New York (PRWEB) April 10, 2014
The material and spiritual worlds are within the reaches of Madys Mary. She comes out in the open and chronicled a book aptly titled “The Teaching of Thomas” designed to establish balance in spirit and mind.
Mary began practicing her psychic abilities after a near-death experience while she was ill with typhoid fever at the age of four. Later, she learned that this power actually runs in the blood. Her parents were open to discussions about this when she was growing up. She became a renowned medium with the help of the Almighty and Thomas, her spiritual guide.
While the relationship between Madys Mary and Thomas has a rich diversity, this book’s origin is a unique circumstance. Thomas asked Madys Mary to let him give teaching while she was in a deep trance; Madys Mary agreed to allow this to happen. She remembers much that Thomas said in other situations, but has very little recollection of the teaching sessions. This teaching book covers most issues of the modern human condition. It contains perspectives about the things to learn, practical and down-to-earth advice to keep the body and the spirit in balance, and knowledge that is usually outside anyone’s life experience.
Moving and profound are words fit to describe Sloane’s “The Teaching of Thomas” as it traverses the realms of religion that inevitably influences human conditions. Madys Mary and Thomas welcome those who attain understanding of the depths of human nature.
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About the Author
Madys Mary had a Christian upbringing; university training in art and anthropology; a graduate school psychology degree; lived in Asia, Europe, and North America; has friendships with the Dalai Lama and Geshe Sopa; and had séances with mediums such as Leslie Flint. Her relationship with her spirit guide, Thomas, began in a meditation-class vision as a young woman. She had a private psychotherapy practice in Mexico and was called the best medium there. In these and many other situations, Thomas would come to Madys Mary to help her and others.
The Teaching of Thomas * by Madys Mary Bannister Sloane
Given through Madys Mary
February 22, 2013
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