'I AM' The Open Door - Ascended Master Discourses, Peter Mt. Shasta
How to contact your Higher Self, the I AM Presence, and bring that love, wisdom and power into your daily life as a Master. Fourteen discourses, given by Ascended Masters - beings who once were embodied on the Earth, who raised their vibratory rate into a higher dimension, from where they now serve humanity. You can contact these beings with an introduction through the texts in this book.
Ten different Masters appeared visibly to Peter Mt. Shasta over a period of 14 days, to transmit these fourteen uplifting discourses. The power that emanates from this book explains why it has been a best-seller from its 1978 hardcover publication.
'I AM' The Open Door
Peter journeyed to the Far East. In India he spent time with Ram Dass and his guru, Neem Karoli Baba, eventually traveling to the Himalayan foothills to live briefly with Gongotri Baba, a disciple of Babaji. Later he traveled to Tibet and Egypt, but did not find his true path until Sathya Sai Baba instructed him to meditate on the I AM--where all paths become one.
Returning from the East, the Ascended Master Saint Germain, initiator of the Aquarian Age, materialized before him in Muir Woods near San Francisco and told him to go to Mount Shasta where he would meet the teacher who would prepare him to work with the Masters in their quest to help humanity. This teacher was Pearl Dorris, a former assistant to Godfre Ray King (author of "Unveiled Mysteries"). Vowing to accomplish the training that was offered, he went through years of instruction, initiation, and adventures at the hands of the Masters, who occasionally appeared in physical form. These adventures are described in his best-selling book, "Apprentice to the Masters: Adventures of a Western Mystic, Book II."
He later wrote the first part of his autobiography that describes his childhood, spiritual awakening, meetings with Neem Karoli Baba, Anandamayi Ma, Sathya Sai Baba, and many other enlightened beings in: "Search for the Guru: Apprentice to the Masters, Book I."
More recently he wrote of his mission to Tibet and the request of Saint Germain to incorporate elements of Tibetan Buddhism into the I AM teachings: "My Search in Tibet for the Secret Wish-Fulfilling Jewel."