Along the Royal Road to Reality Vol. II
by Barbara Muhl
Hardcover – 5½” x 8½” – 337 pp.
“This book, together with Vol. 1, The Royal Road to Reality, completes the fundamentals of ‘The study of the correct Letter of Truth. … This is a ‘perceptual universe,’ composed entirely of Mind. Matter is Mind at a lower rate of vibration. What we perceive seems real to us. ‘Mass seeing’ (all of us seeing the same) is due to the mass hypnosis affecting the human mind, which mind is nothing more than our ‘mistake-making faculty.’ This conditioned human mind must, someday, be overcome, eliminated, erased.”
See Lee Scantlin’s listing for other books based on Barbara Muhl’s work.
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