seemingly unexplainable experiences.
I, without actually knowing it, have been waiting for a book that looks at these very real and significant synchronicities and coincidences we all experience, as something other than a spiritual message from outside our own consciousness and thinking.
1) Ground Hog's Day - this qualifies as the favorite film for a whole bunch of different spiritual and religious organizations including, Christinas, Jews and Buddhist. For me its the idea of the eternal return; until we achieve mastery in the earthly dimension. Then we get off the wheel of reincarnation and go onto a new day.
2) Citizen Kane (Orson Wells) - Structurally one of the most innovative projects Hollywood has ever undertaken. A young and brillaint Orson Wells stars and directs this clasic American drama of small town boy with big dreams. Even though Wells was semi portaying the life of William Randolf Hearst, it also became an ironic comment on his on rise success and fall in the eyes of the public.
3) Andre Rublev (Russian epic) - This long epic of an icon painter is seen against some historic turning points in the mother Russia's history, including the raid of the Huns. After 205 minutesyou are so immersed in Rublev's life you feel you have lived it.
4) Rashamon (Japanese)
5) Three Women (Altman)
6) The Shinning (Kubrick)
7) 2001 Space Odyssey (Kubrick)
8) Clockwork Orange (Kubrick)
9) The Long Good-Bye (Altman)
10) Thelma and Louise
11) What the Bleep
12) Masculine/ Feminine (Goddard)
13) Marat/Sade (Peter Brooks)
14) El Topo
15) Psycho (Hichcock)
16) Rebecca Hitchcock)
17) Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (Peckinpah)
18) Woodstock (documentary)
19) The Harder They Come ( Regae with Jimmy Cliff)
20) The Wizard of Oz
21) ET (Spielberg)
22) Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Spielberg)
I'm excited to share a piece I read tonight in The Heart's Code, by Paul
Pearsall. He's "...a psychoneuroimmunologist, a licensed psychologist who
studies the relationship between the brain, immune system, and our
experiences of the outside world." He has recorded the reports of heart
transplant and organ transplant patients and their families, and interviewed
families of organ donors, and is sharing his findings from "amazing stories
that seemed to indicate that some type of cellular memory exists and that
the heart played a major role in the recovery of those memories."
This is a piece that I found particularly interesting and touching:
"THE HEART THAT FOUND IT'S BODY'S KILLER
I recently spoke to an international group of psychologists, psychiatrists,
and social workers meeting in Houston., Texas. I spoke to them about my
ideas about the central tole of the heart in our psychological and spiritual
life, and following my presentation, a psychiatrist came to the microphone
during the question and answer session to ask me about the one of her
patients whose experience seemed to substantiate my ideas about cellular
memories and a thinking heart. The case disturbed her so much that she
struggled to speak through her tears.
Sobbing to the point that the audience and I had difficulty understanding
her, she said, " I have a patient, an eight-year-old little girl who
received the heart of a murdered ten-year-old girl. Her mother brought her
to me when she started screaming at night about her dreams of the man who
had murdered her donor. She said her daughter knew who it was. After several
sessions, I just could not deny the reality of what this child was telling
me. Her mother and I finally decided to call the police and, using the
descriptions from the little girl, they found the murderer. He as easily
convicted with the evidence my patient provided. The time, the weapon, the
place, the clothes he wore, what the little girl he killed had said to
him...everything the little heart transplant recipient reported was
I'm finding that reading this book is so easy. I'm typically a slow reader,
but notice that I'm reading as if sitting listening to the author. Feeling a
flow is happening.
with love and appreciation,