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Top Spirituality Book Translated into 9 Languages: Love Without End by Glenda Green

Love Without End written by Glenda Green

Love Without End, Jesus Speaks is a true story and personal account of Glenda Green’s encounters and “conversations” with Jesus.

And although one would automatically think that this is a religious book it is not. This book, Love Without End, is a spiritual book that teaches the reader many of the “secrets” of life without any religious affiliations.

In this one of a kind, fifteen chapter, 410 page book, Green relates to her readers the conversations as well as revelations that were revealed to her during this time with Jesus. In fact, the book answers more than 400 questions, or more precise Love Without End relays Jesus’ answers to more than 400 often asked, rarely answered questions.

From Priest to Skeptics Love Without End is a Treasure

From priests to skeptics and everyone in between the reviews for Love Without End are extraordinary.

Citing Green’s honesty, clear, easy going account of her four month visit with Jesus beginning in 1992 as a huge draw, Love Without End is one of the most popular, well regarded spiritual books of all time.

This book is used in several university classes, cited by numerous spiritual leaders in their talks as well as their own books by the hundreds. In fact, Love Without End is one of the most quoted books in modern spiritual literature.

Love Without End provides information that bridges thousands of years. The messages that Jesus sends through this visit with Green (originally intended for Green also an accomplished artist to paint his portrait) has valuable insight and lessons that can be applied to daily life in our world here and now.

And although it may be a little difficult to believe or leave you questioning if this four month visit from Jesus (or Jeshua as it is pronounced in his native tongue) is real, Green suggests that despite your doubts you can (and almost undoubtedly will) come to learn and grow from the words you read within the pages of Love Without End.

Most feel this book can change your perspective on life, expand your consciousness and intuitive listening abilities, open your heart, while also acting as a spiritual guide book.

An Open is All You Need for Love Without End

Green is well prepared for skeptics and explains that many of the facts we now accept without question originally came into the open through fictitious stories. Although Green claims this is in no way fictitious the outcome is the same; the ability to gain invaluable insight into yourself, your life, and many of the deeper questions that plague our world by simply reading Love Without End.

This latest addition contains an additional eighty-eight pages that were not part of the previous twenty seven editions. In total there are now twenty eight editions of Love Without End not including the ones in nine languages other than English. This book is a phenomenon.

This book is a wealth of spiritual information that it’s hard to imagine Green could have ‘dreamed up’ on her own. Love Without End answers many of the questions we all have wondered (and been left with unanswered) from our earlier religious experiences.  It is an intense read and I often found myself only able to read a few pages or so before having to put it down and savor what I had just read or more accurately absorbed.

Meet Glenda Green: Painter, Spiritual Teacher, and Author

Green has her background in contemporary spirituality.

She teaches this and much of what she does teach comes from her continued relationship with Jesus. Her teachings are based on universal beliefs rather than affiliated with any religion.

In addition to being a world renowned spiritual leader Green is also an internationally famous and beloved artists. She even boasts paintings displayed in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C.

I encourage all interested in finding answers, or just another perspective on life and pure love to read Love Without End. Begin with an open mind, question if you must, but just keep reading and in the end I really think you’ll be glad that you did.

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Developing Your Intuition – Learn How to Balance Your Mind & Heart

Here’s a question we received regarding our intuition training course that helps with developing intuition.

Kirk VandenBerghe provides insight into balancing heart and mind.

We hope you enjoy this Q&A session.

Jennifer: I really need help with the “heart” aspect. My main challenge at the moment is identifying when I’m “in heart,” and knowing how to open up to my heart and its intelligence. I’ve read the six steps to intuition in your “Developing Your Intuition” eBook and have done it a few times, but I feel like I’m a bit off the planet when I do this; out of touch with reality.

Are there certain indicators that can let me know when I’m really coming from a heart space, as opposed to a head space or a “needy” space? My biggest challenge is to identify this so I can manifest what my heart really wants, not what I think I want in my head. I get so confused.

The Flower of Intuition Blooms from Fallow Ground

Kirk: I love how you phrased, “…open up to my heart and its intelligence.” Entering altered states of consciousness and the subsequent shift in really will really help.

