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For 35 years, Jack Armstrong has been receiving and transcribing spiritual teachings through a form of channeling known as Inner Dictation, which is the same phenomenon through which A Course in Miracles was received.
For most of that time, he had no idea what was happening or why, and he was afraid to tell anyone else about it. But five years ago he began sharing this wisdom with the world for the first time through the publication of his book, Lessons from the Source: A Spiritual Guidebook for Navigating Life’s Journey.
Jack still is in awe of the process through which he receives this material, and he sees it as an example of the access we all have to creative expression.
Jack Armstrong is an explorer on the spiritual path whose life’s journey has included stops as a nonprofit executive, Peace Corps volunteer, congressional candidate, small business owner, actor, voiceover artist, and hospice volunteer.
For 35 years, he has been a reluctant, yet willing, conduit for receiving and transcribing the spiritual wisdom he began to share in his book, Lessons from the Source. During that time, he has accumulated more than 350,000 words of remarkable spiritual teachings, most of which he has kept to completely to himself, but which he soon will begin sharing with the world. Jack lives in Portland, Oregon, and strives to practice the lessons he has received.
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Jeff has a Ph.D. in Sanskrit from Harvard University. He was Professor of Sanskrit at the University of Toronto. While at the university he trained as a Freudian analyst (from 1971-1979) graduating as a full member of the International Psycho-Analytical Association. In 1980 he became Project Director of the Sigmund Freud Archives.
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Skeptical that humans could be understood (at least by psychologists) Masson turned to animals. In 1995 he published When Elephants Weep, an international best seller, followed by the equally popular Dogs Never Lie About Love.
Since those two books he has published 7 more books about animals, looking in every one at their emotions: About cats he wrote The Nine Emotional Lives of Cats (along with a fable, The Cat Who Came in from the Cold); He looked at fatherhood in the animal world and the lessons to be learned for humans in The Evolution of Fatherhood; writing about the emotional world of farm animals in The Pig Who Sang to the Moon turned Jeff into a vegan.
Jeff’s new book is called Beasts: What Animals Can Teach Us About the Origins of Good and Evil. It is due out in March, It is available for pre-order from Barnes & Noble.
Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson is dedicated to the emotional lives of animals, vegetarianism, veganism (the ethics of food), animal rights, and human-animal interactions.
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TONIGHT Alex Monty Canawati, Hollywood prodcuer/filmmaker/actor who caught spirits on film, has an amazing past life experience and who is announcing a major relic of Christ tonight.
Jeffrey Saad started his career at the age of 13, working in a diner behind his junior high school. He was amazed at how raw ingredients became delicious entrees, and having the "hospitality gene," he never looked back, earning the chef de cuisine title in his sophomore year at Iowa State, where he was enrolled in the Hotel Restaurant Mangement program. Enamored of food, he continued his training at the Culinary Institute of America and California Culinary Academy with a master plan to open his own place upon graduation. In 1993, he traveled to Mexico, cooking his way across the country for inspiration, and opening the Mexican-influenced "Sweet Heat" in San Francisco's Marina District, which was a runaway success leading to two mor restaurants and his own signature line of bottled chutneys. As a partner in Pasta Pomodoro Italian restaurants, Jeffrey helped to open the first 12 locations of the California-based chain before moving to Los Angeles. While running a real estate company with his wife, Nadia, he continued to explore international flavors in his downtime, with dishes from China, France, Spain, Italy, and Nadia's native Iran. A fortuitous suggestion from a friend led him to audition for the Next Food Network Star on Food Network , and he was ended the season as first runner up. The network saw potential, giving him a web series, "Spice Smuggler," then on Cooking Channel cable, "United Tastes of America," for four seasons. The busy Jeffrey hosts a new online service called MGO, "Dinner and a Download," pairing meals with movies, and will be on a PBS episode called "A Moveable Feast" with Pete Evans in September, plus other ventures. Jeff's website: http://www.jeffreysaad.com/ Twitter: @JeffreySaad
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