The “Multiple You” Universe: Sacred Science for the 21st Century
by Cassandra Lea Martin.
Clarity is something we all long for in our lifetime. Rev. Martin has a vision of you as someone capable of moving from thinking into acting to make your life the best you can envision. Her story in this book can be your story, too.
What if the first quantum truth of this new century is “consciousness is our reality?” This would throw open the door to new potential truths within mind/body/spirit and science. Consciousness itself is barely defined by science and yet it is observed at the sub-atomic level, and as we each evolve we become more intimate with a nonjudgmental impulse that urges us to cocreate our world based upon enlightened perceptions, new and revelatory understanding of why we have now moved into the early days of the development of the Quantum Human. Like Barbara Marx Hubbard’s contribution of Homo Universalis, the Quantum Human is advanced by our ability to move into “we thinking,” all-inclusive.
Rev. Cassandra was in her 30s when multidimensional guides began to communicate with her. Her new world view began to include an “Eternal Now” point of view, and she was shown the marvels that result from the participation in conscious co-creation, which included the modern God of Consciousness in the equation instead of the ancient God of early man. Martin began to remember past lives, see energy connections in new ways, and develop her personal consciousness to be inclusive instead of restricted by science or religion alone. She found within herself doorways that lead to a deeper love and compassion for a humanity that continues to struggle with its old self-identity. This book takes you on her journey in order to show you how to explore your own journey into the new conscious world.
About the Author
Rev. Cassandra Martin is an independent New Thought minister, and Sacred Activist. Since 2001 Martin has been building her skills in public speaking, as a new thought spiritual workshop presenter, author in the field of Sacred Science, while she continues to act as a minister. Martin has lived in Austin for a year and is preparing to host a national event on October 23, 2016 using the power of original affirmations to affect the thinking mind of our planet, called the noosphere. Rev. Cassandra looks forward to hosting other events in Austin during 2016 to bring people of like mind together in order to master moving from thought to action in their own lives.
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Excerpt from Book Review on Amazon.com by Howard A. Jones, Ph.D, 2015, The “Multiple You” Universe: Sacred Science for the 21st Century by Cassandra Lea Martin, 2015, 254pp
The author clarifies the significance of her title at the start of the book. As a mystic who believes in reincarnation, she sees herself as a part of the community of selves who have successively reincarnated through past ages. This spiritual evolution represents a reciprocal relationship with the Divine inasmuch as each of us is a constituent part of the Collective or Communal Soul that is the Divine, so that we are in the Divine and the Divine is within us. What form does the Communal Soul take? It is a universal consciousness that has existed from all time and will continue through all time. From a rational point of view, scientists now talk in terms of a universal quantum field, or spiritus quanta as the author calls it, equivalent to Teilhard de Chardin’s noosphere and Jung’s collective unconscious. The author urges that every individual needs to be striving towards the point where each of us communes constantly with the cosmic consciousness in everything that we do. This realm of cosmic consciousness was described by the ancients as the akashic field. The author points up the very important differences between the world explained by science, which is deterministic, and the world of quantum physics, which is indeterministic and random. Chapter 9 gives us an overview of some of the most important features of science relative to spirituality. There are several interesting discussions about Sacred Science within this work. Part of the thesis herein is that it is necessary to have an evolving God in place of the unchanging and intransigent God of western religion. In later chapters the author moves into the realm of holofields – universal fields of energy of consciousness that help shape our souls. This is a readable book, very approachable, containing a wealth of ideas that help forge links between rational science and mystical spirituality.