"Like The 'Urantia Book' and 'A Course in Miracles' tomes. Johanna's story is especially valuable and interesting because it records and illustrates the development of an individual through time -- a sort of answer to the perennial 'What's it worth' question. It is a very well-written, enjoyable book that places it above the general order of this genre of work."
-- Brian Van der Horst, author, journalist, therapist and management consultant; Chief Facilitator, Europe, for Ken Wilber's Institute --
"Like Castaneda, the author ventures into the hinter world, comes back whole, and offers a detailed report that makes the rest of us feel as if we've been there too. I believe there's a large audience for this thoroughly grounded, highly intelligent journey, with its complex system of symbols and metaphors, and rich blend of characters from several worlds."
-- Jerry Solfvin, PhD., Professor at Centre for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; former Senior Research Associate at Psychical Research Foundation at Duke --
"Reminiscent of the Castaneda books. Ms. Kern writes exceptionally well and tells her story in an engaging, reader-friendly style. The Master could have an existence apart from his visits to Ms. Kern, and other people might be able to contact him as well because he represents what Jung called the 'collective unconscious'. 'Master and The Green-Eyed Hope', I feel, will truly contribute to human well-being."
-- Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Saybrook University; former President of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, the Parapsychological Association and the Association for the Study of Dreams; author of many books --