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Escaping the Matrix by Edwin Harkness Spina | Mystic Warrior Newsletter

The Matrix was one of the most popular and thought-provoking movies of all time. Viewers all over the world were captivated by the film’s primary message: People get into deep trouble when they mistake what they perceive for reality. What most viewers do not realize is that prior to the release of this groundbreaking film, western intelligence agencies were already using the term "the Matrix" to describe today's world. This was in contrast to their work with remote viewers, who would "escape…See More
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Escaping the Matrix by Edwin Harkness Spina | Mystic Warrior Newsletter

The Matrix was one of the most popular and thought-provoking movies of all time. Viewers all over the world were captivated by the film’s primary message: People get into deep trouble when they mistake what they perceive for reality. What most viewers do not realize is that prior to the release of this groundbreaking film, western intelligence agencies were already using the term "the Matrix" to describe today's world. This was in contrast to their work with remote viewers, who would "escape…See More
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Edwin Harkness Spina is an award-winning author, speaker and mystic. His first book, Mystic Warrior, won the Independent Publisher Book Award for Visionary Fiction and a Nautilus Silver Book Award for Fiction. Ed is also a contributing author, along with Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Joe Vitale and others, to the bestseller, 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life.

Ed is also the developer of Energy Center Clearing, which flushes low vibrational energies that lead to stress, fear, anger and hatred from a person's being and replaces them with higher vibrational energies that leaves you feeling light, free and energized.

The Mystic Warrior Newsletter offers practical mystical techniques to improve people's lives and expand their minds. Ed's workshops and seminars emphasize the practical application of these techniques to help others manifest their dreams.

Prior to shifting his focus, Ed was a venture capitalist, entrepreneur, software designer and business consultant. He earned an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BSE from Tufts University.

Call for more information: 1-954-415-3490.

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Escaping the Matrix by Edwin Harkness Spina | Mystic Warrior Newsletter



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At 11:41pm on March 8, 2010, Donna Rae Swartwood said…
Greetings Ed, so grateful to have you in my life! You are a True Treasure! Seeing many blessings coming your will! Will remain in touch! Well Being Abounds! love, DRAE
At 4:18pm on February 12, 2010, Louise Pare said…
Ed, I enjoyed meeting you last night. I began my studies of mysticism, consciousness, yogic philosophy and science, etc back in the 80's. Did you ever read the book Rhythms of Vision by Lawrence Blair ?At the time it opened my mind to all kinds of amazing things like sacred geometry, etc. Now I've taken much of that knowledge into my current work in women's spirituality--especially the relationship of woman's moving body to spirituality, science, linguistics especially the work of Luce Irigaray and Helene Cixous. My dissertation explored how women use new forms of intrinsic-movement work as a transformative, integrative spiritual practice. My new classes use a variety of these forms as well as the expressive arts to explore various topics in women's spirituality. Good luck with your upcoming event! Louise
At 11:53pm on February 7, 2010, Donna Rae Swartwood said…
Hi Ed, was great to meet you. Good Luck with your event, and have a great time in Ashland. I will stay in touch! Love*Blessings Donna Rae
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