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by Joe H. Slate,Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
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Occult & Paranormal
  • Author:
    Joe H. Slate,Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
  • ISBN:
    0738723010
  • ISBN13:
    978-0738723013
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  • Publisher:
    Llewellyn Publications; Original edition (December 8, 2010)
  • Pages:
    264 pages
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    Occult & Paranormal
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Self-Empowerment and Your. Joe H. Slate is a Licensed Psychologist in private practice with a PhD from the University of Alabama and postdoctoral studies in hypnosis and psychosomatic medicine at the University of California. He is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Athens State University and Honorary Professor at the University of Montevallo. Unlike many books, this books lays the subconscious mind as a powerful essence yet not cathegorized as good or bad. I have accomplished a lot by reading these books, there are so many techniques that actually aim towards the same results.

Chapter Seven: Spiritual Relevance of the Subconscious: A Doorway to Spiritual Realities and Interaction with the Spirit Realm

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Start by marking Self-Empowerment and Your Subconscious Mind: Your Unlimited . Carl Llewellyn Weschcke is the owner and chairman of Llewellyn Worldwide, the world's oldest and largest metaphysical publisher.

Start by marking Self-Empowerment and Your Subconscious Mind: Your Unlimited Resource for Health, Success, Long Life & Spiritual Attainment as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. He played a seminal role in the rise of Wicca and Neo-Paganism in the 1960s and 1970s and has been called "the father of New Age" for his public sponsorship of occult subjects.

Self-Empowerment and Your Subconscious Mind : Your Unlimited Resource for Health, Success, Long . Tap into the infinite potential of your subconscious and experience tremendous growth and self-discovery.

Self-Empowerment and Your Subconscious Mind : Your Unlimited Resource for Health, Success, Long Life and Spiritual Attainment. by Joe H. Slate and Carl Llewellyn Weschcke.

Carl Llewellyn Weschcke(Minnesota) was the owner and chairman of. .Weschcke also served as the 7th Past Grand Master Ordo Aurum Solis

Carl Llewellyn Weschcke(Minnesota) was the owner and chairman of Llewellyn Worldwide, the world's oldest and largest metaphysical publisher. Weschcke also served as the 7th Past Grand Master Ordo Aurum Solis.

Responsibility: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, Joe H. Slate.

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Ytli
Very good text for people wanting to understand the subconscious mind. Unlike many books, this books lays the subconscious mind as a powerful essence yet not cathegorized as good or bad. I have accomplished a lot by reading these books, there are so many techniques that actually aim towards the same results. I put 5 stars to this book because its intention and understanding is very complete. However, the way it describes its exercises can be improved. In order to actually tap into your subconscious one needs to reach to a fully relaxed state of mind and body. Maybe if the authors worked a little more on this area of how to relax, maybe adding more techniques, explaining what meditation is to its full extent and going further and not just naming the different types of aproaches there are to tap into the subconscious; this book would be a very complete and satisfactory reading to accomplish marvells. I still recomend the book, its essence is beautiful and I am sure the authors have the best will, which at the end, it is what is trasmuted into the readers. I strongly recommend the Authors and readers to complement their readings with Authors such as Torkom Saraydarian, Alice Bailey and William Walker Atikinson.
Faegal
I just finished reading Self Empowerment and Your Subconscious Mind. I found it to be a provocative read. If you read it with an open mind, it opens up possibilities for personal empowerment and spiritual enlightenment. I highly recommend it.

David H. Donaghe
Kabei
as long as you have the patience to wade through the books, they are very helpful. I would recommend highly
Doomwarden
Good Book.
Ericaz
I read the book and it give some information and if you follow it daily it may work. I even purchase the cd but it only tell you to copy in your own word it doesn't even give you time to absorb the information, to quick and only use to give you ideal to use.
Iarim
Book review by Richard L. Weaver II, Ph.D.

(Please be aware that I wanted to award the book zero stars, but I had no choice except to award it one star to move beyond the "written review" window.) Yes, I should have realized what this book would be about when I read that Weschcke has been called "the father of the New Age for his public sponsorship of metaphysical subjects," and that Slate's previous books included "a variety of metaphysical subjects, from astral projection and aura energies to nature power to psychic vampires, reincarnation, and rejuvenation" (from the back cover).

Why did I pick up this book? I am always interested in new perspectives, alternative ways of thinking, and counter-intuitive modes of analysis. Curiosity, pure and simple!

Before offering several reactions to this book, you have to know that I was raised by parents immersed in science (one taught science and the other was a professor who co-authored a textbook on biology), and I was in pre-medicine from my junior year in highschool through my second year of university work at the University of Michigan. It was total immersion in scientific or science-related courses for six years of my life. I am not a scientist, but I read extensively about science and scientific subjects because they interest me and have always intrigued me.

The text of this book is only 151 pages in length after which there is a 13-page appendix, "Self-Empowerment and Self-Hypnosis," followed by a 56-page "Glossary and Suggested Readings."

I found the authors' explanation of the Great Pyramid model of Personal Consciousness, presented in their chapter one, when they described the Queen's Chamber, its foundation upon the Earth as well as its connection to the Subterranean Chamber in the earth, and then the King's Chamber and the area above completely absurd. Even silly.

To give you just a quick introduction to the nature of this book, this is what the authors say in the section, "Psychic Skills and Paranormal Phenomena": "The conscious mind, working through the subconscious mind, is able to manage these abilities that include clairvoyance, mind-to-mind telepathy, spiritual healing, automatic writing, psychokinesis, spirit communication, dowsing, astral projection, precognition, remote viewing, past-life regression, personal rejuvenation, psychic defense, and more. Our goal is to intentionally make use of psychic skills for our practical benefit . . . " (p. 69).

If you, as a potential reader of this book, believes in, supports, or truly endorses any of these activities or behaviors, then this book is definitely for you.

This is what the authors say in the section, "The American Middle Pillar and "Auric Energizer": "The psychic centers themselves are not to be visualized as images or symbols, but rather as colored spheres of intense light, each about one and one-half inches in diameter, located--as indicated--either as a full sphere external to the body, or as a half sphere partially within the body and partially projecting out in front of the body" (p. 143). If this isn't nonsense in the extreme--psychic, supernormal, extrasensory, or mystical--I don't know what is!

This is a totally ridiculous book -- preposterous, ludicrous, farcical, irrational, nonsensical, and laughable. If you enjoy farce, if you like charade, if you don't mind wasting your time, then this book is for you.

It is harebrained, cockamamie, foolish, and stupid. I award the book zero stars out of five. If I could award a negative number of stars, somewhere between negative five and ten might not even begin to capture my assessment! What a sham! How is it that authors of the absurd can even find a legitimate vehicle to publication? This book is not worth the paper it is printed on!