Reviews

Praise for Psychic Psychology

Donna Eden

Donna Eden

“At the core of each of us are pathways into deeper, more profound, more gratifying ways of living than are cultivated by a culture that cherishes materialistic gain, instant gratification, and maintaining a competitive edge.  Psychic Psychology gently and effectively teaches those who will take the time and exert the effort to enter hidden realms that have been known to wisdom traditions throughout time.  Through 98 highly practical and wonderfully accessible exercises, it systematically builds your connection with the psychic energies that surround you and brings you into the eternal moment, where our deepest joy and most authentic living dwell.”

Donna Eden, author (with David Feinstein) of Energy Medicine: Balancing your Body’s Energies for Optimal health, Joy and Vitality


Rob Bresny

Rob Bresny

“John Friedlander and Gloria Hemsher give you a universe you can believe in, but more than that: a universe that believes in you, a universe you always secretly knew was there.”

Rob Brezsny, author, Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia: How the Whole World is Conspiring to Shower You with Blessings


Lillias Folan

Lillias Folan

“Psychic Psychology, invitingly warm and clearly written, is a book that needs to be read slowly…  enjoyed and savored, tasting each layer, one bite at a time. Chapters on advanced grounding techniques and other life skills continue to bring me and my students to a deeper place of understanding, balance and strength within our Hatha Yoga and meditation practice. The practical skills taught in this book allow us to engage in the world and capably experience life as a spiritual journey.”

Lilias Folan, “First Lady of Yoga,” PBS Host, author of  Lilias!Yoga Gets better with Age. www.lililasyoga.com

 

Richard Grossinger

Richard Grossinger

“John Friedlander is the truth.  There is the big picture, so-called, and then another big picture framing it. That one is not only invisible, operating at a different vibration from our perceived consciousness state, but flashes of its recognition change everything, put us back into a hospitable universe.  The big big picture takes the darkest aspects of our crisis and despair, locates them rightly in a larger congruence, and makes us calm and whole.  There is a great deal of work ahead, some hard yoga, but John provides a few of the key tools that we will need.  This is a teaching ahead of its time by perhaps a thousand years, but it is completely imbued with our time because it is the background against which all our foregrounds curtsy and pay homage.”

Richard Grossinger, author of Embryos, Galaxies, and Sentient Beings:How the Universe Makes Life and 2013: Raising the Earth to the Next Vibration


Robert Schwartz

Robert Schwartz

“In this beautiful and very important book, John Friedlander and Gloria Hemsher share knowledge to expand your understanding of the cosmos and practical tools with which to improve your life. A fascinating and deeply insightful exploration of what it means to be a soul having a human experience. There is great wisdom here.”

Robert Schwartz, author of Your Soul’s Plan: Discovering the RealMeaning of the  Life You Planned Before You Were Born.www.yoursoulsplan.com

 

 

Eric Leskowitz, MD

Eric Leskowitz MD

“Psychic Psychology is an elegant synthesis of several great teaching traditions, combining the wisdom of the Seth material with the structural elements from Eastern and Western approaches to energy healing.

You can skim this book, learn a lot and enjoy it thoroughly.  But then to benefit from its depth and true power, I suggest treating it as a workbook to be experienced over the course of several months, serving as a catalyst for your personal transformation.

This book is a hands-on guide to the mechanics of the mysticism in everyday life; by describing the nuts and bolts of energy flow in relationships, both present and past, the book shows the reader how, literally, to create your own reality.  Infused by the very attitudes that Hemsher and Friedlander advise the reader to adopt – openness, playfulness and curiosity – the book is both challenging and entertaining, and is guaranteed to broaden any reader’s understanding of the nature of personal reality.”

Eric Leskowitz, MD, Director of Integrative Medicine Project at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.