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Books | IN SEARCH OF LOST LIVES | What in Search of Lost Lives Does

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Michael Goddart’s In Search of Lost Lives:

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» Delivers the first known account of a succession of past lives, including all of the author’s last fifty past lives.

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» Provides a firsthand account of fascinating, precise details of life in pre-Christian era cultures and Atlantean and Lemurian communities, including strange religious and folk practices.

        

» Depicts life on two other planets whose denizens were more evolved than earthlings.

        

» Shows the true equality of women in societies on other planets.

        

» Shows the reality of déjà vu experiences and how inherent talents, interests, and character traits are sanskaras—that is, impressions from past lives that stem from specific experiences in particular past lives.

        

» Contributes a unique account to the literature of memoir by recounting key experiences of past lives that made Michael Goddart who he is today and, in so doing, fulfills the injunction to “Know Thyself” that drove him in the years prior to his recovery of past lives.

        

» Plumbs the mysteries of existence by illuminating answers to the immortal questions of humankind: Who am I? Where am I going? What is God? Is there a negative power? If so, what does he do? What is the journey of the soul?

        

» Provides, as a spiritual memoir, a comprehensive account of the author’s journey across eons of time and depicts many of the spiritual experiences that prepared him to meet and follow a perfect Saint and complete his journey through physical and material existence.

        

» Illustrates the working out of desire and destiny and how karmic debts are incurred and paid off in seventy-one human and seventeen animal lives.

        

» Reveals his “Cohort of Seven,” the longtime companions the author was with between lives and with whom he learned life lessons and evolved spiritually. The memoir identifies each one in his current life.

        

» Pinpoints the switch over to the predominance of the higher mind from Michael Goddart’s lower mind.

        

» Defines and identifies Overriding Desires of the higher mind and how they ennobled and ordered his most recent seven past lives.

        

» Depicts a variety of hurtful actions that Michael Goddart committed in past lives that resulted in a loss of his next life as a human and his resultant incarnation as an animal or sojourn in a state of reformation with indescribable suffering.

        

» Articulates spiritual experiences in past lives, such as, moments of transcendent being, and many more.

        

» Illuminates how his many spiritual experiences were steps in his spiritual evolution that prepared him for initiation onto a path of complete liberation of the soul from the mind and ultimate reunion with God.

        

» Depicts instances of the spiritual being enhancing his human experience and explicates the spiritual purpose of particular lives and how key evolutionary and other spiritual experiences balanced the worldliness of lives.

        

» Shows how Michael Goddart’s experience of war ended after a life as a Lemurian and how in subsequent lives he was freed from any involvement in war.

        

» Defines what a Great Love is and depicts three Great Loves in ancient Greece, Viking Denmark, and 1920s London.

        

» Shows the universality of same-sex attraction by relating twelve “homophile” lives in wholly different cultures, times, and on two other planets.

        

» Shows the universality of slavery by depicting four lives as a slave in distant times and cultures.

        

» Defines what a Notable Life is and illustrates how the residual strength of particular sanskaras from thirteen Notable Lives are still affecting the author in his current life.

        

» Provides a clear cultural context of each human life lived on earth and shows the actual years he was born and died.

        

» Demonstrates the precariousness of life by depicting seven times the author was murdered or killed and also his early deaths by disease.

        

» Distinguishes who are Satgurus—that is, fully realized Saints and Masters—and what they teach.

        

» Contextualizes Michael Goddart’s spiritual experiences in light of the teachings of realized Saints and Masters.  Explains the forces at work in the three grand realms of existence and how the negative power rules the physical, astral, and causal realms of existence.

        

» Explains the ruling forces of existence in Proustian terms.

        

» Embodies the principle of intermittence found in Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time. That principle is: to live means to perceive different aspects of reality. In his drive to satisfy the injunction “Know Thyself,” Michael Goddart perceives and occupies intermittent selves from his past lives, and in his journal writes those different aspects of reality in which he lived.

        

» Provides an entrée to readers—initially interested only in life in lost worlds, reincarnation, spiritual evolution, and other subjects developed in In Search of Lost Lives—to learn about the teachings of the Saints and to be able to explore these teachings and even seek a Teacher.

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EMAIL: MGODDART@GODDART.COM