CENTRE BY BRIAN TAYLOR
“A marvellous book! in the light of its wisdom, all one’s fragments of knowledge and experience suddenly make sense. Read “CENTRE” and discover who you are!” —Tim Ormonde, England
Our featured book by English poet and philosopher Brian Taylor
THE DISCOVERY OF THE CENTRE WITHIN THE PHYSICAL BODY!
“I came to see that all beings had this luminous Centre at the centre of their beings and were,
for the most part, unaware of its significance or even its existence.
This book contains the results of some of my researches into the Centre.
Some may find it interesting.”
CENTRE is a book about original investigation arising as a result of asking the question “How do you find out what lies beyond the world before actually leaving it?” Finding out the truth about what is inside you – not the bones, flesh and organs but the very ‘Centre’ of your being, the gateway to your real self, where you came in and where you go out. This is a rare book with the power to create an awakening, one that can radically change your life for the better.
Learn how to access the Centre. How to understand it. How to use it. How to enter it forever.
PART ONE A SHORT HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE • PART TWO THE CENTRE • PART THREE HOW EVERYTHING WORKS AND WHAT IT CAN ACHIEVE
One and not two,
That’s all you have to do.
One and not two.
Wherever you go,
That’s all you have to know.
ALL THATNEEDS TO BE KNOWN…
ONCE YOU KNOW THIS YOU KNOW EVERYTHING…
Animation of Part One from CENTRE
NEW KINDLE PUBLICATION – OUT APRIL 2013
HOW MR TAO MET THE UNIVERSAL OCTOPUS AND SET UP HOUSE TOGETHER IN THE CENTRE FOR EVER.
“In this brilliant small book the entire spiritual evolution of mankind has been condensed into a few drawings. The Universal Octopus, as a vision of the reality that there really is only One, is so simple that a child could understand it. Once you have experienced and seen through the “Centre”, once you have done that you will never be the separate person you once assumed you were!” —Ariya Books, UK
“I spoke to my pupils in Italy about the Centre. One of them entered a speech-making competition. Other contestants told me that she said, in her speech, that a teacher of hers had made her a far less selfish person by explaining to her that the world was like an octopus, with each individual a leg of the creature.” —B.T., Austria
KINDLE £1.99 ($3.05) Paperback coming soon