Husband and Father | Believer in a Higher Love | Inventor |. Saxophone player | Author |

 

Robert Williams

The first books I remember reading from beginning to end were The Hobbit, and then of course, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. I was 14.

I never liked reading prior, mostly because I couldn’t concentrate on the book long enough to get through a single page. Since my earliest memory, I’ve seen things most other people couldn’t (at least in my neighborhood): nature spirits, plant and tree devas, colors of all kinds in and around people and things. To look at something only on the physical level was almost an impossible task.

When I was really young my parents just dismissed my “stories” as a kid who had a “vivid imagination.” But once I turned nine, I remember my parents sitting me down and telling me that what I was seeing was just not real!

“But I’m seeing yukky colors around your bodies right now Mom and Dad!” I protested.

“No you’re not. It’s all in your imagination.”

So I learned to be a good boy and not talk about my condition with anyone. Needless to say, school was a nightmare for me. I couldn’t follow what the teacher was saying because of all the distractions I was seeing not only “on” her, but throughout the classroom. Reading books? No way.

Then…The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings! Finally, characters I could relate to. When I read the part where “Treebeard” moved from his deeply rooted abode to protect Merry and Pippin, I cried. I was totally convinced it was all a true story, maps included just like in the National Geographic Magazines.

It wasn’t until I learned how to control the “volume switch” on my clairvoyance in 1985 that I really began to enjoy books. Then it was like, holy cow, have I got a lot of catching up to do. I loved The Old Man And The Sea, To Kill A Mocking Bird, Anna Karenina, and The Grapes of Wrath, to name a few. Even though those are fantastic books, I haven’t recommended any of them ‘cause I’m sure you’ve already read them. In addition to the classics, I read as many books as I could on spirituality, physics, sacred geometry, and even scriptures from indigenous cultures and the major religions still going strong.

The books I have recommended have gone deeply into my consciousness and have really helped me live. I hope they resonate with you as well.

ROBERT O. WILLIAMS is the inventor and developer of Quantum Code Technology™ (QCT™), Sympathetic Resonance Technology™, (SRT), and Out On The Edge Technology™ (OOTE™).  He is the author of the book Love Is The Power: Moving Humanity From Fear To Love.  And as an  expert in the study of subtle energy engineering and its effect on physical systems his research has provided scientific breakthroughs in field-based technologies, consciousness, and human potential.

In addition to being an inventor and author, Robert has also enjoyed success as a musician and educator.  He taught music at university level, and recorded and performed with such artists as The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Paul Horn, and Charles Lloyd. In 1978, after a decade in the music industry, he served as Executive Director for LoveSongs Productions, Inc., a motion picture and recording production company owned by Michael Love of The Beach Boys.

The direction of Robert’s life and career changed in 1979, when he had a near-death experience. From that point on, he devoted all of his time and energy towards researching consciousness and subtle energy, along with conventional physics and medicine. Since then, he worked with prominent scientists including Professor William Tiller at Stanford University, Professor Beverly Rubik from the University of California at Berkeley, Professor Rustum Roy at Pennsylvania State University, Department of Materials Sciences, and Professor Stuart Krassner, Department of Biology, at the University of California, Irvine.

Robert’s research was published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine and the journal of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine.  He has been a guest lecturer several times at the University of California at Irvine and the Tai Sophia College of Alternative Medicine in Maryland.  https://quantumcodetechnology.com

My 10 Best

(In no order of suggested reading or importance)

The Black Butterfly: An Invitation to Radical Aliveness by Richard Moss

 

My first “near death experience” came in 1979, after which I quit the entertainment business and ventured to live, understand, and research what had happened to me and what I had seen.

It was during this search for meaning that I read every book I could get my hands on regarding sacred geometry, auras, angels, Archangels, what happens after death of the physical body, NDE’s, etc. Although these books were fascinating and helpful, they would tend to space me out. After reading, I would just sit, pray, eat a bit, and love everything and anything that came into my awareness. At the same time, I was isolated and alone. Even my own body seem thousands of miles away from my subjective “witnessing” state.

Someone gave me a copy of Richard Moss’s amazing book and I couldn’t put it down once I read the first two sentences, “The language of transformation grows from dimensions of experience that by their very nature are highly subjective. Our greatest challenge is attempting to appreciate life and ourselves in wholeness, as indivisible parts of an unnameable totality.”

Boom. I had begun to fully incarnate, perhaps for the first time in my life. My body was just as open to and full of God as were the Archangels. Richard has written other books since, but I consider this his magnum opus. I now can pick it up anytime, turn to any page, and find wholeness, truth, and “Radical Aliveness.”

