The process of spiritual discovery became the
focus of Klaus' life in the early 1970ies, when he
and his wife attended classes and seminars led by
the late Dr. Harry and Emilia Rathbun. Their work
focused on the mission and work of the late Dr.
Henry Burton Sharman and his book, Jesus as
Teacher. The Rathbun's own lives'
demonstration that the messenger must be
congruent with the message has left a
life-changing impression on Klaus.
Other spiritual teachers who profoundly impacted
Klaus' life include the late Rev. Dr. Ron Roth,
who, perhaps more convincingly than any other
teacher he had encountered at the time, emphasized
that even the most profound teaching has but
little impact on a person's personal growth unless
it sinks from the level of the mind to the level
of the heart.
With his science background, Klaus has followed
a calling to communicate that the spiritual realm
is no less "real" than the pyhsical reality
familiar to us. In his book, "Expanding
consciousness, wisdom, compassion, love,"
he presents how even a person with a formal
natural sciences background can come to the
expanded perception/view that "there is more
to Life than life."
In his book, "The
Orb Project," co-authored
with Dr. Miceal Ledwith and with an extended
foreword by Dr. William A. Tiller, Klaus discusses
digital photographs that contain clear and
irrefutable evidence of phenomena that cannot be
explained on the basis of conventional physics.
Building on this work, Klaus and his wife Gundi
Their Mission and Messages of Hope."
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