The Boy who Saw True

Born with incredible clairvoyant powers, the anonymous author could see auras and spirits, yet failed to realise that other people were not similarly gifted. This remarkable book has become a paranormal classic.

The Boy who Saw True

THE BOY WHO SAW TRUE is based on the diary entries of a young Victorian boy whose extraordinary supernatural talent reveals itself within these pages. By turns naive, insightful, funny and moving, it is an extremely convincing account of a precocious paranormal talent, and all the more persuasive because the young diarist never sets out to win over his readers. Born with incredible clairvoyant powers, the anonymous author could see auras and spirits, yet failed to realise that other people were not similarly gifted. This remarkable book has become a paranormal classic.

The Boy Who Saw True

Born with incredible clairvoyant powers, the anonymous author could see auras and spirits, yet failed to realise that other people were not similarly gifted. This remarkable book has become a paranormal classic.

The Boy Who Saw True

The Boy Who Saw True is based on the diary entries of a young Victorian boy whose extraordinary supernatural talent reveals itself within these pages. By turns naïve, insightful, funny and moving, it is an extremely convincing account of a precocious paranormal talent, and all the more persuasive because the young diarist never sets out to win over his readers. Born with incredible clairvoyant powers, the anonymous author could see auras and spirits, yet failed to realise that other people were not similarly gifted. This remarkable book has become a paranormal classic.

Mysticism

Crookall, Study and Practice of Astral Projection, pp. 30, 38, 44, 96. See also
Anonymous, The Boy Who Saw True (London: Neville Spearman, 1974), p. 135.
In this account a spirit describes the nature of the astral plane to the twelve-year-
old ...

Mysticism

This sweeping study of mysticism by Jess Hollenback considers the writings and experiences of a broad range of traditional religious mystics, including Teresa of Avila, Black Elk, and Gopi Krishna. It also makes use of a new category of sources that more traditional scholars have almost entirely ignored, namely, the autobiographies and writings of contemporary clairvoyants, mediums, and out-of-body travelers. This study contributes to the current debate about the contextuality of mysticism by presenting evidence that not only are the mystic's interpretations of and responses to experiences culturally and historically conditioned, but historical context and cultural environment decisively shape both the perceptual and affective content of the mystic's experience as well. Hollenback also explores the linkage between the mystic's practice of recollection and the onset of other unusual or supernormal manifestations such as photisms, the ability to see auras, telepathic sensitivity, clairvoyance, and out-of-body experiences. He demonstrates that these extraordinary phenomena can actually deepen our understanding of mysticism in unexpected ways. A unique feature of this book is its in-depth analysis of "empowerment," an important phenomenon ignored by most scholars of mysticism. Empowerment is a peculiar enhancement of the imagination, thoughts, and desires that frequently accompanies mystical states of consciousness. Hollenback shows its cross-cultural persistence, its role in constructing the perceptual and existential environments within which the mystic dwells, and its linkage to the fundamental contextuality of mystical experience.

Becoming a Channel of Creativity and Inspiration

... the title, The Boy Who Saw True. What this boy saw with his visionary
imagination, in fact, echoes much of what we learn in this book about the
perspective of the Cayce readings. The boy's journal is full of both the ridiculous
and the sublime, ...

Becoming a Channel of Creativity and Inspiration

Whether you call it channeling, spiritual intelligance, inspiration, creativity, or intuition, we humans have available to us a level of awareness and intelligence that exists prior to any external education, yet benefits from all your learning. This unique book describes many grounded and practical ways, consistent with research in scientific psychology, of developing a relationship with this human potential--all within a spiritual or transpersonal philosophy that assumes that the purpose in life is for us to learn how to share our gifts and thereby come into an awareness of our essence as Creator.

Edgar Cayce on Angels Archangels and the Unseen Forces

According to the passage from The Boy Who Saw True, the fact of the impending
accident already existed in the unseen realms. Because time is different in those
realms, the guardian angels were able to intervene and prevent the woman's ...

Edgar Cayce on Angels  Archangels and the Unseen Forces

Edgar Cayce On Angels, Archangels and the Unseen Forces is the first book ever published that explores Edgar Cayce's readings on the "Angels and Unseen Forces," Michael the Archangel, and the role of guardian angels. Grant goes on to further offer inspiring true stories of miraculous encounters by everyday people with angels. This book explores the powerful significance of Archangel Michael as given in the work of Edgar Cayce and through awe-inspiring messages that came through the Cayce readings. Includes illustrations of the works of 17th century artist Gustav Dore.

The Boy Who Barked

"The life story of Dr John Demartini."--Provided by publisher.

The Boy Who Barked

"The life story of Dr John Demartini."--Provided by publisher.

The Boy Who Grew a Forest

The Boy Who Grew a Forest tells the inspiring true story of Payeng--and reminds us all of the difference a single person with a big idea can make.

The Boy Who Grew a Forest

As a boy, Jadav Payeng was distressed by the destruction deforestation and erosion was causing on his island home in India's Brahmaputra River. So he began planting trees. What began as a small thicket of bamboo, grew over the years into 1,300 acre forest filled with native plants and animals. The Boy Who Grew a Forest tells the inspiring true story of Payeng--and reminds us all of the difference a single person with a big idea can make.

The Boy who Invented TV

This picture-book biography explains how Farnsworth held on to his dream to develop television and the scientific concepts behind it.

The Boy who Invented TV

This picture-book biography explains how Farnsworth held on to his dream to develop television and the scientific concepts behind it.

Insight English Skills 10

Najaf Mazari, a young shepherd boy who eventually became a master rugmaker,
saw truly terrible things in Afghanistan. However, instead of letting hatred and
violence consume him, Mazari transformed these potentially soul-destroying ...

Insight English Skills 10

This is the Insight English Skills Book for Year 10.

CLS Bulletin

C.Scott): THE Boy who saw TRUE. Neville Spearman. 1966. 16/-. This is a most
intriguing book, and has proved a greater success when read aloud in class than
any other I have discovered for a long time. The biggest problem comes over ...

CLS Bulletin