||Reviews of the book
You Can Remember Love
is filled with practical spiritual nuggets that help bring Light
into any darkness.
Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D.
is Letting Go of Fear
Ms. Bigote’s book approaches the often
male-dominated view of science with the touch of a soft feminine
loving hand. This book warmly brings love to a cold universe and
helps many who have lost their way because of a too restricted view
of the loving miracle they are.
Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D.
Author of The Dreaming Universe
makes the most brilliant use of the metaphorical possibilities of
modern physics to date. Nature as an allegory of the spirit is an
ancient theme which, over the past decades has been taken up by many
modern writers on the spiritual implications of science. From the
earliest times, philosophers and poets have perceived visible nature
as a complex dance of symbols revealing the play of a deeper
spiritual reality beneath. Ms. Bigote brings this ancient tradition
to life once again and teaches us to interpret the paradoxes of
quantum theory as the modern allegory of love and spiritual light.
You Can Remember Love
Curtis Brooks, Ph.D.
Odete M. Bigote has written a spiritual guidebook
for the 21st century. Drawing from her own experiences,
and from spiritual texts from ancient times down to the present, she
has set forth in a series of short, clearly written chapters, steps
that will lead the grateful reader to self-awareness and peace of
mind and heart. Ms. Bigote’s book is free of the cant and jargon
that often characterize spiritual self-help books. It is also a
marvel of comprehension. You Can Remember Love is a gift of
illumination to anyone seeking a way out of the agony of self-doubt,
envy, bitterness and the grief of a failed relationship.
Author of China Hands
Bigote's You Can Remember Love is a philosophical and also practical
book about healing and self-discovery through re-discovering our unity
with God and realizing that our seeming separation is only an
illusion. Writing in a clear, accessible style expressing her lively,
friendly personality bubbling over with love, good will, and joie de
vivre, Odete combines science and religion, physics and theology, to
show that we are part of the Light and never even really left the
Light, though we erroneously believe we did. Using both metaphysics
and the New Physics to demonstrate our oneness with our Source, she
quotes from the Bible, the Upanishads, the Buddha, Plato, Einstein,
Stephen Hawking, Fred Alan Wolf, David Bohm, and A Course in Miracles.
She uses modern science to show that while things and people seem to
be separated in space, time, and our ordinary everyday consciousness
from each other and from God, they are fundamentally united and will
ultimately rejoin their Source. She describes her workshops where she
has translated those concepts into practical reality, showing how she
and others have successfully used the ideas of You Can Remember Love
in everyday life.
T. Peter Park
Odete speaks freely and easily
about our apparent "paradox" of separation from God and
being one with God, at the same time. While she mixes Science
and Spirituality, we can see how our world really is not what we
believe it to be. Odete has a wonderful way of giving us hard
proven, scientific evidence that takes us to the edge of
understanding. Then she softens it, with intimate, personal
experiences of her life and relationships, that bring the idea of
ultimate love and forgiveness.
The meditation and affirmations
are very powerful in recognizing our own fears, and allowing them to
go back to the Source for completion.
It is a book that every
"logical" minded person, who is searching for truth must
Rev. Melissa Leath