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Kyle Gray has done an exceptional job of teaching his readers how to further understand spirit and grow in their spiritual connection with angles and the universe. His message and teachings are loving, authentic and a gift to all who are looking to shine and share their light.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I cannot tell you how much I loved he audible . I am on my second read. I can go for more. He is an absolute inspiration.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
writing and speaking with integrity. good storytelling combined with practical exercises. sincere words of kindness and love.
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As a long term yogi and lightworker I see the light in Kyle but I also see how his ego keeps him operating in the lower chakras. He is on a journey for sure and his style is perfectly suited for the new abundance of spiritual seekers who seem more intent of 'portraying an image of spirituality' rather than 'being' spiritual. This is why he is such a popular guy, I mean why wouldn't you be popular when you are telling people that it's okay to drink booze and be spiritual?
I only use the following to illustrate a point;
• To be spiritual is to be awake.
• When awake you realise drinking alcohol is detrimental to your accession.
• As you ascend, the lure of alcohol loses it's appeal
• If you are consuming alcohol, you are caught up in the desire of the 5 senses
Another thing is that although a true lightworker may occasionally use a personal experience to communicate a message, he or she is more concerned with how they can be of service. Service and devotion. So regular comments such as 'look at what I did' and 'I'm always doing good deeds' shows that the ego is in control and the need to portray this guru image is merely to satisfy the ego.
He is fulfilling his fantasy of fame and illusionary guru like status.
He is very much in the early stages of spiritual development.
Kyle is beautiful and friendly with an engaging voice, but he's not qualified to write such a book.
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