By Peter Mt. Shasta
Author of such metaphysical classics as "I AM the Open Door" and the two
volume autobiography, "Adventures of a Western Mystic," Peter Mt.
Shasta here tells of his adventures in Tibet and the teachings that
Saint Germain asked him to bring back to western students of
The impetus for his journey came from an appearance by
the Sixteenth Karmapa, regarded during his life as a living Buddha) in
which he was told to seek a mythical Wish-Fulfilling Jewel. He was also
told to visit the Karmapa's new reincarnation, a seventeen-year-old boy
residing at Tsurphu Monastery. Once in Tibet, he is also given a mission
by the Dalai Lama.
Peter has one adventure after another, in which
he is forced to turn to the Ascended Master Saint Germain and his own I
AM Presence. On the course of the journey his also learns many of the
ancient teachings of Vajrayana Buddhism. It is through his adventures
that Peter realizes the beauty and power of these ancient teachings that
Saint Germain has asked him to share with the West.
explains that in the 1930s he gave the basic knowledge of the Masters
and the I AM Presence to Godfre Ray King (author of Unveiled Mysteries),
but that it is now time for those teachings to be expanded and
deepened. It is on this journey to Tibet that Peter is given expanded
teachings on the nature of mind, and how to invoke its hidden powers of