Richard Bach

Hypnotizing Maria

This philosophical novel “mines the same territory as The Secret” but is “far richer, raising provocative questions” (Publishers Weekly).
Flight instructor Jamie Forbes guides a woman to landing her plane safely after her husband loses consciousness, then flies on to his own destination unimpressed by his act . . . flight instructors guide students every day. Only after she tells reporters that a stranger appeared in an airplane alongside hers and hypnotized her into landing, and after he meets his own guiding stranger does he solve the bigger mystery: how each of us creates, step by step, what seems to be the solid world around us. The best mysteries are the ones whose answers lie in front of us, in plain sight. The best solutions are those moments when all of a sudden we realize what we’ve known all along.
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  • Victoriahar citeretfor 7 år siden
    If it weren't for miseducation, you could walk through that wall.
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    Attitude, choice, desire, thought Jamie Forbes. Of course! Aware or not, conscious or not, that's what determines which suggestions I accept. They affect these little strings, these thought-particles this guy is calling . . . what? He read back a sentence: imajons.
    Some common positive conceptons are exhilarons, excytons, rhapsodons, jovions. Common negative conceptons include
  • Victoriahar citeretfor 7 år siden
    So what? Here's what, it said. You're the one who's hypnotized yourself into the life you live every day.
    Here's what: You can de-hypnotize yourself.
    Take all the time in the world, please, and think about what that might mean.

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