Opening to Channel takes you on a complete tour of [how to become a channel]. As channels, [it offers] an experienced point-of-view on how to connect with your own spirit guides and channel them for yourselves and for others.The authors provide very through and balanced how-to advice, information and guidance. Recommended. — Body Mind Spirit, October 1987Channeling is a skill that can be learned. Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer, with the help of their guides, Orin and DaBen, have created a definitive, inspirational, and easy-to-use guide to the art of channeling. Opening to Channel: How to Connect with Your Guide includes practical hands-on instruction in how to know if you are ready, how to attract a high-level guide, how to going to trance, how to channel for friends, how to use channeling to open to the higher dimension, and much more. — The Midwest Book ReviewChanneling is usually defined as the process by which a medium or psychic transmits information from a non-physical entity who speaks through them. Roman and Packer explain channeling as communicating with a high-level [spiritual] guide and bringing though verbal information. Traditionally, trance channeling has meant channeling when the medium is in a trance and not conscious of his/her words, though Roman and Packer encourage conscious awareness so that the medium herself can benefit from the messages. I appreciate this book because it is clearly written and offers a sensible step-by-step process whereby anyone who is interested can begin to learn to channel. It demystifies the process, eliminates erroneous ideas that frighten people, and make channeling accessible. My greatest appreciation however, is that this book is far more than just another spiritually chic, how-to book. It contains true spirituality; underscores the channeling process with words of love, encouragement and empowerment; and eliminates unfounded fears. Without making false promises, without offering quick fix, without promising us material success, it consistently points us toward a spiritual path, reminding us that we are surrounded by love and teaching us how to reach out to bring more of that love into our lives. — The Common Boundary, December 1987 Smoothly crafted, highly intelligent, and easy to follow. — Meditation
Suddenly , channeling has become nationwide news. With Shirley MacLaine’s best-selling books Out on a Limb and Dancing in the Light, nationwide TV and radio programs and almost weekly articles in Sunday supplements, America has entered the age of channeling. What was once an isolated New Age phenomenon has become the subject of excited nationwide curiosity. Opening to Channel is a book with a startling message for the millions of curious Americans who are eager to learn more about this fascinating experience. The authors, Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer demonstrate that anyone can become a channel, connect at will with the universal mind, higher self or a spirit guide. This book takes the reader step-by-step into the experience of channeling. A frame of reference is provided by weaving in the story of how the authors become channels and then teachers of channeling. Experiences from students are included to encourage the reader and to point out the long-term benefits of channeling which include: heightened creativity healing of yourself and others clarifying life purpose developing of innate gifts spiritual unfoldment service to mankind You don’t have to be a spiritual adept. You don’t need any special talent. You don’t have to go into a deep trance or take any risks. Anyone who follows the simple step-by-step instructions provided in this groundbreaking book can connect with a spirit guide of their own who can immeasurably enrich their lives and the lives of those around them. This is the definitive, inspirational, and easy-to-use guide to the art of channeling. Opening to Channel includes practical hands-on instruction in how to know if you are ready, how to attract a high-level guide, how to go into trance, how to channel for friends, how to use channeling to open to the higher dimension and much more.
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