In Search of GOD: The God of Spirituality

Book Title: In Search of GOD: The God of Spirituality

Author: Sukhraj Singh Dhillon Ph.D. , Mountain House, California, USA-95391.

Publisher: Create Space Independent Publishing Platform (2011), US$ 9.84, pages 164.

Reviewer: Hardev Singh Virk, Professor of Eminence, SGGS World University, Fatehgarh Sahib


Sukhraj Singh Dhillon is an eminent Scientist by training at Yale university in Life Sciences; he served as a Professor in University of North Carolina but took early retirement to engage himself in writing as a career. He has written more than a dozen books on topics of Health, Aging, Vegetarianism, Weight control, Stress-free living, Meditation, Yoga, Power of Now, Spirituality, Soul, God, Science, and Religion. The book under review is a pointer to his line of thinking on "The God of Spirituality". In the opening para of his Introduction, he poses some interesting questions: What is God? Does He really exist? Why do we search for God? Do religions really believe in the same God? Why are there religious wars? He sums up the purpose of writing this book: "Our purpose is not to create a new religion, sect or movement, but to understand the concept of God, which constitutes the spiritual basis of living. The understanding that will put us on a road to love and happiness irrespective of our faith".

The contents of this volume are covered in sixteen Chapters. In the Chapter "A History of the Mythology of God", author traces how human society changed from hunter gatherers to farmers with the invention of agriculture in Turkey. The female God was replaced by the male God and violence was introduced in the religion. The author pleads: "Instead of searching for God that is tangled up with violence and survival, today we should search for God of spirituality". The concept of God has evolved over centuries, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Sikhism practice Monotheism, while Hinduism believes in Pantheism. However, Sikhism differs fundamentally from other religions in its concept of God: "In Sikhism God is loving, kind, compassionate, caring, and omnipresent. Sikh religion does not support the concept of God who punishes his creation for perceived sins and punishes for bad karma".

In the Chapter "The Concept of God Today", author has given analogies to explain why we cannot see God and discussed the role of Science: "Science may not find God up in the sky who keeps track of everything, but the incredible awareness and intelligence that exists in life, in nature, and in us on this earth constitutes the scientific basis of His existence. It's impossible to see God, because He resides in us. Since we and God are one, we obviously can't see God, just as, for instance, an eye cannot see itself. This is like individual waves are part of the same ocean or individual rays are part of the same Sun".

In the Chapter, "God and Spirit", I find the unique definition of Emotion and Spirituality as follows: "Mind, in the way we use the word, is not just thought. It includes your emotions as well as all unconscious mental-emotional reactive patterns. Emotion arises at the place where mind and body meet. It is the body's reaction to your mind - or you might say a reflection of your mind in the body. "Spirituality is defined as the self, connected (by consciousness/ energy) to The Higher Power. We are all part of the One Spirit. When one experiences the true meaning of spirituality, which is to know God, you will realize that He is your Self, and that He exists equally and impartially in all beings."

"The Self is the knower, the observer, and the witness. It sees everything and not seen by the seer. Our awareness of Being is consciousness. The body has no awareness of its own if it were not pervaded by consciousness; it would be just a lump of flesh. The mind has no awareness of its own and does not even have true intelligence. The mind can only think and doubt. It has beliefs, opinions, likes, dislikes but is not aware of anything. Awareness and true intelligence exist within the SELF". According to author, Ego, Intellect and Senses are barriers to Spirituality: " When the five senses are stilled and thinking has ceased, when the intellect does not stir, in between two thoughts, then one can enjoy the tranquility of mind and reaches the highest state of spirituality". The real spiritual experience is so profound that it wholly transforms the character of the individual.

In the Chapter, "Spiritual Need to Search for God", author gives a quote from Chinese Philosopher Lao Tse: "Understanding others is wisdom. Understanding yourself is enlightenment". Heaven and Hell are not some physical spaces in the Universe but just the states of Mind: "Hell is the state of your mind when you are miserable, when you are torturing yourself. Heaven is the state of your mind when you are enjoying, when you are feeling a well-being, a deep sense of inner peace and inner health". The affinity of Mind and Soul is a reality: "The mind and soul are not separate. The mind is like the waves on the surface of the soul ocean". Guru Nanak spoke about this affinity as follows: O’ my mind you are the embodiment of the soul; Recognize your origin." (Guru Granth, p. 441).

