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About “Knowledge”, the book

There is one core issue at the root of every human problem — we have forgotten who and what we truly are. We are in a walking, talking trance. Consequently, we, often think of and treat ourselves and others inappropriately — less than lovingly, less than respectfully. We find ourselves — individually and collectively — being judgmental, afraid, rude and unkind, even to the point of genocide. Gross injustices occur simply because we have forgotten who and what we truly are.

Many of us try to be kind and loving and do the right thing by attempting to relinquish judgment and forgive our neighbors their “sins”. But there is further to go. Life is not a morality play; it is the most romantic love affair of all times – a love affair between you and Love itself. It is only when we approach our origin and source, when we begin to dip into the experience of pure and absolute love, that we discover each one of us is a profoundly powerful spiritual being and the love is truly what we are. Exposing ourselves to that purity, human judgments and fears begin to fall away of their own accord. This is why remembering who and what we are needs to be at the top of our “to do this lifetime” list and each daily agenda.

Knowledge, The Essence of World Scriptures provides valuable insight and inspiration. It reassures you that to make the beauty at the core of life real for yourself is not just a dream, but is your purpose here on planet Earth. Each master says in his own way that Heaven – Love – Truth is within you. Yet they also say you must seek for it and ask to know it. Jesus emphatically reassured his followers, “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

How do you sort through the bits of glass to find the gem? How will you recognize the Truth when you find it? How will you know that you have finally found the real thing? This book lays a foundation, a very solid foundation. It equips you for success. It prepares you to recognize what you came here to find. It provides you with a discerning eye and ear. And even after you have sought and asked and found, this book will continue to inspire you to close your eyes and appreciate that beauty within, every time you pick it up. “Be still and know that I am God.”

This book is a keeper. It is unique in its field. It does not compare and contrast religious personalities and organizations, dogmas and doctrines, rites and rituals, superstitions and belief systems. It does not treat God as a football, religion as a rah-rah-rah football team, and life as a competitive football game. It does not ask you to wait for a Heaven you go to after you die. It makes it clear that Heaven is within you and that it is your birthright to live in the Heaven in your heart, now. Knowledge quotes the foundational documents of various traditions and systematically unfolds a deep understanding in your mind that God is indeed in His Heaven and is indeed within you, and all that is lacking so far to be in that Heaven within is your attention.

Don’t just read Knowledge; live with it. Let the most important and beautiful words of the ages sink deeply into your heart. Become very clear about what you are looking for. Be hungry to know it. Find the prize. Go all the way to the ongoing inner divine experience that made the saints, sages, mystics and masters bow in sincere humility and sing and dance in their joy and gratitude.

Enjoy this book. Seek and find what is at the core of every tradition. It is your birthright.


I love your book!!!   It is right here on my desk and I read parts of it often!  And use many of the quotes on FaceBook. What a blessing it has been along the journey!  I’m so grateful that our paths crossed!!! – Deb

I’d love to get your book! Our daughter loves it! – Reverend CJ

I love having all these amazing quotes in one beautiful book. It’s a treasure chest of wisdom! – Rick Gsell

The Kingdom of God is within. I heard that my whole life and had no idea what ‘within’ meant. I even had a picture of Jesus on my refrigerator, His blue robe parted, serenely gazing, halo shining, and pointing at his flaming heart. I didn’t get it. I needed someone to help me sense the terrain of within. Through her own experience, supported by delicious scripture and poetry from many personalities, times and places, Patricia Robinett supports us to make our own connection to the divine, within. – Katie Jane Wennechuk Thomas, author of Making Divorce Work

What a marvelous contribution to the Sonship. Since I come from a Christian background I really appreciated revisiting some old friends (scriptures you used)in an extended light. Also the scriptures from other sources really point to the fact that God has been speaking at all times to those who choose to listen. Please let me know when you expect to release your next two volumes. Bless your day! – Scott Snider, International Business Analyst

Your book is filled with my favorite passages. It’s very inspiring and life-transforming. I felt truly expanded as I read it. Thank you for bringing this material together in such a creative way. It’s a wonderful compendium of the greatest life-affirming truths. Many blessings! – Marilyn Gordon, author of The Wise Mind

I am so blessed and so overwhelmed that I just had to call and let you know… I’ve been looking for this book for a million years — I’ve been looking for these words in one place. Your words and who you are just changed our lives for the better and i can’t thank you enough. – Kristi Stutt, Health Coach

This beautiful book captures the wisdom of the sages throughout time. It reminds us of who we are and helps us heal from the heartache of forgetting. Robinett’s masterpiece is a true gift to help humanity in a time of fear and struggle. This book is a treasure! — Barye Bluth, MS, Addiction Therapist

Well done Patricia, your message is profound! – Mike Hoffman, author of Dawn is Streaking Red : Patterns of Perception, Emotion and Language

This book will surely provide comfort to those who have been wounded by traditional religion… like a spiritual oasis in the desert. – Ava Rosenblum, Ph.D.

This is a book you will truly love. It will inspire you for years.

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Why Cannabis Is the Future of Medicine

food . salad . greensThe future of medicine rests on the the fundamental right we all have to use things that spring from the Earth naturally as healing agents. Why should cannabis, used for at least 10000 years by humankind to alleviate suffering, be excluded from this inexorable mandate?

The politics of cannabis are exceedingly complex, and yet the truth is simple: this freely growing plant heals the human body – not to mention provides food, fuel, clothing and shelter, if only we will let it perform its birthright. In a previous article, we investigated the strange fact that the human body is in many ways pre-designed, or as it were, pre-loaded with a receptiveness to cannabis’ active compounds — cannabinoids — thanks to its well documented endocannabinoid system.

The notion that marijuana has no ‘medicinal benefits’ is preposterous, actually. Since time immemorial it has been used as a panacea (‘cure-all’). In fact, as far back as 2727 B.C., cannabis was recorded in the Chinese pharmacopoeia as an effective medicine, and evidence for its use as a food, textile and presumably as a healing agent stretch back even further, to 12 BC.

But the medical-industrial complex in the U.S. does not want you to use these freely growing compounds. They threaten its very business model and existence. Which is why it synergizes so naturally with the burgeoning privatized prison sector, which now has the dubious title of having the highest incarceration rate in the world. The statistics don’t lie:

“far surpassing any other nation. For every 100,000 Americans, 743 citizens sit behind bars. Presently, the prison population in America consists of more than six million people, a number exceeding the amount of prisoners held in the gulags of the former Soviet Union at any point in its history.”

Read more at Why Cannnabis Is the Future of Medicine | GreenMedInfo | Blog Entry.