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Love Has Forgotten No One: The Answer to Life

4.34  ·  Rating Details ·  194 Ratings  ·  15 Reviews
In this fascinating book, Gary R. Renard and his Ascended Master teachers, Arten and Pursah, guide you through a way of dissolving the illusions of time and space and returning to Reality, which is Perfect Love. This is not love in the way the world commonly thinks of it. It’s an all-encompassing kind of love that is perfect spirit: innocent, unflawed, immortal, invulnerab ...more
Hardcover, 250 pages
Published October 8th 2013 by Hay House (first published November 11th 2008)
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Eric G.
Oct 17, 2013 Eric G. rated it did not like it
Love Has Forgotten No One is the last book of Gary's self proclaimed "DU trilogy series." This book has been 7 years in the making with release dates being pushed back and various reasons as to why this book has taken so long to be released. It has been a highly anticipated release among Renard's fans, as one can see 14- 5 star reviews written, dating back to 2009, prior to the book even being released.

After reading this book, it seems to me that Gary isn't even trying anymore. It is like he pho
Jay Matthews
Feb 16, 2017 Jay Matthews rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wonderful Book!

I really enjoyed this book and didn't want it to end. Very inspirational and warm yet with some nice humor too. Thanks Gary!
Kemila Zsange
Dec 21, 2013 Kemila Zsange rated it it was amazing
This book is my favorite out of the trilogy, or maybe at the end of 2013 I am at a different place to read “A Course in Miracles” related book?

And delightfully the best part I found is not said by Arten and Pursah, but the author Gary Renard, as Pursah puts it: “ You keep getting it more deeply all the time.” A&P let Gary do more and more talk now when they appear, and Gary’s has taken it on so nicely. I particularly like the overall review Gary makes when they first appeared during this se
Mayra Correa e Castro
O Amor não esqueceu ninguém é o último da trilogia iniciada com O Desaparecimento do Universo (DU), de Gary R. Renard. Terminá-lo dá aquela sensação chata de perder uma excelente companhia. (O único consolo são as quase 1,5 mil página do UCEM, estas bem mais difíceis de ler rápido.) O que esperamos então deste final é saber como Gary conheceu sua atual esposa (um relato bastante banal, aliás), e mais algumas revelações surpreendentes sobre as artimanhas do ego. Aviso logo que o livro cumpre. E G ...more
Nov 02, 2013 Sidney rated it really liked it
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Gary's Love Has Forgotten No One is a wonderful book. Some might criticize the repetition in his latest work but the Course itself is repetition. Some ideas we fight and we have to twist and turn an idea until it clicks.

Renard's latest says many of the same things as his seminal book, Disappearance of the Universe. It feels as if much of it is drilled down to expand the ideas and deepen your understanding.

There is beauty in seeing Gary deal with some of his own forgiveness lessons. It is the v
Andy Nieradko
Feb 05, 2014 Andy Nieradko rated it really liked it
I received this book for free from Hay House, for review purposes. I wasn't financially compensated, and this is my honest opinion of this work. That said, in the beginning of Love Has Forgotten No One, I thought this was going to be my first 1 star review. However, I stayed with it, and by the end, if not completely convinced, I was fascinated. Gary Renard has an interesting story to tell, as well as some unique, tough lessons to teach. This book will have the most appeal to folks who study A C ...more
Mark Austin
Jan 20, 2015 Mark Austin rated it liked it
★ - Most books with this rating I never finish and so don't make this list. This one I probably started speed-reading to get it over with.
★★ - Average. Wasn't terrible, but not a lot to recommend it. Probably skimmed parts of it.
★★★ - Decent. A few good ideas, well-written passages, interesting characters, or the like.
★★★★ - Good. This one had parts that inspired me, impressed me, made me laugh out loud, made me think - it got positive reactions and most of the rest of it was pretty decent too.
Robert DuPuy
Oct 11, 2013 Robert DuPuy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: acim
Overall, I liked the book. My expectations were quite high given the wait for this book, so I was a bit disappointed when much of the content related to non-ACIM themes such as space ships and 9/11 conspiracy theories. I believe Gary is one of the best spokesmen out there for the course, but I'm having a difficult time understanding where he is going with some of his actions (like selling vitamin pills through pyramid marketing) to explanations on alien beings. These aren't the things I'm lookin ...more
Aug 21, 2014 Rogier rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: acim
Lovely. This truly completes the trilogy, and connects all the loose ends, so you get to see the whole panorama, including the continuity of current, past and future lives.

Gary's work is some of the most dynamic stuff about the Course. It reads like a thriller, and you can't help but come away with a good understanding of the basic principles of the Course, even if you never heard of it before.
Apr 30, 2016 Joni rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book because of the author's hopeful outlook on the future of everything. The third of a trilogy, I'm not sure this book would make any sense at all unless you read the two prior books. At any rate, I liked it a lot and even though it's way out there, it seems more logical to me than any philosophy I've yet encountered.
Cecilia Simonis
Nov 01, 2013 Cecilia Simonis rated it it was amazing
The third book in the Disappearance of the universe trilogy. Again if you don't want to change do not read it. It really stretches one.
Iciar Piera
De los tres es quizás el que menos me ha gustado pero aun así he disfrutado de su lectura.
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Any comment I write here will be insufficient to describe the impact this book could give you.
Marco Gonzalez
Jul 11, 2015 Marco Gonzalez rated it it was amazing
Awesome book!!
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“Love Has Forgotten No One is not really a book—rather, it’s a portal, a transport system, a rearranging of the mind. When you’ve finished reading it, I believe you’ll be closer to knowing your True Nature.” 0 likes
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