"I am Light" by Gary Layman, Author | Book Review

Although only the  individual seeker can unlock the "personal doorways" to the previous three questions, there is still additional help along the way. Rarely does the hand of Divinity touch a human life-stream and completely transform it instantly. This unfoldment is a Journey. However, the journey can be ACCELERATED with right knowledge, faith and persistence of purpose from the Source of all.

It has been my privilege and honor to have worked  with some of the finest and most dedicated healers and teachers on the planet. I have taken those years of study and direct experience and distilled  the essence of it into my new book "I AM LIGHT"---The Prodigal Journey and Beyond".


I am inviting you to take that journey with me in this three part narrative and applied study. It is my sincere belief that you will find additional wellbeing in its application.


I am aware that there are many fine healers and teachers in the field of alternative medicine and practical mysticism today. However, if you are seeking an uncomplicated easily applied set of principles that any "layman" can use, I believe this book will be of great assistance to you

"In reading "I am Light" by Gary Layman I was struck by the profound significance of this grand vision of what's coming in the next next phase of human evolution when we're all consciously connecting with Source through the "I am" presence. His book is  an inspired prayer full of wisdom for the "new age" being born in these turbulent times - a channeled, semi-autobiographical story of what's to come for all of us in the days ahead with practical tools for meeting this challenge/opportunity within on this ultimate path of love." - John David Van Hove

Order your book online at: www.IamLightEternal.com

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