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We are so pleased to welcome you to our message board. We hope you find it a valuable place to meet old friends and discover new ones with whom you can share your experiences and adventures. 

The biggest change is that P'taah suggested we simplify the board and only have one thread. It is also his wish that 
if you say "P'taah said...," that you use his actual words and if possible, mention the book or recording where he said it.
You won't have to register, but you do have to give your name -- a screen name is fine. You'll also have to demonstrate that you're human by typing the jumbled letters on the posting page.
While Chris is no longer "moderatoring," she will certainly be posting and keeping an eye on things to ensure we aren't again overrun with spam. 
We would welcome any Feedback or suggestions. This is your board and we want it to work for each of you.
Namaste and much love.

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Roy on August 17, 2017 at 11:30 AM said:


Here is one for you to contemplate. In the 'Sydney' recording (, P'taah, when talking about the transformation says "Beloved, when we say to you, that if you would, um, delete the word 'WORK' from your vocabulary, [it] would be most beneficial!"

Simon on August 13, 2017 at 7:14 PM said:

Hi Roy,

Hope you're well!

Whay you say about minding verbiage is interesting.

I'll look out for the 'but' or 'not bad' phrases.

The word I'm focusing on "catching" myself saying at the moment is 'should'. P'taah recently mentioned to consider erasing it altogether from one's vocabulary, but I find I use it a fair amount!

Roy on August 11, 2017 at 4:46 PM said:

Also to add, there is some sections repeating.
For example the following quote:

Mind your verbiage. How many times a day do you say ‘but’ which is just another word for ‘no’, hmm? "But I…"

How many times a day do you say words without thinking of what they really mean that reinforce the idea of lack? It is quite extraordinary if you would take note of it. If somebody says to you, “How are you today?” what do you say? “Not bad,” hmm?

Do you see how you do it so very often? How you feel that you should not tell the world that you are really wondrous and successful and abundant. You feel guilty if you have anything that somebody else does not.

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- January 2, 2011
- December 1, 2013
- April 10, 2016

Roy on August 11, 2017 at 4:34 PM said:

Hey guys!

Been reviewing much P'taah material in recent days. The weekly quotes are a great source of information, much more then I realised before!

Here is a quick link to the archive pages

Many quotes, I don't seem to have read before. Where do these quotes come from?

Much love,
Carl on August 7, 2017 at 9:16 AM said:

Hey Wolgang from Vienna!
Blessings bro!
I know there are people in Vienna on a similar path to you and all you have to do to meet with them is set a wonderful intention such as this (write it out as many times as you feel the need to write it out until feel you are complete)


Really do this. A clear precise intention clearly communicated to your wonderful Uncconscious Mind will command your Unconsious Mind to arrange your meeting with new friends.

I NOW ALREADY HAVE ZERO-lonliness and an ABUNDANCE of wonderful new frineds NOW

Blessings Wolfgang
Glo on August 7, 2017 at 6:17 AM said:

Hi, just wondering if it is ok if I share the Message from P'taah that we get in our email.
Wolfgang from Vienna on June 3, 2017 at 6:32 PM said:

Hi to all Ptaah-hompage-looking people!
Sometimes it seems to me, we the fans and friends of P'taah and his messages are a very little group worldwide.
Can anybody tell me how many people monthly receive the newsletter. Are "we" less than thousand?
It would be nice if I could speak or discuss with somebody of my hometown and of my mother tongue about the fascinating and sometimes a little bit "hard to understand" words of P'taah.
Greatings from Vienna/Austria
Simon on January 18, 2017 at 5:09 PM said:

Happy 2017!

Just a recommendation to all to try listening to the monthly audio sessions! (if you don't already)

they are wonderful!

Mu'tikf Erika on January 8, 2017 at 6:10 AM said:

I love you P'taah I am excited to have a great year for 2017! Thank you for the love you share about who we really are here if it weren't for you I wouldn't be where I'm at today I hope you have fun today ??????
Shane on December 3, 2016 at 5:25 PM said:

Ordered some more Ptaah books. Not to gain "more knowlege" ... but to have something to read through these summer months, to keep the perspective clear and close to my heart and mind. Keep it real and living.

Gotta love the transmutation process. I'm always amazed when looking at a fear or doubt, that it always turns into being something I wasn't really expecting. I'm so good at deceiving myself :)

And now, when I think of my old "fear or worry", instead of feeling the fear in my belly, I feel the love in my heart for the "little one" who was ignorantly fearful and being silly in his separation.
Diganta on December 3, 2016 at 3:05 PM said:

Hi to all German speaking P'taah fans!
I have translated the Morning Song into German and sing it to a traditional Indian song here on YouTube:
Check it out and let me know in the comments how you like it.
Shane on December 2, 2016 at 2:43 PM said:

I found the Ptaah writings via reading "God I Am" by Peter Erbe. Great introduction to the whole "I am divinity" perception.

I'm enjoying the transmutation processes at the moment. Being aware of all my fears, doubts and shortcomings ... then loving them all and transmuting them. It's brilliant.

And i'm grateful for the insight into seeing that everything that is happening outside of me, (speaking in a negative sense), is all there so I can transmute it into love.

From Tragic to Magic :)

Enjoy the ride
Di on November 28, 2016 at 1:53 AM said:

P'taah said that Enlightenment is in the Heart! Wow! We all can attain that state by going deep inside - not aiming for the stars! Enlightenment is ours to be....not just for the Enlightened Ones! We are all capable of achieving it....RIGHT NOW! Love it!Bless you!
Reese on May 7, 2016 at 7:31 AM said:

Good tp hear from you Dennis.
Re: P'taah's ACT OF FAITH book, p. 43, paragraph 4, "Dear ones, it is called responsibility upon your shoulders because as each and every one of you comes into the greater understanding, so you are contributing to the greater knowing of all people."
My thoughts...first things first. This keeps me grounded in who I AM so that I can know my divinity as I create my experiences. As an avid reader of everything over the years, various writers insert "who are you?". Of course, I know my name, my gender, my family, etc. Then one moment, a glimmer came to my awareness that we all are 'god' experiencing this reality. It was just too big to spend thoughts on...then along came P'taah's writings, spelling it out clearly that I am OK and how I can use this knowledge. My heart is filled with joy as I type these words. More to come....
Anonymous on April 27, 2016 at 10:23 AM said:


Great to hear from you Reese. My dear Sister it is such a joy to read your posts

Hugs and best wishes to you

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