By: Maticintin, Wisdom Master
Anything that is alive embodies the particular energies that gave rise to it. “This is how we are reborn,” says Wisdom Master Maticintin, “and it is these energies that we must come to recognize if we are to see who we were in the past, how we become who we are in the present, and who we will be in the future.”
In this stunning book, Wisdom Master Maticintin presents an intriguing, illuminating, and unusual way for us to discover significant past-life influences without the confusion of utilizing outside practitioners or getting caught up in ego-fantasies that can trap one in negative emotions. She reveals the three memory doorways that are accessible to human beings, and in clear, and sometimes humorous, language, the Wisdom Master teaches us how to recognize them.
She leads us to look at and recognize how mind operates in moments of daydreaming, déjà vu, time warps, mental echoes, cyclic memories, and sudden flashes of intuitive discovery. The Wisdom Master deftly invites the ordinary person to learn how to access the ‘unlimited container of mind,’ which Buddhism refers to as abhidharmapitakasa, where the pure truth of the Primordial Teachings is stored abiding in the divinity or wakefulness in each embodied being. She also guides us to discover the mysterious visitor who shows up often in our mental imagery, but who must be recognized and let go of, if we are to finally see and live who we really are.
In a book that constantly surprises, Wisdom Master Maticintin unveils the marvelous operation of mind and invites us to use it as a conscious tool–one that can not only reveal the past and the present, but can also create a joyous future that radiates the light of divinity.
“We are not always just talking about one past life,
but about many past lives. Let’s just say that our past lives,
bits and pieces of them, are rolled together to fashion this life;
and what is predominant in this life really shows how we view our lives.”
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2009, 220 pages, softcover, 6" x 9", ISBN: 978-0-932927-28-6
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