IT'S NOT TOO LATE

  • IT'S NOT TOO LATE

IT'S NOT TOO LATE

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By Hamish Miller    ISBN 978-0-9533316-0-1    176 pages    Published by Penwith Press.
A traumatic near-death experience in 1982 had a profound influence on the author's perceptions of people, the earth, our relationships and our place in the cosmos. He came back with an altered set of values which opened fresh, exciting avenues of thought and action to explore. His work in healing and dowsing led him to a new understanding of our life cycle here, an appreciation of our symbiotic relationship with the earth and its extraordinary ways of communicating with us, and a recognition of our close association with all the beings in the universe.
This book hopes to encourage everyone to become aware of his or her personal potential to move beyond the restrictions of our five senses towards spiritual and mental fulfilment. It shows that dowsing can provide practical, demonstrable proof of the existence of these extra senses, and how they can be used in simple ways to show our positive interconnection with everything around us, seen and unseen. It includes a sort of hitchhikers guide to the new age, a look at our institutions, commercial, political and religious, from an overview which helps to focus on some of the problems in our society, and makes practical suggestions as to how we can all contribute to solutions in subtle but powerful ways.
It reveals a good-humoured relationship with angelic forces and discarnate beings, with the immensely complex earth's nervous and meridian system, usually referred to as ley or energy lines, and tells how these energies affect our human behaviour. It is about tuning in to the whispering forces of creation, the network of energy through which every being, animal, plant and rock in the cosmos is connected in one exciting endless unity, and breaks new thought-provoking ground in the discovery of positive biomagnetic responses from the earth to our opening minds. Above all the author would like to convey to everyone, young or old, experienced or neophyte, that it is never too late to take the first steps on a journey of the spirit which will surely give a new sense of purpose, fulfilment and sheer uninhibited joy to their lives.
Hamish Miller is a blacksmith, dowser, and writer, co-author of 'The Sun and the Serpent'. He read engineering at Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities in Scotland, and after a period as a Consultant Designer, set up as a maker of high quality furniture, employing upwards of one hundred people.
Finally learning some sense, he moved to Cornwall to practice his favourite craft of blacksmithing and metal sculpture. He has an international reputation for his work on earth energy, appearing on television programmes in America, Britain, Sweden, Holland and Australia, including 'The Sun and the Serpent', `Transformations', 'Robinsons Way', 'The Why Files', 'Mysterious Places', 'Hot Property', 'The Time Team' and many documentaries. He has been interviewed on National and Regional Radio, has lectured widely in Great Britain, and recently gave a series of talks in California starting with the West Coast Dowsers Congress in Santa Cruz and ending with an interview on Jefferson Radio in Oregon.
Members of the British Society of Dowsers, he and his partner, Ba Russell, a physiotherapist, healer and dowser, are currently researching earth energy lines through Europe to the Middle East. They live in a cottage on twelve acres of rough bracken, gorse and granite in West Penwith, Cornwall, where they spend their spare time planting trees.
"Hamish Miller is an honest chronicler, practical, straightforward and a most reliable witness to his experiences of guidance and revelation. Through his development of dowsing he has come across ancient mysteries in the earth, which are leading him to a new or forgotten, spiritually satisfying view of nature and our existence. The insights provided by dowsing, he emphasizes, are accessible to everyone. This book is a charming, helpful companion on the road to transformation ... " John Michell

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