Midwest Book Review, that stalwart supporter of independent presses for years, has reviewed all four books of the Keep This Quiet! series – very positively.
Just today the newest review came in. The new commentary is in the second paragraph – where the reviewer finds the book “an inherently fascinating, engaging thought-provoking, and consistently compelling read from beginning to end.” Check it out. I am most grateful!
Synopsis: In “Keep This Quiet!: More Initiations”, author Margaret A. Harrell dives even deeper into the world of visions, computer-PK (mental influence over the computer), divine guidance, the psychologist Carl Jung, and science. The fourth volume in a thoughtful and occasionally iconoclastic series, “Keep This Quiet” takes place in the ’90s in Tienen, Belgium, where assorted parapsychological phenomena accompany the death of her housemate. Quickly checking in with Hunter Thompson, she winds up at Owl Farm, then returns (via the Bay Area) to her Flemish home base. Initiations welcome her back and she goes further onto her path, which spans spirituality and the quantum mind, Hunter Thompson and the Indian guru Dhyanyogi-ji, whose tradition of Kundalini Maha Yoga she is initiated into.
Critique: “Keep This Quiet!: More Initiations” is an inherently fascinating, engaging thought-provoking, and consistently compelling read from beginning to end. Of special note is the inclusion of exercises to offer the reader deftly crafted practical help in learning how they can work with metaphysical energy. While very highly recommended for community and academic library Metaphysical Studies collections, it should be noted for students and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject that “Keep This Quiet!” is also available in a Kindle edition ($6.95).