- Paperback: 312 pages
- Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (Sept. 1 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1571741968
- ISBN-13: 978-1571741967
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.9 x 22.2 cm
- Shipping Weight: 408 g
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #584,818 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
MEMORIES OF GOD AND CREATION: REMEMBERING FROM THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND Paperback – Sep 1 2000
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Is it possible to remember how the universe was created, where humans came from , and what we planned to do with our lives? Yes, says board-certified psychiatrist Shakuntala Modi, M.D. For more than a decade Dr.Modi has used clinical hypnosis to help patients discover the sources of their physical and mental health problems, not only in their pasts, but even in their past lives. Now she targets the cosmos. According to Dr. Modi, everyone carries memories of God and creation in their subconscious. This book presents information from many of her hypnotized patients, presenting evidence that we all carry the secrets of the universe within us. The astonishing revelations in this book include real patients description of:
What it's like to be one with God Why there are individual souls Where evil came from How angels were created How dying feels How easy it is to return to Heaven after death
Prepare to have your world view completely altered by the information in Memories of God and Creation.
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This book says that nearly all of us are possessed by evil spirits who answer to Lucifer.
One problem with hypnosis as a tool for uncovering hidden truths is that the hypnotist can lead the subject. The subject doesn't know if what he is seeing and reporting is true. It might be coming from the imagination. And any leading questions by the hypnotist can take the subject on quite a ride.
For example, if I hypnotized you and then asked you if you were possessed by Satan, perhaps you would say yes, perhaps you would say no. But you don't know. Your imagination picks up the ball and runs with it.
I would have to see the actual transcripts before I could even entertain the possibility that the author's central tenet is worth considering. And I would have to take a peek at the room, and interview the subjects to determine their preconceptions. On the face of it, this seems absurd. It reminds me of Salem, Massachussetts. Time to start burning the witches again.
I believe that this book is well-intentioned but misguided superstition and fear.
I strongly recommend the works of Michael Newton. He is another hypnotist. I suspect that his techniques are more pristine, less suggestive. His clients report that spirit possession is probably impossible - thousands of his clients have said they never saw any evidence of it. Not one of his clients reported one case of spirit possession.
Further, his clients have never verified any contact with a Biblical character, not Lucifer, not Satan, not Beelzebub, not Beetlejuice, not Caspar the friendly ghost. Guess what - those characters are in the realm of fiction.
BOO!!! Did I scare ya? This book is medieval.
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