The author has condemned rituals vociferously: "Most of the religions today are limited to mere rituals. In the faith of spirituality, those alone are considered 'blessed' who understand the true message and live by it. By sticking to rituals we unwittingly give rise to the concept of 'give and take' deals, such as: 'O, Lord, I will arrange to do this and that, if I am blessed with such and such object I long for'! By resorting to such rituals we are only attempting to bribe God and fooling ourselves in the bargain". The final blow to rituals comes at the end of the Chapter: "Turn about and get rid of the false notions that mere reciting and chanting of scriptures repeatedly is enough. No, it is not. Act upon what you read. This way, all rituals will automatically lose their importance, and we will start treading the path of 'Truthful Living' once again. This is our true religion without guilt".

"God and Spiritual Enlightenment" is a brief Chapter which begins with a message: "We know that only physical body ages, spirit is not affected by time or age. A few blessed ones realize that state of mind". Twenty one characteristics of a spiritual person are given but I took fancy to number 20, as I knew both these persons as true exemplars: "Those who are engaged in the service of God’s creation are leading the Spiritual life. Mother Teresa, who dedicated her life in the service of needy and helpless humanity, is the example of Spirituality. So was Bhagat Puran Singh of Pingalwara in Amritsar, India who took care of the poor and sick".

Chapter on "Spirituality and Religion" defines "God of Spirituality" which is a unique contribution of the author. It does not match with the concept of God in Semitic religions. Thus “God of Spirituality” has no devils and evil. God is loving, kind, compassionate, caring, and omnipresent. The realization of “God of Spirituality” does not support the concept of God who punishes his creation for perceived sins and punishes for bad karma. Therefore, there is no doctrine of karma in any fatalistic or deterministic sense".

Journey of "Man to God" is the subject matter of next Chapter. The author defines the "Conditioned Mind": "The essential nature of the mind is pure awareness. However, when it comes in contact with three qualities of material nature called Maya —Ignorance (Taamas), passion (Raajas), and goodness (Saatav) — it becomes conditioned and forgets its true identity. A scientific analysis of the psychological being in man reveals these three thought-conditions under which the human mind functions".

"Why God is a Mystery"? Author gives one reason in this Chapter: "Just as a bird flying in the infinite space does not leave any marks behind, similarly, God does not leave any footprints in the material world!". God is Omnipresent but remains a 'Concept God', invisible to devotees: "God is everywhere, in every atom of the visible and invisible Cosmos as a Power of evolution and involution. Thus the Universe itself is unfolding out of its own essence beyond the reach of our limited senses. There is no absolute proof of the presence of the Absolute, Infinite God". The author offers the solution to this riddle: "God cannot be confined within the limits of the finite experience of our limited body-mind-intellect apparatus. It will continue as a mystery unless we try to understand the laws of nature in light of scientific knowledge".

It looks logical when author argues in "Logic and God": "God is not a logical proposition: you cannot prove it by logic; you cannot disprove it by logic. Logic is utterly irrelevant to God". In the Chapter, "Science, God and Spirituality", he makes an unsolicited but bold statement: "God is an idea in theology, though we try to make it a reality. Science makes it real, because universal energy is real and in science god is accepted as universal energy or all powerful God". The connection between Mind, Consciousness and Energy is defined as follows: "The mind is all natural consciousness of energy. The energy is everywhere, so is the consciousness because it is one of the properties of energy". According to author God is Energy or Energy is God: "Whereas, any kind of matter can change or be destroyed but the energy, according to law of thermodynamics, can neither be destroyed nor be created. This is also called the law of conservation of energy. Energy is not only the highest of all, it is the Greatest of All or the Almighty God".



In the Chapter, "Meditating to Spirituality", the author presents the concept of Universal Religion:"The concept of universal religion does not pertain to any particular group of people, particular geographical area, sect or cult but can be practiced by all people at all times to live spiritually, attain divinity and state of realization of GOD". The methods of natural meditation are discussed. Author quotes Guru Nanak doctrine: "With your hands and feet, do all your work, but let your conscience remain with the immaculate Lord (Guru Granth, p. 1376). I find the best example of natural meditation again in SGGS: "O Nanak, meeting the True Guru, one comes to know the Perfect Way of life, i.e. awakened conscience. While laughing, playing, dressing and eating with awakened conscience, he is liberated" (Guru Granth, p.522). Another highlight of this Chapter is 20 point agenda proposed by the author for meditating to 'God of Spirituality'.



