Sept. 3, 2012
-- The Truth At Last! is a short book; it can be read in an hour. But author Sufi George warns that the second reading takes much longer.
He aims the book at young adults, especially including depressed teenagers. He cites young people "living in a world of chaos and uncertainty, in a culture full of fear and violence," as those who can benefit most.
In essence, Sufi George illuminates several questions about the nature of reality, universal and personal, using the latest scientific truth, and his presentation is designed to awaken a new world view and "a fresh way of seeing oneself."
“Of greatest significance is answering the question, where am I?,” Sufi George said in an interview. He is a new paradigm metaphysician residing in Phoenix, Arizona, and author of dozens other books and videos.
“The answer to that question can be very startling, seeing how we now view our universe as essentially made of nothing, or antimaterial reality at best,” he says.
“Learning this and applying it to ourselves, we begin to see ourselves as non-material beings. All, all of the claptrap that is clinging to us as beliefs falls away, it disappears,”
he says. “It is a real house-cleaning, and problems are scraped away along with all the claptrap. It is a fresh start.”
Sufi George says that this realization gives a person a new beginning. It has all the eerie flavor of the mystic, yet it begs to be checked out.
Sufi George’s new book The Truth At Last! cogently summarizes what is now known as scientific truth. Its conclusions turn one’s world upside-down and set one to spinning in space. The book is available online at http://sufigeorge.net
and free look inside is provided.