This was the last Wilde book I read. Before reading this book,and Whispering Winds of Change, I was on a quest. For several years I read a variety of books ranging from hard physics to very soft, barely digestable, new age fluff. I read on all of the world's most prevalent religions and philosophies and a number of works, both ancient and new, that were born of those beliefs. When I read Infinite Self, I found those bits of truth that have been scattered throughout the great writtings of the world. Stuart Wilde's works have resonated with me like very few others,especially Infinite Self. The Bhagavad-Gita has greater understanding to me now. The Tao Te Ching rings much clearer. The Bible has even become more palatable. Mr. Wilde, I mean no disrespect, but I hope you never write again, you have said what needed to be said. Thank you for not allowing your ego to control your work, like Walsch, Gawain, Redfield and so many others who were once on the path. I look now for the courage to read it again.
If You have felt that there's got to be more to life than the daily grind, taxes and death, then this is the book for You. Stuart Wilde writes only as he can direct, clear, concise and humorous. Stuart is known as the teachers teacher for good reason, in Infinite Self he provides you a time-tested(ancient), proven step by step plan to reclaim your lost inner power. We've all forgotten who we really are...Other books just talk about the great masters, Infinte Self is really a workbook that shows you step by step how to become powerful and master life.
This book helped me change my life and if you use these steps, it can help change yours too. Let your light shine for all to see, claim your love it will set you free.
Camelot is coming back now they call it TOLEMAC.