Love your “head.” It just wants to help. When you ask a question and your mind provides an answer, just thank that aspect of your being for its contribution. Mind is used to being the provider of answers.

Love all aspects of your being that seem to be “needy.” You have needs and wants and desires. Allow them to exist. Give them space to be. (Not space to run your life…space to be.)

My suggestion is to give yourself permission to play with learning to develop your intuition. See if you can play with temporarily setting aside the important questions in life, like what your heart truly wants. Instead, begin with play and keep things fun and light.

Act “As If” You Can

Learn to run through the first five “Developing Intuition” steps quickly:

  1. Grounding
  2. Centering & Releasing
  3. Affirming
  4. Aligning
  5. Asking

Don’t worry about doing these steps perfectly. Just pretend that you can do them quickly. Act “as if” you can. After some practice doing the first five steps slowly, you’ll be able to do them in one slow, deep breath in…and out…

Then you can finish the sixth step of “receiving” as you once again breathe in…

Breathe in the answer. This is your receiving.

Here are some example areas of life where you can play:

  • When your phone rings, sense the energy and ask yourself who is calling. Your receiving (the sixth step) is what you guess as the answer. See if you can let go of having to get the “right” answer. Just enjoy noticing what you receive.
  • When you see an email message from someone, sense the energy of the message and ask what they’re writing about. Your receiving (again, the sixth step) is what you feel is the answer.

Intuition and Breathing

As Natural As Your Breath

The first four steps are about dropping down into a resourceful state of consciousness. Then your intention is engaged on the fifth step when you form your asking. Your awareness is engaged in your receiving. Asking and receiving are as natural as breathing in…out…and back in…

By playing with asking and receiving in areas of life that do not hold for you strong significance, you can bypass the fears of success and/or failure, along with many other beliefs about possibility, capability, deserving, meaning, etc.

Again, when your mind offers an answer, note it and express your gratitude for having a mind that is responsive. Don’t scold your mind. It’s just trying to participate and help. If you like, invite your head to join in the adventure of developing intuition.

What If My Head Just Makes It Up?

Now I will address the essence of your question by rephrasing it: How do I know if what I receive is really intuitive information from my heart or just something my head made up? My answer is that the difference is often very subtle. There is a difference, but the distinctions are often quite fine. Don’t let that discourage you. Again, see if you reframe the work of intuitive practice into play.

Start moving through the first five steps quickly…ground, center, release, affirm, align…ask…receive…

As you play, you will begin to notice how your receiving operates. For example, I have great confidence when I see an inner movie that appears a little above eye level and slightly to the left. It has a yellowish color tone (I have no clue why). Through practice (play), I’ve tested what I’ve received and have been able validate the information as accurate. What preceded this ability for me was having a lot of fun making intuitive guesses and noticing my experience.

Intuitive Development Through Play

Engage Your Five Senses (and Beyond)

My example above of seeing an inner movie is primarily visual, but any of our senses can be utilized to intuitively receive information. After you ask…sense…listen…watch…feel…even taste and smell for information.

The kinder you are to your mind and its desires—your beautiful ego—the more these energies of your being will relax and enjoy the sixth step of receiving. You can’t force your mind be quiet.

For example, if you try to shut up an inner voice you’ll probably be using an inner voice! The more you enjoy the first five steps, the quieter your mind will become. The more happy and relaxed your mind, the easier and more natural your receiving will be.

This is heart-mind balance.

Relax Into Receiving

If you like, invest time in playing each day. If you do, you will find that your “guesses” become more accurate. You will build confidence and self-trust. As you grow, you will know when to ask the “bigger” questions that you feel are more important. You’ll build confidence that when you ask…you will receive. Perhaps that’s how the universe works. You will receive. You cannot not receive.

See if you can relax about of how, when, and where you will receive. See if you can relax about what you will receive.

Drop down into your intuitive state. It’s a wonderful state in which to live in. That’s the first four steps. Then…ask (step five)…and…receive (step six)…

There you go, Jennifer. I hope you enjoy the process.

Jennifer: Thank you, Kirk! That was really helpful, and I’m excited to continue practicing and playing. I know that there’s wisdom in side of me (somewhere… 😉