The biggest hurdle to spiritual realization is our Ego: "Ego is not only the biggest hurdle in spiritual realization, it leads to many vices. A mind filled with an ego may have no room for virtues. Ego is like fire constantly in need of fuel in the form of recognition from others. It becomes an essential part of the mind, with the result that the conscious mind is nothing but ego. The ego does not allow the mind to think about spiritual development". The author has given some hints to get rid of Ego to move on to the spiritual path following Guru Nanak: "His blessings come when we live in His “Will” and loose false ego".



In the last Chapter, "Some Spiritual Virtues", author recounts that in addition to living in God's will and control over ego, one has to inculcate some additional qualities as virtues, "surrender, prayer, harmony, and the “power of inner-self” are some of the most important virtues to walk on spiritual path". Then he narrates a story from Tolstoy to bring home the truth of 'surrender to God's Will'. Another story is related to 'power of prayer', in which a terminal patient is cured by the prayer of his wife, when doctors declared it a hopeless case. Love and Harmony is another theme dealt with in this chapter.



The author points out the havoc created by the charlatans posing themselves as holy persons: "But our contemporary scenario is devastating and is a tool of destruction. Floated with innumerable gurus, saints and varied faiths which propel human to indulge in never-ending rituals and practices and claim to procreate riches and luxuries; prosperity and happiness; wealth and health, through this medium of religion. Religion by these entrepreneurs is exhibited as a factory which manufactures all that you desire, a multi-purpose machine, which creates all tangibles one can dream of. Mere chanting of mantras, recitation of prayers and illogical rituals are a gateway to prosperity as per the belief of these physical Gurus".



The author concludes this monograph with the following remarks:

1). “The Creator is in the Creation, and the Creation is in the Creator." That is the ultimate truth. 2). “If we don’t see God in all, we cannot see God at all". 3). Because God is one and only one who is neither born nor dies. That is why we can say, "God does not come in anthropomorphic form".



"In Search of God: The God of Spirituality" is a unique contribution of Dr Sukhraj Singh Dhillon in the domain of scientific study of Theology and Religion. He took pains to quote from both Eastern and Western religious traditions in support of his arguments. Sikh Gurus and other contributors of Sri Guru Granth Sahib have defined God as Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Transcendental (Nirgun), Immanent (Sargun) and in various other ways. Guru Gobind Singh in Jap Bani has stated that description of God is not possible. However, the author hypothesizes 'God is Energy' in the Chapter, "Science, God and Spirituality". I consider it as a bold attempt by the scientist author to define God.



It is duty of the reviewer to report plus and minus points. On the whole, the author is a trailblazer on the topic under discussion in this volume. There are very few typos which need the attention of the author. The Gurbani quote used for Guru Nanak doctrine (Guru Granth, p. 1376) belongs to Bhagat Kabir, annotated by Guru Arjan. Most of the books are followed by the bibliography to show the resource material used by the author. I hardly find any in the book except copious quotes from Guru Granth and the Holy Bible.



I hope this volume will help the seekers of all faiths in their search for God. The author deserves our praise for introducing the concept of "God of Spirituality" for both scientists and non-scientists in this era of Science and Technology. There is dearth of books in this area in the Sikh literature. In 1970s, Wadhawa Singh wrote "Waheguru Darshan" in Punjabi. I wish the author brings out its Punjabi version in the near future for the benefit of Punjabi readers.
 

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Book Title: In Search of GOD: The God of Spirituality

Author: Sukhraj Singh Dhillon Ph.D. , Mountain House, California, USA-95391.

Publisher: Create Space Independent Publishing Platform (2011), US$ 9.84, pages 164.

