Richard Martini

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  1. KenJ

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    There are some books that I read that I wish everyone in my family would read so that we were able to communicate by being “on the same page” so to speak, Flipside by Richard Martini is one such book. Rich, as he is called, is a filmmaker who has had quite a few life experiences, traveled a lot, and filmed quite a few Newton therapy sessions as well as being the subject in several regression sessions. Kindle version is $4.99. Yeah, I know, the book is six years old at this point!

    Nothing really new, but I liked it perhaps because it was expressed differently and had quite a few excerpts from regression sessions.

    I don’t know if it is simply that I accept everything he wrote or it just fit where I am at this point in my life. I surfed to see what I could find on the web and found several videos. I see that he has two later books out that I have not read.

    Here are links to three of his hour-long videos where much is the same in each, but the first two, which are older, seem to have more content: flipside 2012
    To be or not to be 2013
    And 2014,

    He also has a two-hour video this year:
     
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    Fascinating stories in his video. I just purchased "Flipside" and "Hacking the Afterlife." Thanks, KenJ, for posting and recommending his books.
     
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    Another Book by Martini - Hacking the Afterlife - 2016 - 575 pages.

    It took me a long time to get through it with all that has been going with the season, but it held my interest. The author covered ground I was familiar with as well as a lot of new material. A lot of transcripts of sessions that he filmed or otherwise experienced, his research into Amelia Earhart's life, and quite a few chapters (about a third of the book) about Jesus and other people that existed during that period. It was interesting to see Jesus in a different light where his sense of humor and playfulness was shown, and the effect he had on the people that got close to him in regressions. Warning: You need to have an open mind to read and enjoy this rather long book - I do recommend it.
     

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