How to Grow Tomatoes When the Butterflies Are Gone

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How to Grow Tomatoes When the Butterflies Are Gone
by Vance Ross Jr. Msc.D Something from within told me to take the other path, but I didnt listen to the still and quiet voice. Now look at the problems that I have created in my life. Sound familiar? The question for the reader is simply this what or who is that something that is forever seeking to lead you in the direction of truth and love? The quiet internal but eternal voice is more often than not superseded by our ego, which harbors thoughts that chatter like drunken monkeys and override these truths when they come to us from that higher inner spiritual realm. This book was written with the intention of spotlighting the gap that exists between the ego self and our higher spiritual consciousness. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. Vance Ross Jr. has been a student of the philosophy of metaphysics for more than thirty years. He is a graduate of the International University of Metaphysics with doctoral status, and he is a member of the American Metaphysics Doctors Association and the University Alumni Association. He is an ordained minister/teacher and poet. Dr. Ross is an active member of the Center for Spiritual Awareness. Its founder, Roy Eugene Davis is a direct line decendant of Guru Paramahansa Yoganada, who introduced Kria yoga Meditation to the United States in the 1920s. Dr. Ross was initiated himself and trained many others to Kria Yoga Meditation in Atlanta, Georgia, and Baltimore, Maryland, through his center called Mind-Break Meditation Spa. (2006, paperback, 304 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.