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Into the Fire

Into The Fire continues where A Light in the Darkness leaves off. In this part of Phyllis’s journey inward, she is led to an entirely new view of Good and Evil that goes beyond the limitations of conventional history, culture, religion, and our associations with the roles of man and woman. She learns that there are sources of wisdom available to the most ordinary among us, wisdom we desperately need in the confusing and sometimes very frightening world we live in.

A New View of Good and Evil

 

Into The Fire continues where A Light in the Darkness leaves off. In this part of Phyllis’s journey inward, she is led to an entirely new view of Good and Evil that goes beyond the limitations of conventional history, culture, religion, and our associations with the roles of man and woman. She learns that there are sources of wisdom available to the most ordinary among us, the wisdom we desperately need in the confusing and sometimes very frightening world we live in.

Does a belief in Good and Evil ultimately serve us? Where did it come from, and where has it gotten us? These are some of the big questions that presented themselves to Phyllis as she questioned the meaning and purpose of her personal pain and struggles, knowing countless people lived in pain alongside her. Into the Fire shines a new light on our beliefs in Good and Evil and how to exit from the snares of judgment of self and others it continually fuels.

 

Soul’s Purpose

 

Phyllis stands in the fire of her own truth and shares her raw and emotional story of personal challenge and difficulty. She questions what her Soul came here to learn from everything that is playing out on the entire Earth and how she might one day be of service. The answers come through her faithful transcriptions of what the Divine Source told her about life, the human condition, and our collective journey from separation to wholeness, from Darkness to Light, from the war of Duality to the reunion of Divine Love.

What there is to Learn Rather than Judge

 

Into the Fire teaches us to focus on what there is for us to learn from all experiences rather than to judge. Phyllis asks Divine Source many questions crucial for this era, especially: How do we get out of the wars generated by our belief in Good and Evil, wars that have the potential to kill us all? While the answers she received are not esoteric, they could be considered the White Magic that will save the planet and everyone on it.