T happened All in all it s a super straightforward account about his spiritual endeavours with Eric Pepin and his relationships with Kathy and his brother I don t really have much to say about it other than I really enjoyed reading his conversation with Eric Pepin but the rest I felt slipped away as failed to take hold I was so trapped by his the rest I felt slipped away as failed to take hold I was so trapped by his monologue it was like I was swimming inside his head with nothing tangible and interesting to hold onto Well the truth is I skipped most of his personal accounts because it was so boring I m kind of sorry to say this because his memoir does have some rich and insightful material aka the words of Eric Pepin but it s kind of watered down by his eternal stream of consciousnessAnyway I feel like I need to take a break from reading spiritual texts or spiritual related stuff After you continuously accumulate knowledge and insights you need to take some time off to digest everything This kind of thing reuires thoughtful thought and I call myself an English major and not ust passive consumption This is a very readable spiritual coming of age story that looks at the reality that underlies the reality we can perceive with our senses and one young man s attempts to cast aside his cynicism and doubt and immerse himself in this beautific exciting world It reads like
a novel and seems to have worked for me insofar as it awakened my seeker side and reminded me novel and seems to have worked for me insofar as it awakened my seeker side and reminded me reality is a whole lot weirder than most of us imagine Excellent insiders view of exic pepins teaching style A great insight to the teacher
I M Beginning To m beginning to some fantastic insists from truly a great addition to my collectio. Eel a deep spiritual calling within them The restless tug of an unknown destiny Before it was over he offered the briefest glimpse of another world He peeled back reality to reveal a hidden dimensional reality Shocked and numb he could not believe what he saw So began a ourney where the flat physical world around us suddenly transforms into a place of profound mystery and wonder Bending God offers such a world A mystery beyond imagining All the fantastic because it is re.
Eric Robison ✓ 5 SummaryExtremely captivating After reading the Handbook of the Navigator I naturally moved to this book It gave me a little peek into a world I always knew was there but I had not yet found my community I look forward to This is not a uick read Every pagechapter creates possibilites that need to be reflected upon uit a few concepts fly in the face of
Belief Systems That Have Been Drilled Into Members Of Manysystems that have been drilled into members of many But for those that uestion is this it or saysurely there is than this should slow down and take a leap of renewed wonder and read this book It s a autobiography of a man s ourney to find God and how his teacher finds him and guides him on a self discovery path and all its possibilities Be open minded and uizzical Good read Honestly really bored by this bookI kept reading hoping that on the next page there would be some groundbreaking wisdom or supernatural experience which is how the book was marketed But alas noVery badly written self indulgent inarticulate dull and VERY BORINGRecommend you avoid I actually read this book a while ago Here s my review I wrote transferred from my blog after I finished it Part One So I m reading Bending God A Memoir by Eric Robison1 To be honest the narrativeautobiographical portion of the book isn t all that interesting I find my self reading one Hey what s up man Hey What s up scene after another It s a little bit unnecessarily detailed and unengaging because you get lost in the narrator s meticulously recorded stream of consciousness His narrative centres around his internal dialogue with himself the Counsel The Inner Voice the inner voice his head his conversations with Eric Pepin and others an. Bending God A Memoir is the beginning of an epic often unreal spiritual adventure Enter a world of invisible beings a grown man being thrown backwards by nothing but the mind of another clouds that pour out of a hole in a brilliantly clear blue sky and ultimately the paranormal connection to awakening All the stranger because it is a true story As you read this book you will doubt that what you re reading is true It is all true No exaggerations No distortions It defies th. ,
D ust going from one place TO ANOTHER IT S NOT REALLY another It s not
Really To Read As Ato read as a if you know what I mean I grew bored reading about him eating his soggy cereal or driving to somewhere or ust two pages of conversations that have nothing to do with the story Well I do appreciate that it s an authentic account with little embellishment because I suppose the way he writes and presents the story of his life is how we will perceive what happens in our lives It s linear and it has a lot to do with our internal
Actions And Reactions Toand reactions to people around us However like I said it s Alchemy Its Science And Romance just not really fun to read I think there needs to be fictionalization to some degree not in terms of making up details but in terms of structure Most of the time I must skipping through and The Deadly Darling Shell Scott 14 jumping to the part when Eric Pepin is talking2 Some of the key ideas that I ve come across so farmicromacro energy bodies our connections with the universethe idea of a earth having a planetary soul ghost hauntings and sightings produced by electrical currentsdifferent levels of entitiesauraenergy body vs physical bodyhow the universe was created and how it all came to be which was not revealed but only briefly paraphrased in the book If this is a commercial scheme I ve fallen for it I bought Eric Pepin s book on Kobo It s only 3 ish so it s not that big of a deal But I was a bit bombed about it3 I still need to finish the book I will write another note when I finishPart Two So I finished Bending God by Eric Robison As a memoir it really wasn t that interesting At times I feel I was reading too much into it a lot of the foreshadowing turned out to beust something tha. E limits of everything we believe to be possible It is the tale of a young cynical skeptic Burned by years of fruitless searching he denied any thought of a true mystical reality The world was only what science could explain Until the day he met a strange man hidden in the hills of a small town A self proclaimed psychic he hoped would bring some amusement Instead this man spoke of the creation of the Universe the experience of God and the purpose of those rare souls who ,