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Here are books I found helpful on my own spiritual path, with links to Amazon.com for everyone's convenience. If you should happen to buy the books while you're there, at no extra cost to yourself you'll bless me with the standard referral fee. Bless you.

Stranger in a Strange Land, the book often credited with starting the New Age movement, is my Bible. It's a story of a group marriage, based on integrity, whose goal is the development of the members' highest potential.
Illusions by Richard Bach. The easiest-to-read account I've found of the power of manifesting. By the author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull.

Jane Roberts, Seth Speaks, The Nature of Personal Reality, The Oversoul 7 Trilogy. The first two are books written by an inner guide.
Ken Keyes, Jr., Handbook to Higher Consciousness. Just what it says. Especially good in dramatizing the benefits of nonattachment. I wouldn't give up my copy for anything.

Raymond A. Moody, Jr., M.D., Life After Life. A study which found that many of those who have been pronounced clinically dead and then revived have met spirit guides.
Unconditional Money, written by fellow Wingsonger David Cates, editor of Billions of Virgins in Ecstasy. tells of his personal journey toward enlightenment.

Thea Alexander, 2l50. A novel about a society in which everyone has access to his or her higher self.
Hermann Hesse, The Glass Bead Game. An intriguing story of a game which encompasses the Universe. Anything by Hesse is great.

Anything by Ram Dass, including the remarkable Be Here Now.

Carlos Castaneda, the Don Juan series. An anthropology student becomes the apprentice of a Yaqui Indian sorcerer. A good account of other realities.

A Course in Miracles. Three volumes containing, among other things, 365 exercises which show the reader how to perform miracles.
Par Lagerkvist, The Sibyl. A Nobel Prize winner describes what it's like to surrender to the All.

Strange de Jim, Billions of Virgins in Ecstasy A simple San Francisco town-fool/masseur finds the secret of True Love, marries Zelda, Jason, Fifi and Earth.
Thaddeus Golas, The Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment. It's a short book, and I like it.

You're also invited to read my own book Visioning for free. It gives the Wingsong exercises taught by an ethereal lady named Lisa de Longchamps. You'll learn to breathe energy up your spine, lighting up your chakras or energy centers along the way, and then believe your dreams into reality. Just click here.

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