A fantastic Journey into the realms of success and creativity; What is it that makes one person abundant and not someone else? How does your mind really work? What is the connection between your thoughts and your creativity?
Terence takes you through the Garden of Eden into the invisible creative world that has been a mystery for centuries. The secret codes of life have been around as long as mankind has existed, yet only a few retain the combination to dial up success as a formula.
Here’s an excerpt:
This abundance is the natural cycle of love, giving being the end part of the process. A healthy apple tree will freely give of its produce once it has grown all it needs for itself. In other words it will go FORTH once the first THREE stages (ABC, or mind body, soul etc.) have concluded successfully.
“Love is a creative force, a magnetic quality that pulls us toward someone or something and makes us listen. Love is in the universe, in the sky and in our bodies; and it asks us to make something of it!”
You may start to intuit that this book is spiritual in nature. We shall not forget, however, the animal within when we move on this journey together. The body is still partly animal in nature, (alongside mineral and vegetable), therefore animal desires arise naturally. Heaven and earth are a partnership; day needs night and night day. Energy needs matter to manifest itself. A spirit needs a body; our bodies have come from the animal kingdom. If you still have bowel movements, you are not entirely in the kingdom of the Gods just yet!
“Humans are amphibians – half spirit and half animal. As spirits they belong to the eternal world, but as animals they inhabit time.” C. S. Lewis
On this point there is a huge philosophical divide amongst the spiritual tribe and the evolutionary tribe; one tends to come from the bottom up (Darwinists), and the other from the top down (religionists). The paradox here is that both are right, yet are just not seeing that too clearly as yet!
“All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree.” – Albert Einstein