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Discovering Ritual Meditation: Transcendental Healing and Self-Realization

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This book provides you with methods and knowledge for accessing ‘expanded’ states of consciousness and using these experiences to help you spiritually awaken, profoundly heal, and to self-realize.

I discovered ancient priesthood sacred ritual methods for accessing expanded states of consciousness while researching the archaeology of the Sun god religions of Egypt, India, and Central and South America. Ritual Meditation and Transcendental Self-Inquiry methods, derived from these discoveries, will help you know yourself as consciousness within and beyond objective reality, and to self-realize. These experiences will help you spiritually awaken and profoundly heal, and you will innately live in presence thereafter. In presence, you will be aware of each breath, all arisings, and find silence in your mind and peace in your heart. You will also undergo a maturation as you witness your age-old conditioning.

You will find this book useful if you already meditate and know profound spiritual and healing experiences are possible—but don’t know how. You already understand that magic mushrooms can dramatically improve the symptoms and quality of life for people with an array of psychoemotional issues relating to death anxiety, depression, anxiety, chemical addictions, post-traumatic stress, and early life abuse—but don’t know how to use them. If you're a hobby archaeologist looking for objective answers to our ancient and enigmatic past then you will witness some unique archaeological discoveries in reading this book.

Read this book for a means of transforming your mind and life.

423 pages

Published September 11, 2015

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Carlton Brown

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Prior to becoming an author and private researcher, I had a diverse career and education, and purposefully pursued an eclectic series of interests. I qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 1986 (Massey University, New Zealand) and worked in New Zealand and England as a veterinarian, predominantly in small animal practice. In 1997 I completed my Master of Business Administration at the London Business School and pursued a career in biotechnology and global healthcare investment banking in Europe.

Between 2002 and 2012, as a vaccine innovator and CEO, I raised NZ$47 million from European life science investors and the UK government and built a vaccine company in the UK that was sold in 2015. During this time a synthetic universal influenza-A vaccine, able to immunologically counter all potential pandemic influenza-A strains, was progressed into clinical testing (https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlton-b...). The underlying vaccine technology was developed to counter the threat of mutating viruses transmitted from animals to people (i.e., zoonosis). This decade-plus background in vaccine innovation for zoonotic mutating viruses provided a doorway to my research on the Arctic climate and solar activity’s influence on viral mutation and pandemic flu outbreaks.

My new career as an author began in 2012 and was enabled by two decades of hobby research in the field of pyramid archeology, resulting in the publication of "Discovering Ritual Meditation: Transcendental Healing and Self-Realization" (http://amzn.to/29EdrS0) in 2014. I spent three years being a test pilot for the ancient priesthood ritual methods that I discovered during my archeology research. My interests in earth as a complex living system (Mother Earth), enabling the evolution of all life and consciousness, while living “in presence” in the intense magnetic fields of Lake Atitlan’s volcanoes (Guatemala), “inspired” my latest book "Revolution: Ice Age Re-Entry" (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...).

I am interested in the sun’s magnetic and electromagnetic control of earth systems and catastrophic risks, and its enablement of human consciousness (awareness). The Sun-Earth system controls climate change and its risks (cold-glaciation, drought, extreme weather, rapid climate change), volcanism, earthquakes, and disease.

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July 8, 2014
This book is a remarkable piece of research and analysis with practical application. I doubt anyone could read it and not have their world perspective challenged, changed or both. Carlton Brown meticulously brings together the science (physics, astronomy, pharmacology, biology, archaeology) art, and architecture of ancient Sun God religions, and shows how people used scared practices to achieve altered states of consciousness to contact the ‘higher self’.

Every aspect of this book has been thoroughly researched, documented, footnoted, and illustrated. There’s a lot of information to process and absorb, but the depth of work (twenty years Carlton notes) makes its conclusions undeniable.

While reading this book, I was amazed to discover how clever our ancestors were, to have such a sophisticated understanding of science, art, and architecture and how they can be used to achieve greater spiritual self-awareness. We presume, living in the Information Age, to be ‘enlightened’ beings. Reading a book like this makes you realise how much knowledge has been lost. “We have things to relearn,” Carlton says early on in the work. Do we ever!

My only criticism: Why hasn’t this book been scooped up by a major publisher and given the global exposure it deserves? This is a significant and important work. More importantly, it’ll change your life.

I thank Carlton Brown most sincerely for providing me with a free copy for an honest non-reciprocal review.
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January 31, 2017
A very interesting read which was well researched the author clearly put a lot of effort into this book. There’s a lot of information to absorb and understand but it is very fascinating. I would really recommend it.
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