Book: The World of Tomorrow
The World of Tomorrow
The Teacher of the Higher Planes
Fifth in the series, THE BOOKS OF WISDOM as scribed by Ruth Lee, The World of Tomorrow is unlike all the others and without a doubt the most sensational. The Teachers continue to explore the World of Today while going far beyond what is known now, in order to share what happens next-after you leave this plane or change this world.
The World of Tomorrow delves into an area of life where you have total control, yet may insist otherwise-the future. The Teachers speak of the future as if it exists now, not as though it is a mysterious thought process that makes people nervous. No need to be upset or worried about what happens next. All you need to know to be ready to leave this plane is contained in this one book!
Throughout this amazing, insight-filled book you are encouraged and motivated to immediately apply yourself to whatever you believe is your work on Earth-and stop waiting for a better time to do it. This advanced work explains in down-to-earth language and easy-to-understand lessons everything you need to prepare your mind for another place and time. Nothing is too complex or too arcane to comprehend as The Teachers lead you safely through the maze of time into grace. Simply reading this book empowers you to live this life the way you have always dreamed it could be!
The World of Tomorrow takes you beyond what others hint about the future. If you have studied other lessons provided by The Teachers and already use their unique common-sense, logical approach to solving life's problems, you know what to expecT... but even you will be surprised at what happens when you leave this life!
Your future is too important to ignore! No one can afford to miss out on what the world needs to talk about and accept now. Be in the forefront of today's leaders and know what to do when time ends for you, too..
Here's what one reader said about The World of Tomorrow:
"...I have had an extremely close connection to The Teachers, but some of the questions in "The World of Tomorrow" made me question myself. For example: I was contemplating what The Teachers meant by work. I randomly pulled out 'Art of Dreaming' by Carlos Castaneda, and after rereading 'Art of Dreaming' [fifteen years later] and witnessing years of dedication that he put in to mastering dreaming, I knew what I needed to do. I dusted off my dream journal and recommited to my lucid dreaming practices and was then able to continue the next chapter in "The World of Tomorrow." I could tell as I continued reading that the exercise was necessary in order to assimilate the material correctly.
"The best way I could describe it is, it is like there are hidden exercises within '"The World of Tomorrow." It's more complex than first meets the eye. It's a tuff call, but I would have to say its my favorite (of The Books of Wisdom)." - Joe C., Ft. Myers, FL