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TALKING AZA 1

Copyright © 2008 by Eugene Halliday

FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD LECTURE IN ONE

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TALKING AZA 1

FOREWORD

This manuscript is a direct recording of one of my talks; therefore, the writing style differs greatly from my other books. Whenever I deliver a lecture, I "weigh" the emotional / moral boundaries of my audience and as a result, the talk wil take its own direction therefrom. My personal sense of humour knows no boundary, yet I do spare my audience certain eccentrics if it needs to be. Since it is not in my power to "weigh" my readers, I have excluded some of my usual "obscenities" from the manuscript.

This particular manuscript is relatively short, yet its contents are extremely important, firstly as a strategic shift in consciousness to aid in safe living and secondly to serve as a modern-day guide for al "lost souls" out "there".

As soon as a child masters the act of crawling, s/he wil natural y evolve to a superior level and start walking (with the necessary bumps and fal s accompanying it!). Therefore, the child might feel quite "lost" on entering his/her new chal enge!

This law of evolution applies; whenever a person has mastered a certain level, the transition to the next altitude happens automatical y. This evolution is natural y relevant to the perceptual world as wel . The "saved" soul that have mastered his current degree of insight wil automatical y "get lost" in a superior plane (the

"getting-lost" part wil be in the perception of the "lower" levels anyway).

This shift is happening to more and more people and it is snowbal ing!

Yet, should the 'travel er' attempt entering multi-dimensions with a mind stuck in duality he wil walk into a titanium wal !

The aim of this manuscript is to shake the mind loose from the rigid bounds of the primitive state of dual thinking.

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TALKING AZA 1

"I DON'T KNOW WHERE I AM GOING, AND I CAN'T WAIT TO

GET THERE!"