Publisher of books revealing the truth about the creation and working of the universe using the metaphor of an octopus and its tentacles.
Paperback 42 pages RRP £5.99
A new publication of Part One from the original book
‘CENTRE The Truth about Everything’:
“All that needs to be known and all that you need to know.”
FEATURED NEW BOOK – OUT SOON
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE
by Brian Taylor
The book begins by illustrating that there really is only One − the foundation needed to understand the Centre. The Universal Octopus image is used to express the profound underlying oneness of everything. How every individual thing is connected to every other thing within the Whole in which all exist. The world is like a Universal Octopus with every individual thing a tentacle of the One.
This is followed by simple instructions to locate and use the Centre, understand it, and enter it. Locating it as an experience, explains the author, “makes possible escape from physical existence and entry into our spiritual home and origin”. In deep sleep, we subside into it quite naturally. But because we lose consciousness, we are unaware of it. Through meditation we can enter it knowingly…
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