Divine New Being

A Sublime Guided Passage to the End of Hell

Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural
289 Pages
Reviewed on 12/10/2021
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Author Biography

I was a staunchly agnostic healthcare executive in Washington, DC when I began venturing uncontrollably into metaphysical experiences with Jesus, Buddha, and angels. I finally surrendered my “normal” life and spent seven years in a tiny nunnery in the Himalayas coming to terms with my unexpected mystical abilities. The story of that journey is the basis of my award-winning first book, Unwitting Mystic. My second book, Divine New Being, came about after another unexpected ability show up in 2020: channeling Divine teachers. My wide-ranging experiences are both a road map and an invitation into the Divine wisdom we all hold within. I do not help others learn spiritual truths, I help them remember them.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Leonard William Smuts for Readers' Favorite

Divine New Being is a reminder that we have lost our divinity and need to reclaim it. Mary Reed, ably assisted by Corene Crossin, sets out to show us the way. Mary discovered that she has the ability to communicate with the spirit world and began channeling the wisdom of a collective group she refers to as “Consensus”. Their teachings came through during a series of satsangs (spiritual gatherings) over a seven-month period, where attendees were taken through lessons and guided meditations that cover the full range of topics needed to bring about renewal through transformation. The healing and higher levels of vibration that followed not only resulted in profound changes but enabled participants to experience new energies, let go of fear, and allow their true natures to emerge. Ultimately, they were able to live the teachings and themselves become teachers. The knowledge and meditations are now available to all who wish to follow the same path. Mary herself cautions that this is not an easy road and requires commitment. There are no shortcuts and the pace should not be forced. In discovering their own divinity, readers will be empowered to navigate the challenging times that lie ahead and bring love and union with the earth to the planet and its people.

The subtitle of the book - “a sublime guided passage to the end of hell” - reflects the journey out of the old reality of a crumbling society and its infrastructure into a new and kinder paradigm. The issues covered include the awakening process, trusting the flow, relationships, integrating the new energies, and anchoring them. The book comes at a time when the advent of Covid-19 has brought about fear and judgment. Divine New Being assists in letting this go and replacing it with heart-centered stillness. Mary Reed and Corene Crossin allow Consensus to do the talking in clear and practical terms. They add notes to supplement the teachings and answer questions. I particularly enjoyed the section on connecting with our earthly teachers and sharing their perspectives. The wisdom imparted carries authority and authenticity. It is clear that we can expect earth changes soon, but this book is about preparation rather than prophecy. No timelines are mentioned and we are advised to live in the moment and not to have expectations or preconceived ideas. Readers are advised to follow the many guided meditations over a period of time and work through them systematically. The book offers an excellent opportunity to make a fresh start on the spiritual path, inspired by new levels of understanding.