The Eye of the Super-Conscious Mind by Lois E. Long

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This book - written to steer a misguided people into the millennium with a heightened awareness and a definitive purpose - is a must read. It delivers a powerful message of self-help. Welcome to The Eye of the Super-Conscious Mind.Finally, a work that speaks to our emotions. This book dares to give a peek inside the uncharted course of feelings, or perhaps more aptly described - the battle of the emotions. In it we see how we are led by the physicality of our emotions. Unbridled, they have caused many to falter and not realize their true potential.This body of work tells the real story of how perceptions of reality mislead the majority of the unenlightened. It gives us a guide for unleashing our Higher Spirit in the search for enlightenment. Use this book as a roadmap down the path few have followed - to the depths of the super-conscious mind.

About Lois E. Long

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Lois Elaine Long, mother of two grandmother of one, is a respiratory therapist by profession. Spiritually, she is a seeker of the higher truth. Born in Clarksdale, Mississippi and raised on the west side of Chicago, Lois has searched for answers to the seemingly composite world of actions and reactions. Finding none in her circle who had reached enough of a true understanding to answer these gnawing questions led her on a mental and spiritual quest for the key to unlock the mysteries of the unknown universe. It was the prompting of her super-conscious mind, twenty-two years ago, that compelled her to write this book – the first of a continuing collection of messages on self-actualization. Because of the complex nature of these writings, Lois carefully considered the somewhat controversial information and images received from her Higher Self. As if on automatic pilot, Lois drifted in and out of contact with her super-conscious mind to decipher the map given to her to share with the world. The Eye of the Super-Conscious Mind is that map.
Published August 29, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 160 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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