Reviewer: Hardev Singh Virk, Professor of Eminence, SGGS World University, Fatehgarh Sahib


Sukhraj Singh Dhillon is an eminent Scientist by training at Yale university in Life Sciences; he served as a Professor in University of North Carolina but took early retirement to engage himself in writing as a career. He has written more than a dozen books on topics of Health, Aging, Vegetarianism, Weight control, Stress-free living, Meditation, Yoga, Power of Now, Spirituality, Soul, God, Science, and Religion. The book under review is a pointer to his line of thinking on "The God of Spirituality". In the opening para of his Introduction, he poses some interesting questions: What is God? Does He really exist? Why do we search for God? Do religions really believe in the same God? Why are there religious wars? He sums up the purpose of writing this book: "Our purpose is not to create a new religion, sect or movement, but to understand the concept of God, which constitutes the spiritual basis of living. The understanding that will put us on a road to love and happiness irrespective of our faith".

The contents of this volume are covered in sixteen Chapters. In the Chapter "A History of the Mythology of God", author traces how human society changed from hunter gatherers to farmers with the invention of agriculture in Turkey. The female God was replaced by the male God and violence was introduced in the religion. The author pleads: "Instead of searching for God that is tangled up with violence and survival, today we should search for God of spirituality". The concept of God has evolved over centuries, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Sikhism practice Monotheism, while Hinduism believes in Pantheism. However, Sikhism differs fundamentally from other religions in its concept of God: "In Sikhism God is loving, kind, compassionate, caring, and omnipresent. Sikh religion does not support the concept of God who punishes his creation for perceived sins and punishes for bad karma".

In the Chapter "The Concept of God Today", author has given analogies to explain why we cannot see God and discussed the role of Science: "Science may not find God up in the sky who keeps track of everything, but the incredible awareness and intelligence that exists in life, in nature, and in us on this earth constitutes the scientific basis of His existence. It's impossible to see God, because He resides in us. Since we and God are one, we obviously can't see God, just as, for instance, an eye cannot see itself. This is like individual waves are part of the same ocean or individual rays are part of the same Sun".

In the Chapter, "God and Spirit", I find the unique definition of Emotion and Spirituality as follows: "Mind, in the way we use the word, is not just thought. It includes your emotions as well as all unconscious mental-emotional reactive patterns. Emotion arises at the place where mind and body meet. It is the body's reaction to your mind - or you might say a reflection of your mind in the body. "Spirituality is defined as the self, connected (by consciousness/ energy) to The Higher Power. We are all part of the One Spirit. When one experiences the true meaning of spirituality, which is to know God, you will realize that He is your Self, and that He exists equally and impartially in all beings."

"The Self is the knower, the observer, and the witness. It sees everything and not seen by the seer. Our awareness of Being is consciousness. The body has no awareness of its own if it were not pervaded by consciousness; it would be just a lump of flesh. The mind has no awareness of its own and does not even have true intelligence. The mind can only think and doubt. It has beliefs, opinions, likes, dislikes but is not aware of anything. Awareness and true intelligence exist within the SELF". According to author, Ego, Intellect and Senses are barriers to Spirituality: " When the five senses are stilled and thinking has ceased, when the intellect does not stir, in between two thoughts, then one can enjoy the tranquility of mind and reaches the highest state of spirituality". The real spiritual experience is so profound that it wholly transforms the character of the individual.

In the Chapter, "Spiritual Need to Search for God", author gives a quote from Chinese Philosopher Lao Tse: "Understanding others is wisdom. Understanding yourself is enlightenment". Heaven and Hell are not some physical spaces in the Universe but just the states of Mind: "Hell is the state of your mind when you are miserable, when you are torturing yourself. Heaven is the state of your mind when you are enjoying, when you are feeling a well-being, a deep sense of inner peace and inner health". The affinity of Mind and Soul is a reality: "The mind and soul are not separate. The mind is like the waves on the surface of the soul ocean". Guru Nanak spoke about this affinity as follows: O’ my mind you are the embodiment of the soul; Recognize your origin." (Guru Granth, p. 441).

The author has condemned rituals vociferously: "Most of the religions today are limited to mere rituals. In the faith of spirituality, those alone are considered 'blessed' who understand the true message and live by it. By sticking to rituals we unwittingly give rise to the concept of 'give and take' deals, such as: 'O, Lord, I will arrange to do this and that, if I am blessed with such and such object I long for'! By resorting to such rituals we are only attempting to bribe God and fooling ourselves in the bargain". The final blow to rituals comes at the end of the Chapter: "Turn about and get rid of the false notions that mere reciting and chanting of scriptures repeatedly is enough. No, it is not. Act upon what you read. This way, all rituals will automatically lose their importance, and we will start treading the path of 'Truthful Living' once again. This is our true religion without guilt".

