Ann Ree Colton (1898–1984) founded the system of Niscience. Niscience is a word she coined meaning to know beyond academic knowledge, "superconscious knowing," she called it. While the number of people who practice the techniques she taught and identify themselves as Niscienes is small, her influence is nevertheless significant, and her writings are often quoted. Many students of Alice Bailey or H. P. Blavatsky find the somewhat abstract principles of their founders explained more simply and put in a more practical framework. Others who are interested in a bridge between traditional dogmatic Christianity and so-called New Age teachings find the deeper essence of both presented without the tangled doctrinal contradictions.
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... During her lifetime, Ann Ree Colton authored 16 books covering a wide variety of subjects ... Two nearly completed books were published posthumously in their entirety ...
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