Dr. Eric Pearl’s second book has been a long time in coming but now that it’s out, I thought I’d share a bit about it with those of you who resonate with The Reconnection and the work Dr. Eric Pearl is doing. Entitled Solomon Speaks on Reconnecting Your Life, it’s actually by Dr. Pearl and Frederick Ponzlov, the client Eric refers to in his first book. You may recall that back in the days when Eric had a thriving chiropractic business, a client of his began spontaneously channeling on the table. That client is Frederick Ponzlov and Simon is the energy/entity that spoke through him.
Solomon Speaks is filled with channeled information that Eric had the good sense to record all those years ago, and from which he and Fred have chosen a strong sampling. It’s not the type of book you read in one long sitting (which is possible with Eric’s first book, The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself). Rather, I recommend you take your time to absorb the meaning and energy on levels other than just the cerebral. It’s a book I expect I’ll return to time and again, finding some new pearl (pun intended) I missed the previous time around.
The topics addressed are often about what we’re here to do, and but also about working with frequencies of healing. Sometimes it seems Simon is speaking directly to Dr. Pearl but much of the time I felt like the conversations were aimed right at me! Paragraphs are given to how we might live a more balanced life, and how we learn through our challenges. In addition, I was struck by references to the Akashic Records, though that term is never used. From page 85:
Your energy is of a greater force that is coming through you. Your thoughts are your energy manifest. It will lead you to your instinct. Your instinct is the sum total of your lives’ experience. It is the encyclopedia of humanity. You only need to access this and it will become clear to you as you do it.
Oooh! Cool! He goes into this even further in Chapter 30 during a discussion about how we “operate on various planes of existence, and sometimes simultaneously”—that in these planes “we visit past lives through the subconscious and bring up information that is integrated into this plane like a massive reference library.” We do this as well through our dream state, much of which we forget. Our resulting instinct is “the imprint of those books in our lives” and “this plane is a great museum that we walk through time and again with a different persona.” I love going to a museum and it’s sweet to look at life/lives in that way!
This is followed by a discussion about there being other (than earthly) planes where this life/death cycle does not repeat in the same way, and an acknowledgment of this being a “tough school to enroll in…one of the hardest.” I’m sure many of you reading this couldn’t agree more!
“What’s the hardest training camp I can sign up for?”
“You might want to try Earth. They have a very good program. It’s very creative.”
Is your interest in Dr. Pearl’s new book piqued? Click on the book cover and get back to me when you’ve finished it. I’d enjoy hearing what you relate to.
As always, feel free to post comments and questions on the blog. Thanks everyone!
©Maria K. Benning, M.Ed., FPRH