[Suzanne Segal] Collision With the Infinite A Life Beyond the Personal Self [gothic horror Book] Kindle ePUB

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She thought she had gone mad but she was enlightened and didn't know it Some people spend years in caves trying to experience what sud. I think this is one of the most interesting stories I have read of a non dual experienceawakening Which in Suzanne s case was very protracted and distressing for a long time she thought she had a psychological disorder but ultimately blissful Reading the book creates some experience of shifting into that space

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Collision With the Infinite A Life Beyond the Personal Self

T is the story of her mind's desperate attempts to come to grips with or deny her spiritual condition a process which took eight years. very readable and an interesting account of her inner experience Fortunately there was an afterword that fleshed out what might have accounted for her depersonalization and would help the reader to better contextualize the author s experience

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Denly happened to Suzanne Segal This is the incredible story of a young woman who irrevocably lost all sense of personal self or an II. This is a fascinating autobiography of a woman who experienced the disappearance of a personal identity while getting on a bus Only after a decade she discovered what had really happenedShe tells us her story full of struggle and confusion that had lasted for than a decade a period that was full of terror misunderstanding and searching for the answers everywhere she could But apparently no one was able to give her the proper context of what was happening to her until nearly a decade had passedAt the bus station in Paris she became enlightened S


10 thoughts on “Collision With the Infinite A Life Beyond the Personal Self

  1. says:

    This is a uniue account of the experience of a young woman who suddenly one day while getting on a bus lost her feeling of personal identityWhen learning the details of her life however we see that this did not really happen out of the blue Suzanne experienced the “emptiness” when meditating on her name at the age of seven or eight and she later studied Transcendental Meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi H

  2. says:

    Suzanne Segal was living a secular life in France when she experienced an abrupt shift out of ordinary consciousness and into a state of no self Though six years prior to this event she had studied extensively with Maharis

  3. says:

    I think this is one of the most interesting stories I have read of a non dual experienceawakening Which in Suzanne's case was very protracted and distressing for a long time she thought she had a psychological disorder but ultimately blissful Reading the book creates some experience of shifting into that space

  4. says:

    Waiting at a Paris bus stop four months pregnant Suzanne Segal was about to take a step that would change her life forever It occurred as she boarded the number 37 lineI lifted my right foot to step up into the bus and collided head on with an invisible force that entered my awareness like a silently exploding stick of dyn

  5. says:

    I have read this book time and time again and the story never fails to inspire me to go beyond my limits of love acceptance transcendence and ego How can one not be inspired by the readings of someone how studied with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi? Susan Segal started the forms of meditation at the young age of seven by inwardly repeating her name over and over; clearly developed spiritually beyond her years Her spirituality developed on an up and

  6. says:

    This is a fascinating autobiography of a woman who experienced the disappearance of a personal identity while getting on a bus Only after a decade she discovered what had really happenedShe tells us her story full of struggle and confusion that had lasted for than a decade a period that was full of terror misunderstandi

  7. says:

    I'm a bit torn with this book I liked the last part where she talks about her life in the infinite a little too much psycho therapy fail storie

  8. says:

    This book is amazing Suzanne Segal is no longer alive but her book is and it is incredible the way she is able to describe her proc

  9. says:

    very readable and an interesting account of her inner experience Fortunately there was an afterword that fleshed

  10. says:

    This book is terrifying