Love and God
by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

 

Although the Maharishi’s Transcendental Meditation has been taught to over 10 million people worldwide, largely because of the 422 scientific studies validating positive health benefits to practitioners, Love and God snuck into mainstream bookstores back in the 70’s.

I got a copy after I learned TM in 1976 and have never tired of reading Maharishi’s beautifully-written prose on two topics close to everyone’s hearts—whether we admit it or not, or regardless of how we name them: Love and God.

This book is a poetic masterpiece and, simply by reading a few pages a day I’ve grown accustomed to the sublime reality of Love and God in my everyday life.

The Untethered Soul
by Michael A. Singer

 

As if an answer to Richard Moss’s, The Black Butterfly, Michael Singer beautifully describes the differences of psychophysiological realities versus that place of true freedom, unbounded, not attached, not resisting, and yet alert and poised to act from the appropriate containers of our physical and subtle bodies.

After reading Richard Moss’s book, Singer’s beautifully-written integration of mind, body, and spirit expanded my own insights into the greater mysteries of life. He heralds the feminine essence to its rightful asana (position) for this time of earth; the awakened “Shakti.”

The Way of The Superior Man
by David Deida

 

“Superior” in the title refers only to other men with masculine essences. Not in any way implying that a man is “superior” to a woman. In fact, this book is one of the best books for men to learn about the unfathomable mysteries of the feminine and her rightful expectations of all humans.

Once I began to fully incarnate after my NDE in 1979, it wasn’t until I discovered David Deida’s body of work that I began to understand where “life force” or “chi” actually comes from and how all the temptations and pitfalls of the masculine ego and mediocracy were sabotaging my full potential of love.

 

Waiting To Love
by David Deida

 

If you can get your hands on this out-of-print book, grab it no matter what the cost! I’ve never read another book with such raw, impeccably honest, in-your-gut truth about how we all use our past habits and patterns to delay our fully enlightened, open hearts to shine through the mind’s investment in separateness.

The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace by Brent N Hunter

 

Finally, a book that has all the noble truths, aphorisms, and the wisdom of the ages, in a totally fun book to read! Brent has captured all that is required, including the transcendent, to cross the paradigm bridge we are all on right now.

60 universal principles of “bridge crossing clarity” are at your figure tips, needing only one page, (sometimes only one sentence), to powerfully convey the tools answering our yearning heart’s impetus to wholeness.

A New Earth
by Eckhart Tolle

 

And what lay at the end of the rainbow? Eckhart Tolle answers this profound question by directly addressing the awakening process, revealing our unique life’s purpose as well as the global cooperative reality of the human race in its next highest level of consciousness.

The new earth is not one of equilibrium, but one full with the unleashed and massive creative potential which will look like, well… whatever it will look like but without cruelty, abuse, and suffering.

The blueprint for this reality is programmed into every single human heart. It’s begging to show itself. Tolle knows this, lives this, and writes about it in this amazing book

 

And There Was Light: The Extraordinary Memoir of a Blind Hero of the French Resistance in World War II by Jacques Lusseyran

 

How do we know enlightenment is possible? How can we maintain faith that cruelty, abuse, and suffering can really end? Because real human beings have realized that reality in the midst of unconscionable circumstances.

Such is the autobiographical story by Jacques Lusseyran who found the Divine Love alive and well, even during the darkest times of WWII.

Breathtaking.

Cosmometry
by Marshall Lefferts

 

When I was a child, I was fortunate to have a friend profoundly familiar with the so-called, “secrets of nature and the cosmos.” He taught me about how geometries are found to be in identical ratios whether it be observed at super small microscopic levels or the vast spaces between galaxies.

Marshall Lefferts’ Cosmometry is by far the most comprehensive “magnum opus,” on the unification of geometry, physics, music, and consciousness of the hundreds of other books I’ve read on these subjects.

There is an underlying order in the universe that turns the law of thermodynamics on its head, yet, unlike others, Lefferts does it without dismissal or irreverence of our current conventional sciences.

Real Magic: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science, and a Guide to the Secret Power of the Universe by Dean Radin, PhD.

 

Professor Radin boldly goes where few academics have dared by presenting scientific proof that the premise of magic needs to change from the woo-woo “Twilight Zone” mindset to, well, real science. Most of the research Radin cites was largely done at the Institute of Noetic Sciences founded by astronaut Edgar Mitchell who was the sixth person to walk on the moon.

After a fascinating historical perspective of magic, Radin provides the most compelling evidence I’ve found to validate such human feats as telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and psychokinesis.

Radin’s personal and humorous style of writing, along with fascinating stories and credible science, make this a book you won’t be able to put down once you start.