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  1. Göran Backlund
    May 20, 2014 @ 8:30 am

    Good, we need more books on the journey after awakening. How do we live life afterwards? How do we navigate the dreamstate? I’m suprised that, given all the books on how to awaken, so few are written on what happens afterwards – the awakening is just the beginning!

  2. klaas vandersluis
    December 17, 2014 @ 5:00 pm

    Got this book last friday and posted my thoughts on it only reading some thirty pages, now this morning I read to 115 and it does what it says for me, also I noticed the rise in price of Freds books, on the book depository in a few weeks from $17 something to a;most $20 as I ordered another 5 just now and a few weeks ago I send ”the book of undoing to a friend and that has gone from $10.44 18 mths ago to $17 something, is this the principle of supply and demand? just curious, they are well worth the price. I looked at the 2 negative revieuws on your site and found that interesting as well, not much help if you aspire to see and helped me see some of my own there as you may notice. Fred this latest book has put me so at ease with the world to the degree that I dare to talk about the money here as well so thank for being so candid again and rising. My last post here was a bit condemnatory about myself and that has sort of lifted yet I am steadily observing it all and feel I have no bones to pick and am at peace with the world NOW. If or when that shifts your latest book will be a treasury again as it emphasises some things that I really need to hear and it is well marked now for quick referance as I progress in it. Sofar in my journey it takes the cake in the realm of books and in my case together with its older sibling of undoing they are the best pair for me. Also relections of the one life by Scott Killoby has been part of my practice for 18 mths. life is good much love to you all who read this, Klaas.

    • Fred Davis
      December 17, 2014 @ 9:04 pm

      Hey, Klass! The price of The Book of Unknowing hasn’t gone up here, but the Australian dollar has slipped a good bit. That’s most of what you’re seeing, I think.

      Leave a positive review for either book, or both books, if you feel drawn to it. It will help to counter-balance some of the haters.

      And yes, Scott’s book is a good one.

      Thank you for what you’re doing.

  3. klaas vandersluis
    December 17, 2014 @ 9:48 pm

    thank you Fred of course it is exchange courses, I just got to page 136 and the word looking glass surprised me in that post I tried to explain as good as I could my reality and it is now staring me in the face, it is for me a powerfull confirmation of the One that we are and dont know. This latest book is very!!!!!! timely for me, much love to all of you, Klaas.

  4. klaas vandersluis
    December 20, 2014 @ 6:20 pm

    just finished the final chapter and it supports and gets me where I am at, this book really takes the cake for me in N.D. books, it subtly builts on what is already there and been done, it has been all small subtle shifts for me right now I feel so blessed in my vehicle. this book helped me to see some things like my passion for this and the condemnation I feel when often I talk to others about this, it is my hypotatical center instead of that which is alive, so it is in the living, I know, but I think I am starting to see clearer and this latest book of Fred has been like a friend and companion to me and will be for some time to come. Good on you Fred, Klaas.

    • Fred Davis
      December 26, 2014 @ 12:26 am

      Thank you, Klaas. Always good to hear from you.


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