Stories in the NAP book

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Poloarcanis
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Stories in the NAP book

Post#1 » Fri Nov 09, 2018 12:42 pm

Hello everyone, I would like to hear some opinions, what do u think about the stories in the book ? The miracles that everyone received ? And someone have a miracle story like these ?


NoxLumina
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Re: Stories in the NAP book

Post#2 » Fri Nov 09, 2018 2:12 pm

Actually yes. I did the Elubatel and Nitika workings for my family (not myself) and within a week, my stepdad got unexpectedly contacted by a friend who hooked him up with a job, and my family also got an unexpected financial windfall that helped a lot. As for the latter I don't know if it's the Nitika working or my mom's magic because we were both working for that. Maybe there was some synergy involved.

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jeff grayhair
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Re: Stories in the NAP book

Post#3 » Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:40 pm

The 70s books carried a lot of exaggerated sensationalism.Let's be frank,if the books didn't carry the overblown testimonies the techniques would only justify a 20 page book.I read NAP several times and will so again yet skip the testimonials.The stories are there to motivate you to give the techniques a try.Too many people get hung up on this and need to just kinda move on and go ahead with the system.


NoxLumina
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Re: Stories in the NAP book

Post#4 » Sun Dec 09, 2018 5:58 pm

It helps to think of the funny 70s vibe of the book, as part of the general LARP/psychodrama/theatrical element that's in many magical currents.

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Diazin
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Re: Stories in the NAP book

Post#5 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:32 pm

For me, those testimonials are much more for getting the reader into a more positive state of mind and help in caring less about what might go wrong. So is the invocation of NAP. I dont see any harm in that.


Ironchakra1
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Re: Stories in the NAP book

Post#6 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 3:23 am

Yup. The stories can get the reader to relate some to other people having struggles in life but then having positive developments unfold as they did the New Avatar work. Instead of just abstractions. Sure, they could be viewed in one sense as the sort of cheesy 70s style, but if you read with a sense of fun and in the flow of the whole deal, it seems pretty cool to me.


jeff grayhair
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Re: Stories in the NAP book

Post#7 » Tue Jan 22, 2019 10:59 pm

All Parker Publishing books have the same layout.Maybe that was part of the agreement between author and publisher before an agreement was signed.If youre browsing through the content at a bookstore the testimonials might appeal to you to buy the book.

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