Reincarnation: The View from Eternity
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Title: Reincarnation: The View from Eternity
Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc
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The Universe is a continuum of intelligent consciousness, and we are inseparable from it. The only boundaries are artificial, placed there by people who fail to grasp the wholeness of it all. For any person to continue living, bound by a focused, narrow belief system, is a tragedy of great proportion. It is time to exercise our intellectual muscles for a change and take responsibility for our lives.
It is only through knowledge that humankind can assume control of its destiny and cease to wander aimlessly, and sometimes with malice, through life. Adopting a philosophy which includes a metaphysical approach to the Universe will enable us to rise up, becoming the benevolent and loving seekers of wisdom that we are intended to be. We must keep in mind that the entire purpose of individuated human consciousness is to attain wisdom. To the degree that goal is achieved, each of us can contribute to the wisdom of the Universe.
Covered in this book:
* The Universe as a Sentient and Spiritual Being
* The Multidimensional Spirit
* The Nature of Mattergy
* A New View of Evolution
* Multiple Incarnations
* Spirit of Man, Plants and Animals and their Connections to the Universe
* Parallel Pulse Dimensions
A medical doctor of over 40 years explores the nature of reincarnation and man’s role in the universe.About the Author:
O.T. Bonnett is a retired physician, a published author, and a sculptor. He was born in 1925 in Salina, Kansas and grew up in Kansas, Wyoming and Illinois. He graduated from University of Illinois College of Medicine in 1948. After his internship and two years of general surgery residency, he was activated into the navy during the Korean war, serving for two years. The first eighteen months he was attached to the Second Marine Division at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, and the last six months he was in charge of a thirty be surgical ward at the U.S. Naval hospital there.
Following military service, he entered general practice in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. He practiced eighteen years as a solo practitioner, delivering babies, performing major surgery, and all the things associated with being a general practitioner. In the fall of 1970, he joined The Bellaire Medical Group, an HMO based in the coal fields of West Virginia and Ohio where he served as Chief of the Department of Adult Medicine. In 1987 he left active practice and assumed a position as Medical Director of Miners Colfax Hospital in Raton, New Mexico. He retired after five years and began writing books.
In the fall of 1987 while exhibiting his sculpture at an art show in Denver, he met Greg Satre who had a pottery booth next to him. He says their meeting was one of the most significant events of his life, ranking with his birth, graduating from medical school, and meeting his spirit guide, Pan.
Throughout his entire life, he has been interested in philosophy and metaphysics. As a boy, he read Emerson and Lao Tse. Many metaphysical principles were incorporated into his practice. Some fifty years ago, through the use of hypnosis, he learned that we all experience multiple incarnations. This knowledge, coupled with metaphysical principles, was helpful in the recovery of many patient’s illnesses and injuries.
Dr. Bonnett published two scientific articles: Effects of Positive Suggestion on Surgical Patients and The Treatment and Prevention of Acute Dysionic Myocardial Necrosis. In addition, he is the author of two published books: Confessions of a Healer and Why Healing Happens.
The first forty-five years of his life he was deeply involved with the Presbyterian church. He attended Sunday school and church regularly and was an elder for many years. Various experiences led him to adopt a different stance in life.
He and his wife, Hazel, live in Raton, New Mexico with their two cats, Barney and Zoro. Their home is as ancient 125 year old dwelling which they remodeled and redecorated, doing much of the work themselves. He enjoys the solitude and the wide expanse of the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains where bear and deer are not infrequent visitors to his yard not to mention the many species of birds that come to his feeders.
Greg Satre was born in San Bernadino, California, in 1943. His father was lost in WWII, after which he lived in Colorado, Alaska, and Canada, where he spent several years on a wilderness ranch. In the years between the ages of three and nine, he was subjected to several near-death experiences which dramatically expanded his natural psychic talents and developed an ability to see the primary energy fields of biological life.
Greg returned to California in 1960 to live with his grandparents while completing high school. This circumstance was especially fortuitous, as his grandmother was able to guide him in organizing his burgeoning perceptual talents, drawing on a discretely held ancestral history of clairvoyant abilities. After high school, he pursued a formal education at San Diego State University for several years, with extensive studies in literature, philosophy, psychology, and art. The university resources also facilitated a personal endeavor to research the accumulated history of human mystical experien
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