"God and Spiritual Enlightenment" is a brief Chapter which begins with a message: "We know that only physical body ages, spirit is not affected by time or age. A few blessed ones realize that state of mind". Twenty one characteristics of a spiritual person are given but I took fancy to number 20, as I knew both these persons as true exemplars: "Those who are engaged in the service of God’s creation are leading the Spiritual life. Mother Teresa, who dedicated her life in the service of needy and helpless humanity, is the example of Spirituality. So was Bhagat Puran Singh of Pingalwara in Amritsar, India who took care of the poor and sick".

Chapter on "Spirituality and Religion" defines "God of Spirituality" which is a unique contribution of the author. It does not match with the concept of God in Semitic religions. Thus “God of Spirituality” has no devils and evil. God is loving, kind, compassionate, caring, and omnipresent. The realization of “God of Spirituality” does not support the concept of God who punishes his creation for perceived sins and punishes for bad karma. Therefore, there is no doctrine of karma in any fatalistic or deterministic sense".

Journey of "Man to God" is the subject matter of next Chapter. The author defines the "Conditioned Mind": "The essential nature of the mind is pure awareness. However, when it comes in contact with three qualities of material nature called Maya —Ignorance (Taamas), passion (Raajas), and goodness (Saatav) — it becomes conditioned and forgets its true identity. A scientific analysis of the psychological being in man reveals these three thought-conditions under which the human mind functions".

"Why God is a Mystery"? Author gives one reason in this Chapter: "Just as a bird flying in the infinite space does not leave any marks behind, similarly, God does not leave any footprints in the material world!". God is Omnipresent but remains a 'Concept God', invisible to devotees: "God is everywhere, in every atom of the visible and invisible Cosmos as a Power of evolution and involution. Thus the Universe itself is unfolding out of its own essence beyond the reach of our limited senses. There is no absolute proof of the presence of the Absolute, Infinite God". The author offers the solution to this riddle: "God cannot be confined within the limits of the finite experience of our limited body-mind-intellect apparatus. It will continue as a mystery unless we try to understand the laws of nature in light of scientific knowledge".

It looks logical when author argues in "Logic and God": "God is not a logical proposition: you cannot prove it by logic; you cannot disprove it by logic. Logic is utterly irrelevant to God". In the Chapter, "Science, God and Spirituality", he makes an unsolicited but bold statement: "God is an idea in theology, though we try to make it a reality. Science makes it real, because universal energy is real and in science god is accepted as universal energy or all powerful God". The connection between Mind, Consciousness and Energy is defined as follows: "The mind is all natural consciousness of energy. The energy is everywhere, so is the consciousness because it is one of the properties of energy". According to author God is Energy or Energy is God: "Whereas, any kind of matter can change or be destroyed but the energy, according to law of thermodynamics, can neither be destroyed nor be created. This is also called the law of conservation of energy. Energy is not only the highest of all, it is the Greatest of All or the Almighty God".



In the Chapter, "Meditating to Spirituality", the author presents the concept of Universal Religion:"The concept of universal religion does not pertain to any particular group of people, particular geographical area, sect or cult but can be practiced by all people at all times to live spiritually, attain divinity and state of realization of GOD". The methods of natural meditation are discussed. Author quotes Guru Nanak doctrine: "With your hands and feet, do all your work, but let your conscience remain with the immaculate Lord (Guru Granth, p. 1376). I find the best example of natural meditation again in SGGS: "O Nanak, meeting the True Guru, one comes to know the Perfect Way of life, i.e. awakened conscience. While laughing, playing, dressing and eating with awakened conscience, he is liberated" (Guru Granth, p.522). Another highlight of this Chapter is 20 point agenda proposed by the author for meditating to 'God of Spirituality'.



The biggest hurdle to spiritual realization is our Ego: "Ego is not only the biggest hurdle in spiritual realization, it leads to many vices. A mind filled with an ego may have no room for virtues. Ego is like fire constantly in need of fuel in the form of recognition from others. It becomes an essential part of the mind, with the result that the conscious mind is nothing but ego. The ego does not allow the mind to think about spiritual development". The author has given some hints to get rid of Ego to move on to the spiritual path following Guru Nanak: "His blessings come when we live in His “Will” and loose false ego".



