What Readers are saying about The Earth Adventure
Ron Scolastico is a wonderful teacher....
Jack Canfield, Chicken Soup for the Soul
For more information about his work, visit Ron Scolastico's website or call 1-818-224-4488.
"The Earth Adventure is a mystical and powerfully moving source of wisdom and inspiration."
Barbara de Angelis,
author of How to Make Love All The Time
"This is the book I kept by my side as I helped my mother make her transition. I read it aloud and it helped both of us remember the larger spiritual truth during that bittersweet time."
Mary Lou Spencer, R.N.
_"Well worth your time, effort, and money if you are a person who wants to explore new thoughts and feelings, and are interested in spiritual reality."
Whole Life Times
_"This book is a spiritual sizzler."
"The Earth Adventure is quite profound. The wisdom and guidance in this book is believable and sound. Highly recommended."
Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship
"This book offers us a whole new beginning in the way we think about ourselves. The Guides retell the history of mankind, and instead of a history of war and strife, we find ourselves in a chronicle of love, creativity, and grandeur."
President, Marketing Partners, Inc.
_"As a student of metaphysics for many years, I can say that The Earth Adventure is the most rational and loving spiritual framework that I have ever found. I heartily recommend this book to those who seek deeper insights into the adventure of life."
Robert E. Skenes, Ph.D.,
_"Dr. Scolastico guides the reader through a poetic adventure that is inspiring and wise. This loving communication constructs a bridge between the tangible and the spiritual, enhancing the self to expand beyond its usual boundaries."
Noel A. Schweig, M.D.,
_"The Earth Adventure" discusses the nature, meaning, and purpose of human life from the largest possible perspective. It touches on everything from our ultimate cosmic destiny to the psychology of aging. Along the way it illuminates reincarnation, explains the place of feeling in cognition, and teaches how to understand and work with dreams. In short, it explains what living as a soul in physical reality is all about. Those who are already interested in higher wisdom will be immediately drawn to it. But those who are not as elevated in their interests, being fully absorbed in the everyday drama of ordinary life--those, too, will find much benefit in it as well. Though it talks about higher things in providing a sort of map of life for the rational soul, it does not ask one to "believe" anything or to accept anything on faith. Therefore both the fanatic believer and the firm atheist can read it with great benefit. I can't recommend this book highly enough.
John Bardi, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy, Penn State University