Thursday, February 28, 2013

Jim's Life: Kindle Book of the Day

When Jim's soul transfers into the body of a 15-year-old boy, he begins to develop the power to heal. But a murder trial and the sensationalization of his abilities come together to make this new life even more chaotic than the last one. Funny, suspenseful, and heartfelt, this is a novel that will really stick with you. Check it out today!

Name: Jim's Life
Rating: 4.7 stars over 11 reviews
Price: 2.99
Description: A teenage boy on trial can see and heal the human light fields, becoming a miracle healer while the world argues over his case. Sequel to The Little Universe.

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Jim experiences a soul transfer with the body of a 15 year old boy who died in an accident while running from a crime. Jim is revived in the hospital with amnesia and brain damage that affects his pineal gland and vision processing. Too much DMT (Dimethyltriptamine) is produced, a naturally occurring neuro-chemical that causes dreams and hallucinations. His vision is permanently altered so that he can see the light force within people, chakras and auras, as well as his own luminosities. In time he learns to work with these lights and becomes a miracle healer, drawing comparisons to a messiah. All the while he's on trial for a crime he didn't commit.

As his case becomes a source of global interest, two things become clear; a brutal rape occurred and he can now heal others by touch. As the environment reaches a frenzy, everyone wants a part of Jim. Nurses want to sleep with him, endorsements come from every angle, skeptics come to debunk him, patients need his healing touch, and still others want to train him to become the leader he was destined to be.

A story of spirituality, the courts of justice and the power of love.

Reviews: "Okay, so I loved 'The Little Universe' and really thought it couldn't be topped, but Jason Matthews has managed to do it with 'Jim's Life.' Though a continuation of the first book, it would make a good stand alone read. Set aside your busy-ness because you won't want to put this one down. I'd describe it as enlightenment-meets-materialism, with humor and an open heart."

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Sunday, February 10, 2013

The Little Universe: Kindle Book of the Day

The Little Universe is a technothiller that's simultaneously entertaining and profound. When Webster Adams creatures a miniature, accelerated universe that evolves in ways he never could have imagined, he begins to question the idea of creation and our roles in our own universe. If you've been looking for a story that's exciting, original, and impossible to put down, you've found it. Grab your copy today!

Name: The Little Universe
Rating: 4.7 stars over 25 reviews
Price: 2.99
Description: What if you could create a universe - a miniature self-enclosed universe? Imagine having probing cameras that could focus to any star or planet looking for life. And once you found life, what if you could accelerate time and watch it evolve? What might you find? Primordial soup. Strange beings. Alien societies. Profound wisdom.

These are not the questions Jon Gruber ponders as he pedals to his next carpentry job. Over thirty and unmarried, he doesn't even own a car. But a new assignment challenges him to rethink his place in the world. Is he a loser? Or is he about to become a partner in an experiment of phenomenal discovery?

Webster Adams, astronomer, inventor, and Jon's latest client, performs such an experiment. To Webster's amazement, he finds planets and cultures beyond his wildest dreams. His little universe turns into a discovery machine - an overnight goldmine. He and his crew observe societies that evolve so far past them on levels of technology and spirituality, that the world will be forever changed.

Webster's lovely daughter, Whitney, also overwhelms Jon. She opens his eyes to the deeper meanings within the experiment - to the divine nature and connectedness of all life, by finding the most advanced beings within the project - the spirit guides from Theta 7.

The Little Universe is a God-game at multiple levels. For Webster Adams, one question immediately comes to light. "If I can create a universe," he wonders, "then who created ours?"

The debate between evolution and creation is the subtle undertone throughout Webster's story. Can it be proven that God exists? Or is life random and free-flowing without design or purpose? Along with Jon, you, the reader, will be presented a new perspective on life and your role in the great mystery of the universe.

Reviews: "The Little Universe is one of those rare books, light enough on the surface to be a fun summer read, but deep enough to keep you thinking about it long after you've turned the last page. The story is absolutely fascinating, one of my new favorite science fiction books."

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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Healing by Touch? Can We All Do It?

Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel
Can we all really experience touch healing, when one person just touches or holds hands over another and heals that person of serious ailments? Sounds like a Jesus Christ story, and yet it would be wonderful if it were true.
Dr. Eric Pearl believes it is possible and has done it himself many times. He even teaches courses on the subject and writes at length about his personal experience in The Reconnection: Heal Others Heal Yourself. I found it a fascinating story, one that will appeal to many interested in the subject.
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