The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment ~ Audio CD read by the author. ©2008, Seed Center Books. California.
Author Thaddeus Golas goes DIGITAL, as he reads his own 1972 Metaphysical Classic.
The double CD is packaged with a 22 page booklet containing three
new chapters (Reminders, Post-Script to Reminders, and The Way Out,) written by Thaddeus Golas in the early ’90s as revisions of some of his concepts.
These chapters pave the way for the ideas explored in his new opus: Love and Pain.
Reviews: From I AM Magazine, Quebec.
For those on the road still trying to thumb a ride, this book will show you how to make it on your own. There is no other way. Being the lazy man’s lazy man, I quickly went to the last pages and back cover to glean the quintessential enlightenment offered in the excerpts. How can I be lazy and accelerate my vibrations to encompass all that wisdom in a flash, you may ask? Chapter 7 answers that If you’re the kind of person caught up in sin, asceticism, rejection of earthly enjoyment, or other evidence of strict virtuous discipline, and are still having trouble being enlightened and in joy, this book is for you. It will shatter all your preconceived ideas about spirituality, If what you are doing isn’t working…love it and leave it. In other words: let go and let God.
The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment lets you know you are already there. So what’s the point of arrival? We exist on many levels simultaneously: from a being of concentrated mass (separateness, individuality), through energy being, to space being (oneness). How come, you may ask, most of us are only aware of the densest physical level? The answer is you can’t be anywhere else until you love yourself where you are now. After all, it’s a world of your own creation. As long as we reject anything we are tied to that one thing. Now that’s karma! The only effective way to be free of anything, is to love. Accept yourself where you’re at. If you hate or despise something, love yourself for despising or hating it. It’s the E=MC2 of the Universe. Be there, then.