In the last Chapter, "Some Spiritual Virtues", author recounts that in addition to living in God's will and control over ego, one has to inculcate some additional qualities as virtues, "surrender, prayer, harmony, and the “power of inner-self” are some of the most important virtues to walk on spiritual path". Then he narrates a story from Tolstoy to bring home the truth of 'surrender to God's Will'. Another story is related to 'power of prayer', in which a terminal patient is cured by the prayer of his wife, when doctors declared it a hopeless case. Love and Harmony is another theme dealt with in this chapter.



The author points out the havoc created by the charlatans posing themselves as holy persons: "But our contemporary scenario is devastating and is a tool of destruction. Floated with innumerable gurus, saints and varied faiths which propel human to indulge in never-ending rituals and practices and claim to procreate riches and luxuries; prosperity and happiness; wealth and health, through this medium of religion. Religion by these entrepreneurs is exhibited as a factory which manufactures all that you desire, a multi-purpose machine, which creates all tangibles one can dream of. Mere chanting of mantras, recitation of prayers and illogical rituals are a gateway to prosperity as per the belief of these physical Gurus".



The author concludes this monograph with the following remarks:

1). “The Creator is in the Creation, and the Creation is in the Creator." That is the ultimate truth. 2). “If we don’t see God in all, we cannot see God at all". 3). Because God is one and only one who is neither born nor dies. That is why we can say, "God does not come in anthropomorphic form".



"In Search of God: The God of Spirituality" is a unique contribution of Dr Sukhraj Singh Dhillon in the domain of scientific study of Theology and Religion. He took pains to quote from both Eastern and Western religious traditions in support of his arguments. Sikh Gurus and other contributors of Sri Guru Granth Sahib have defined God as Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Transcendental (Nirgun), Immanent (Sargun) and in various other ways. Guru Gobind Singh in Jap Bani has stated that description of God is not possible. However, the author hypothesizes 'God is Energy' in the Chapter, "Science, God and Spirituality". I consider it as a bold attempt by the scientist author to define God.



It is duty of the reviewer to report plus and minus points. On the whole, the author is a trailblazer on the topic under discussion in this volume. There are very few typos which need the attention of the author. The Gurbani quote used for Guru Nanak doctrine (Guru Granth, p. 1376) belongs to Bhagat Kabir, annotated by Guru Arjan. Most of the books are followed by the bibliography to show the resource material used by the author. I hardly find any in the book except copious quotes from Guru Granth and the Holy Bible.



I hope this volume will help the seekers of all faiths in their search for God. The author deserves our praise for introducing the concept of "God of Spirituality" for both scientists and non-scientists in this era of Science and Technology. There is dearth of books in this area in the Sikh literature. In 1970s, Wadhawa Singh wrote "Waheguru Darshan" in Punjabi. I wish the author brings out its Punjabi version in the near future for the benefit of Punjabi readers.
Sat Sri Akaal,

Seekers philosophy transforms the Seekers mindset from Mysticism to Realism. Journey of Ignorance to Illumination. Human mind have explored lesser percentage of Nature Truth. Researches are doing effort to explore more but end leads to infinity fir ever expanding and evolving TRUTHs of the outer world.

So this is Mysticism reality, which is IGNORANCE and awareness of unreachable infinity.

GOD is a nature's phenomenon ie there is Energy else GOD ( Generated from energy, as a form, will Operate and Destroy)

The Mysticism is understanding of infinite creation by Nature which is beyond container of human mind. So life experience Mystic

But it is IGNORANCE which makes it MYSTIC, connect to Awareness brings illumination.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
 
If someone could help me with this. I would really like to read the book The Search of God ect. that the piece that was shared came from. I tried Amazon with no luck. Ecosia sent me back to this forum. I would really like to study this
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If someone could help me with this. I would really like to read the book The Search of God ect. that the piece that was shared came from. I tried Amazon with no luck. Ecosia sent me back to this forum. I would really like to study this
Thank you!
As told by author, it is on Amazon. All his books (10-12) are on Amazon. Google will lead U to his books & contact.
 

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