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All Life is One. It is not only the multiplicity it appears to our five senses. This is the source of all the the problems we humans have experienced forever. However no amount of argument and discussion can resolve the issue for us. What we need is direct experience of the way things are.

Inside every living being, including plants, is the Centre of the Universe. By humans
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Paperback, First Edition, 149 pages
Published October 28th 2012 by Universal Octopus (first published January 18th 2012)
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Linden
Nov 01, 2016 Linden rated it it was amazing
This book is astonishing and thrilling. It's well written and describes with ease simple truths which are universal and eternal.

Beginning with there really is only One the author communicates with drawings, a short history of the Universe (how the One became the many) resulting in - the Universal Octopus!

The Truth about everything he discovers by using and entering 'the Centre', a centre discovered within his own body. All living beings have this 'centre' and he encourages us to locate it and u
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Sep 01, 2013 Line rated it did not like it
I won this book through Goodreads First Reads. I have had for a long time but couldt pull myself together to read it since it smelled really badly of incenses. I finally started but i must admit that i could not finish it. My first problem with the book is the cover saying "The Truth about Everything". Something I', ready to overlook but I had many difficulties understanding the direction of the book. It starts out with a small prologue and goes on with several pages og strange drawings that ...more
Andrea
I forced myself to read half of this book. I won it in a giveaway so I really wanted to give it a fair chance but it was just not a book for me. I could not finish it...sorry.
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