April 23, 2013
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Do "angels" exist? If so, are they heaven-sent or products of the human brain? After the publication of The Third Man Factor, which examined the phenomena of explorers who found themselves at the edge of death and experienced a benevolent presence that led them out of the impossible, John Geiger was inundated with first-hand accounts from people who had the same experience in their daily lives-an invisible, vivid presence that aided them as they faced stresses ranging from physical and sexual assaults to automobile accidents, airplane crashes, serious illness, childbirth, and depression. Now The Angel Effect examines this phenomenon, and Geiger argues that it has the potential to aid us, even to save us, and asks whether it is a trainable skill we can learn to cultivate. Geiger shares his own startling experience, as well as historical accounts and scientific research, as he reveals compelling discoveries of the human brain and our innate capacity to hope. To preorder visit: Barnes & Noble or Amazon.ca .
I am a soul with a body, not a body with a soul. The real me is "energy," a life force that occupies this body for a short period of time, then I return to the universe.
You can "feel" this enery when you're around other people. You can feel it when you move your hands together as if you are going to clap but stop them about an inch apart.
Everyone is energy in a physical form. You are a spiritual being having a human experience, not a human being having a spiritual experience. To me that simple identification has sincerely helped me better understand my experiences and have greater patience with the series of moments called life.
You have spiritual guidance or master souls working with you daily. Their energy moves at a faster speed. When they are around or want you to pay attention to something, they come closer and the result is they can give your body chills or goose bumps. You chose them before you incarnated into that body. They are like your best friends. They never judge you, and help you grow spiritually, or become more of your true nature.
I hope this message, brief as it is, provides a service. Discovering the truth about yourself is as rewarding a direction as you might pursue. There are many different directions people can take in life, but once one begins to unravel the mysteries of who you are, where you came from and where you are going, you begin to see a much bigger picture of your experiences and hopefully begin to experience and amazing inner peace.