Read Out of the Blue: True-Life Experiences of Awakening, Revelation, and Transformation Online Free - In this fascinating book, Mary Terhune shares her personal journey of spiritual awakening, mystical encounters, and visions, as well as the universal truths that were revealed to her in the process. Her spontaneous awakening began during a life crisis where she received revelations from Jesus that transformed her conscious awareness, changing her life forever. A profound experience of self-realization brought her the message that divinity is humankind’s natural state, one that we need to reclaim. Then, while sitting in meditation, she had an encounter with death that dispelled the illusion of birth and dying. A decade later Mary had an amazing introduction to consciousness medicine, which expanded her training as a registered nurse into a different understanding and approach to disease, prevention, curing, and healing.
Mary’s is a message of transformation—she urges us to become aware of our omniscient essence and paradigm shifts in preventive and curative medicine as we awaken to consciousness as the primary force of life. Out of the Blue inspires every true seeker to live as an awakened being and a knowledgeable master of one’s own destiny and well-being.
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March 14, 2016
The author, Mary Terhune, sent her book to Wayne Dyer, who loved it, and therefore recommended it to all his readers, and that was how I became aware of it.
The book recounts some of Marys life story, but, first and foremost, her amazing spiritual experiences.
In 1984 she was at her lowest point, h...
February 29, 2016
Mary Terhune has graciously allowed the public to learn about her own spiritual awakening. Mind you, it is much more than a spiritual awakening. Usually books of this type begin with a near death experience but this one is refreshingly different. To be honest, I almost put my book down because of...
September 02, 2016
I really liked this book. Seems like it took me a while to read but I jumped to a couple others and had some crochet projects to finish up. Once I picked it back up I read it quickly. Mary's story is enlightening and I would strongly recommend reading it.
November 18, 2015
I had a hard time getting into this book. I have no idea of why. I just did.
January 31, 2016
I loved this book. It gave me insights into self realization that I hadn't had before and I found the experiences that Mary had inspiring.