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Above All Else I Want to See: Reflections on A Course in Miracles by Deborah Dryden Danielski contains thoughts and ideas that train the mind methodically to arrive at a different perception of the world and everything in it. The book assists the reader in reassessing their knowledge of themselves, society, their relationships, and everything else they believe in. Several profound topics are explored in the book through the medium of the author's reflections. You will discover how Deborah came to realize that God is in everything she sees, no road leads away from him, her holiness blesses the world, she does not know the purpose of anything, and her thoughts are images that she has made. These and other conclusions in her book are deeply rooted in logical reasoning and raw honesty.
The book's startling, eye-opening statements left me transformed and more curious about the validity of my accepted beliefs and my thoughts. As I learned from the book, some situations are more painful than others because of my expectations. I have been examining my expectations in different areas, and I've been feeling completely bulletproof ever since. The book contains unconventional translations of passages from the Bible, and its messages are best for readers who are open-minded regarding topics of religion and spirituality. In addition to the theoretical explanations, the book contains exercises and stories from Deborah Dryden Danielski’s everyday life. Above All Else I Want to See is a real-life version of The Matrix's red pill. It will help you see things more clearly and experience less internal suffering, more flow, and less confusion. I recommend this gem to all wisdom seekers.