Dog Is God Spelled Backward: 101 Notes to Self leads its readers through a collection of musings on the deep structures, issues, aspirations, and possibilities that give shape and meaning to the universe and to daily life. By making her way along this path of exploration and creating 101 insightful notes, Rita Cragwall tells how one can achieve personal growth by guiding one’s life to move in concert with universal laws. This approach empowers bringing one’s imagined future to pass.
Historical Section Shawmut College, Boston, December 26, 2000 Living as we do in the closing year of the twentieth century, enjoying the blessings of a social order at once so simple and logical that it seems but the triumph of common sense, it is no doubt difficult for those whose studies have not been largely historical to realize that the…
Dog Is God Spelled Backward gathers its notes into six parts: “Mirror of Self,” “Things We Fear,” “Living Life,” “The Heroes & Storytellers,” “Philosophy & Science,” and “Miscellaneous Ponderings.” By reading and absorbing these notes, one can come to perceive the deep truth about reality. As the author notes, “The world does revolve around you. It is yours. You always get what you asked for so you always get what you want. Whatever you believe the world is, it is. As within, so without. As above so below.”
This inspiring guide to personal growth tells how one may use reality’s universal laws to change one’s life and to bring one’s imagined future to pass.
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