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by Bonnie Jean Hamilton

eBook Invitation To The Self: Journey With The Star People download ISBN: 1411626737
Author: Bonnie Jean Hamilton
Publisher: lulu.com (July 25, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 282
ePub: 1545 kb
Fb2: 1529 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: lit mobi txt doc
Category: Religious
Subcategory: Occult and Paranormal

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Comments: (7)
Jarortr
I ordered this book from another Amazon customers recommendation so I had fairly high hopes, and though I'm only 50% through it, I am a little disappointed. The abduction experiences described are largely based on dreamscapes and symbolism as opposed to tangible, physical abductions making it seem overly "new agey". I've also noticed that the story line jumps around a bit and lacks quite a bit of description. For example, the author tells the story of coming to consciousness while being abducted and implanted by the US Govt, then goes on to say that she was able to escape and sneak off towards some small unknown town in the middle ofthe night and expel the implant in a closed gas stations bathroom, and ends the story at that without mentioning how she had gotten there, where she was or even how she got home. It left me shaking my head at times because of inconsistencies like this. Overall it is not a bad book, but maybe just not what I was looking for. I expected an abduction book along the lines of Streiber or Dr. Jacobs and in my opinion this book just didnt quite stack up. If my opinion changes in the upcoming pages I will update to correct my thoughts.
Preve
I've been sort of fascinated by alien abduction and UFO's since I was a kid. Probably about ten years ago I was in a used book store and saw "The Communion Letters" by Whitley Strieber, and felt intrigued to pick it up. Unfortunately, as a result of reading that book, it scared the living crap out of me and I had insomnia, paranoia, and fear at night for years. It was a curiosity I couldn't help, though.

I'm not so naive to believe that we are the only ones here. I know that there are endless things out there and experiences, that we cannot explain. My mind is open to possibility of what it all means and if it's real or imagination. I also think that the mind is a very powerful thing, and things that may be very real to some people may not exist to others. It doesn't mean it doesn't exist, but that it simply doesn't exist in other people's eyes. But it all comes down to interpretation. At the end of the day, whatever it is that you believe is the reality is ultimately what the reality is for YOU. It's been an extremely controversial issue since the beginning of time. Does God exist? Ghosts? Demons? What about Bigfoot?

My curiosity has led me to become interested in different spiritual phenomenons over the years. I became very interested in astral projection, clairvoyance, spirit guides, Paganism, and psychic ability. I was very involved in researching these things and experimenting. I ended up surprising myself with what my mind and spirit was capable of opening up to. I also later had regrets of not knowing what I was getting myself into and was constantly scared of the experiences I was having.

I've struggled throughout the years with spirituality and what I really think exists out there. But my mind always seems to be open to almost anything as a possibility of existence. I tend to be skeptical in the beginning, as most people do. But there's always something in the back of my mind asking whether something paranormal or spiritual could be real.

I'm only part-way through this book, and I will be sure to write an update to this review when I have completed it. So far, my impression of the book is that it's well-written and that it's a fascinating story. Whether it's fictional or non fictional, it's still an interesting read, for sure. However, honestly, at certain points of this book, it has me really wondering if this author was suffering from a sleep disorder. She does mention that her parents told her she had "night terrors", when she was a child, which actually causes a person to hallucinate terrifying things when they're asleep. There are also other sleeping disorders that would or could be symptoms of what the author has described in her "experiences". I realize that this is probably something that has come up many times. It's just my take on it at this point.

I am enjoying the book so far. I will update soon.
Ttexav
This book is a great insight into the abduction phenomenon - directly from an abductee herself! Detailing first hand accounts of alien and government encounters in other dimensions and realities, this book will keep you reading until the end!

Bonnie Jean Hamilton takes the reader on a tour of her amazing experiences, and shows some techniques for psychic self defense. See how she has learned to deal with very real encounters with entities from elsewhere, as well as how she deals with those pesky government agents. This book is filled with the truth, and is a must read for anyone looking for more information about whats really going on in regards to the star visitor phenomenon.
Neol
A real look into the life and mind of an abductee. Bonnie offers her thoughts, feelings & experiences without fear. Unlike many alien phenomenon books which "play it safe", this book gives you a real look at the whole picture from an abductees side. Thank you Bonnie for overcoming the social bias of such events and sharing your honest thoughts & feelings. For anyone who has experienced abduction this is a must read.
Goltikree
A feast for hungry knowledge seekers everywhere.

Anyone interested in understanding other dimensions can only gain by reading this book.

It will soothe some and educated others. A definate spiritual lift for fellow experiencers and nicely put together for those just seeking insight into Alien contact.

Magical.

Esotericism made available to the masses by Bonnie Jean Hamilton

Thank you.

Matt
Vonalij
Oh please! Haven't we degraded human responsibility, integrity, and rationality enough? It's a shame unhealthy fantasies like this continue to be published. Some naive Slovak somewhere will actually take this nonsense as word for word truth. Burn it.
Tehn
This read is a far cry from the terror filled pages that typically fill an alien abduction book. Bonnie trys to implement a positive spin on every experience she has. I really like that she calls the aliens- "Star People" and that she makes an effort to be friendly even when she is frightened. If your an abductee, this book can give you hope and release your fear. Maybe you can even turn off the lights/TV and get some quality sleep.