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  •  Co-Creative Science (4+ / 0-)
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    P Carey, Limelite, Diana in NoVa, Brecht

    by Machaelle Small Wright: link

    Warning: not considered "reality-based" by most on this site.

    Here's a quote from my book Partnering with Nature: Transformative Adventures (ebook now on Amazon; paperback will be next week):

    At this campground there was a moment of following my bliss. I let my world be rocked by the book Co-Creative Science by Machaelle Small Wright. This is where I originally connected to Nature and said, “I want to learn from you. Will you enroll me in your curriculum?” Speaking these words yourself, if you are earnest and speaking from your heart, will evoke a response from Nature that is beyond amazing. These words change the course of your destiny. They are that powerful. You begin living a new life where work, learning, and joy are one. Forget boredom, it will never darken your door again. You will be launched on a great journey, and like Christopher Columbus, you will discover new realms.

    working for a world that works for everyone ...

    by USHomeopath on Fri Dec 06, 2013 at 11:14:37 AM PST

    •  Not sure of what's considered "reality based" (2+ / 0-)
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      USHomeopath, Limelite

      by most people on this site, but I would be very interested in a fuller explanation of Co-Creative Science; I've never heard of it. I checked out your link, but it doesn't give more than a short sales blurb.

      Is it a religious text? Sprirtual in nature? A self-help book?


      •  the basis of co-creative science (3+ / 0-)
        Recommended by:
        P Carey, Limelite, Diana in NoVa

        is the principle that nature is a consciousness that has an intelligence that can be communicated with. Nature is a huge consciousness spectrum as is humankind. The idea is that the universe is designed for both consciousness to respect each other's role and work together.

        Co-creative Science is about how to connect with nature intelligence and how to use that connection to benefit your endeavors. My book is a memoir about how I used Machaelle Wright's information to do just that.

        It's not religious, but it presents a certain cosmology, so it is spiritual. For me, it was a self-help book, but your mileage may vary.

        working for a world that works for everyone ...

        by USHomeopath on Fri Dec 06, 2013 at 12:09:25 PM PST

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