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CENTRE By Brian Taylor
“A marvellous and truly stunning book!! A treasure indeed. A way to complete happiness is here. It is ALL UP TO US. Read chapter 37 and find out WHY things are the way they are for YOU.” —Pisamorn Chulsrikaival, Thailand
All Life is One. It is not only the multiplicity it appears to our five senses. This is the source of all the the problems we humans have experienced forever. However no amount of argument and discussion can resolve the issue for us. What we need is direct experience of the way things are.
Inside every living being, including plants, is the Centre of the Universe. By humans, it can be accessed and investigated and the Truth realised. Once and for all, beyond all doubt. Although, it has no material substance and therefore will never be perceived by scientific instruments which are designed for perceiving material forms, it does have a location. It can be perceived by the mind’s eye at the centre of gravity of the human body, exactly where the breathing is felt to rise and fall.
Learn how to access the Centre. How to understand it. How to use it.
How to enter it forever.
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from CENTRE The Truth about Everything by Brian Taylor
ALL THAT NEEDS TO BE KNOWN…
NEW PUBLICATIONS – 2016
OXFORD: Bones and stones, churches and vivisection laboratory. Peaceful gardens, rivers and quadrangles. Relentless efforts to squeeze the money out of its alumni. Drifting ghosts looking for peace. Drifting students looking for a place in a disintegrating world. Beauty inherited from the past. Deliberate ugliness bequeathed by the present. Vice Chancellors once men of God. Currently a man chosen because he is good at making money. A footprint of your world and mine.
“At last! The true History of Humanity according to reliable Jewish and Christian sources, showing how it all went so terribly wrong and left us in the mess we find ourselves in Now – even if we are Moslems!”
A world in trouble?
War in the Far East and the Middle East. Suicide bombers. Riots on the streets.
Gaols and Psychiatric hospitals full. Soaring crime. Racial hatred.
Violence in the schools and in the home. Economic Meltdown.
Yes. A world in trouble.
Here is the answer. Simple, straightforward.
Poetry in THAILAND: Early morning street markets. Mists and half darkness. Monks carrying begging bowls, blind musicians donation boxes to lighten their darkness… A multi-layered world. Disabled beggars with plastic cups, black Ferraris and a snow-white Bugatti Veyron… Ghosts and Spirit Doctors… Everywhere, temples thunder their disenchanting message that all this teeming world, its glamour, excitement and misery, is impermanent, not self and suffering.