June 19, 2012
Last updated: June 26, 2012
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This book is exactly what its tagline says, an “inspiration for new consciousness.” The wisdom (and humor) of Adamus, channeled through Geoffrey Hoppe, arrests your attention, inflames your vision with the scope of your inherent possibility, and above all makes you think outside all boxes. Some of these thoughts may feel rather uncomfortable, like his call to honor the path of every other being rather than succumbing to pity; or his suggestion that your divinity even loves your darkness and is waiting for you to embrace it as well. The cosmology going back to the big bang is most intriguing.
The core message is that it is time to consciously embrace our inherent mastery of life, energy and creative power. The corollary is that we have to give up the pastime of playing the victim, and understand and accept the responsibility that accompanies our essence as emissaries of the Divine. We are creating with every thought and action, so we might as well do it with compassion and imagination. Adamus calls on you to trust yourself, but also to use discernment.
This book is a breath of fresh air – original and provocative – and will have an honored place in my personal reference library.