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The Great American Guru: A Mystic in the Bible Belt

The Great American Guru is a complete “how to” guide for spiritual enlightenment. Read a page, this begins a spellbinding journey of Audle Allison through his luminous life, fully transforming into an enlightened man-God man! His seventy years of difficult transformation and crystallizing pain also reveals the joy and humor of becoming more of the true self.
Audle, born in Missouri during the First World War, suffers from multiple health issues with amazing results. Nevertheless, his mother Effie dies of influenza before Audle fully recovers. Audle's father Oscar is a workaholic, expressing a wealthy mentality. However, he loses everything in the Depression Era when the banks fail. After the family moves from their mansion to the poor side of town, Audle faces the hardships of poverty, family disagreements, and the cruelty of teenage gang fighters-yet inspires himself to get tough with body-building and sports.
Finally, he achieves the status of athletic hero, war veteran, and successful businessman. However, a midlife crisis brings him to his knees, asking, “What is life all about, and why am I here?” He is desperate for answers, which attract his teachers and gurus, who open his mind to a direct experience into God consciousness. Audle crystallizes his pain into wisdom as he propels his consciousness beyond the human veil. With mastery comes the amazing realization that to serve the divine self is the first priority. As a result, he realizes the Great Laws of the Universe and wants to share this philosophy. He begins his spiritual job by teaching meditation in Oklahoma City-a mystic in the Bible Belt. God has a sense of humor. The results of his teaching are astounding: emotional people smile; hippies get a job; happiness resolves depression; atheists find God; alcoholics transform their lives; hundreds of people find incredible peace in meditation. A new consciousness is born to humanity. Follow a master's pattern.
868 printed pages
Original publication
2014

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