Testimonials

“Applying these words in my daily life has shown me the lies of the conditioning and programming I have received all throughout my life, which has set me free to speak the truth of that now with no attachment to concepts as knowedge.” R.S, Reiki Master, Virginia.

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"I loved the book. It is amazing that when in desperation of needed change … something happens that changes everything. Rigid honesty is what the 12 step program calls it, truth is what you call it.” James L, Drug Counselor, Tennessee.

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"This book answers many of the problems I had with anxiety and depression which was ruling my everyday life. I allow a simple thought to turn into such a nightmare and it is the foundation of an anxiety attack and depression. When the ‘thinking is thinking me’ syndrome that Edward points to was ‘caught,’ all that rubbish fell away. Reading this book was like defragging my brain." Mike, Tasmania

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Editorial Reviews Amazon.com:
"A New Consciousness Born, You are the Source is a hard-hitting, non-fiction book which addresses every aspect of our lives; it shows us the manner in which we are trapped in our thinking processes. The book is transcribed from live conversations with Phillip LeRoy and others. With this book’s formatting, you can be drawn into and become part of the conversation. The new consciousness that Edward speaks of is violence free, and he takes a step-by-step, simple approach that points to what we can do to bring forth peace into our lives and onto the planet."

The Known and Unknown of the New Consciousness

If the unknown is a positive, then the known must be the negative. Nobody cares to be the negative. They all want to be the positive. But only out of the negative can the positive be.

How many people can admit that all they do is report what has been said and done before–that . . . → Read More: The Known and Unknown of the New Consciousness

A New Consciousness Has no Need to be Right

First of all, I’m going to present my case for grammatically switching back and forth from first, second, and third person. I am writing for people of this world, and you are a person of this world, and so am I. When I use the words, they, people, we, us, he, she, I, one . . . → Read More: A New Consciousness Has no Need to be Right

Thought and A New Consciousness

When you look at thought, you will see that thought cannot take place until after the happening. By that time, the experience is gone, dead, and then thought takes over and says, “This is what that was, and this is what you should do.” As humans, we do what our thoughts say to do, . . . → Read More: Thought and A New Consciousness

Conversation About Trust in a New Consciousness 8

Q: So you’re living in the new frontier?

 E: Yes, I’m starting from now.

Q: You’re always exploring the new. Is that an exciting way to live?

 E: Oh it’s the only way to live on the planet. However, you will look stupid to people. They will say “How in the hell can that . . . → Read More: Conversation About Trust in a New Consciousness 8

Conversation About Trust New Consciousness

E: Alright, now we’ve established something that is 100 percent. We have established that by eating some ice cream and cake, we can lose weight.

 Q: If we only…

E: Hold it, don’t do the “ifs” yet. We’ve established something, haven’t we? Alright, that’s 100%.

 Q: What do you mean, “it’s 100%”?

E: We’ve . . . → Read More: Conversation About Trust New Consciousness

Conversation about trust New Consciousness Coaching

 E: Yes. Your mind goes around and around, and where’s the space? It’s going to get a little complicated here now. As I speak, the moment I say, “Let’s lose some weight and eat some ice cream and cake,” your mind is already in gear, isn’t it? So there’s no space between what I . . . → Read More: Conversation about trust New Consciousness Coaching

Coversation about Trust and the Unknown 5

 E: Exactly, just like the thing I said about ice cream and cake. Let’s eat ice cream and cake and lose weight. People would normally jump up and say “Wait, you can’t eat ice cream and cake and lose weight.” Well they didn’t listen to the rest of it, did they? Because I’m saying . . . → Read More: Coversation about Trust and the Unknown 5

Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 4

Edward: Already knowing it. And speaking from where we already know because we’re skipping a step.

 Questioner: Already knowing something gets tiring. It just repeats.

 E: It repeats and repeats and repeats. So the next thing you say was there’s nothing new on the planet, or I can’t get anything new. So the ability . . . → Read More: Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 4

Conversation About Trust and the Unknown Part 3

Q: I’d like to ask a question here: Why does what we need to know live in death?

 E: Because that is the unknown. That’s just another way of putting it.

 Q: But why does what we need to know live in the unknown? Is it because what we know doesn’t work?

 E: Exactly. . . . → Read More: Conversation About Trust and the Unknown Part 3

Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 3

Q: I’d like to ask a question here: Why does what we need to know live in death?

 E: Because that is the unknown. That’s just another way of putting it.

 Q: But why does what we need to know live in the unknown? Is it because what we know doesn’t work?

 E: Exactly. . . . → Read More: Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 3