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This book is about the life, times and psychic or spiritual gifts of Ammie Ray Elkins. But within its covers are lessons on astral projection or out-of-body experiences, channeling, hypnosis, past-life regressions, far memory, physical, emotional and spiritual healing, and insight into how to develop most of the psychic or spiritual gifts.
Whether you are advanced or a beginner, there's sure to be a world of knowledge within it to learn. Or if you prefer, The Psychic Light can bring you a greater understanding of what we call psychic or spiritual gifts, or simply the knowledge of the soul.
Ammie Ray Elkins was a very gifted man, whose knowledge and abilities surpass that of most others, for in him shone the stars and galaxies and universes -- what he called "the psychic light before the dawn" -- the dawn of this knowledge within mankind.
His book is given to teach you to know this light within.From the Author:
1947 must have been a good year for visions, for it was then that I caught my first glimpse of Ray Elkins, not the Ammie that he was then, but the Ray I met again in 1970. The vision was persistent, leaving me with the continued feeling of Ray's constant presence, his hand on my shoulder, guiding me through the years....
Friends have often asked, 'How can you spend nine years of your life studying one man?' The answer is, of course, that I have not studied Ray, I have studied with him. Psychics share a loneliness, a longing to find a mind which works like their own. They also share an insatiable curiosity which leads them on their search for what makes them tick, gathering data, analyzing, putting it in a test tube, seeking to duplicate results, submitting them to statistical tests.
This book could not have come about had Ray not generously opened his mind to me. I have shared his thoughts, his memories, his dreams, his emotions.
From this perspective, then, what is this person who many look upon as a holy man? First of all, he is a man, with all the qualities, the virtues and failings, which make a trained and developed mind. Above all, Ray is a dreamer who puts forth the time and effort to make his dreams come true.
Many of those closest to Ray seem least able to understand his abilities. If he is lied to, he is aware of it, through he will seldom challenge the liar. If he is taken advantage of, it is with his full knowledge nd permission. It is not his way to force another into a given path. Rather, he will give them enough rope to either pull themselves out, or hang themselves, all in their own time.
Perhaps he is only fully understood by the very old or the very young, like the aged woman who looked at him through dimmed eyes and said, "I hope they don't kill you this time,"or the tiny child who pulled herself up by the arm of his chair, reached out to grasp the ankh he wore, and said, "Ray, love."
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Book Description Association of Universal Philosophy, Inc., 1979. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1893964027