Visitor's Comments on MMB Homestead site
If you wish to add your personal Comments you are welcomed to send me an e-mail at ***** and yours will be added.
Please mention this MMB Visitor's Comments site. Thank you. - Lora
Friday, December 8, 2000, 12:50 AM
I am a friend of Norma Duncan and Fred Cohan. It is good to see a site dedicated to Dr Mac.
From: Brisbane, Australia
Saturday, December 9, 2000, 5:40 PM
Now I know why you haven't been in room much lately. I'm going to look around now, but wanted you to know that I was here. God Bless you friend.
Tuesday, December 12, 2000, 2:03 PM
Good luck on the new site! The insertions of text look very easy on the eyes and attractive.
From: Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday, January 11, 2001, 11:35 PM
Thanks for the email. This is wonderful. Please keep in touch. I will visit back here often. Peace, Love and Light, Jeri.
From: San Francisco Bay Area
Thursday, February 22, 2001, 9:51 PM
It's wonderful to read a site specially dedicated to Dr. Murdo MacDonald-Bayne. It's a pity that such great man existed and disappeared without being noticed. Left behind are the Truth which only few have heard. Hope this is beginning of his mission through this web site. Keep it standing tall. Love & Light, Jimmy.
Monday, April 9, 2001, 4:35 AM
Commendations for creating this superb website, dedicated to the life and work of Dr. Murdo MacDonald-Bayne. I first became aware of his work through the recommended reading list in Benjamin Creme's book, "The Reappearance of the Christ and the Masters of Wisdom." MacDonald-Bayne's book "Beyond the Himalayas," was featured in the list of books. Despite a concerted effort I was unable to procure a copy of "Beyond the Himalayas." I discovered that the only copy of the book available to the public is held in the British Library's Oriental and India Office Collection.
In June 1996, I paid a visit to this office but unfortunately was only able to read the book in situ. I was so enthralled by the book that I decided to place an inter-library loan request for it at Hornsey Library, in London. I was not especially hopeful that the British Library would deign to permit such a rare book to be made available via this service. Even if they authorised the loan I assumed that I would not be able to read the book outside the confines of my aforementioned local library. A few weeks later a copy of "Beyond the Himalayas" turned up, originating from a library in Maidstone, Kent, England. To my great delight the book was provided with lending status. I was then able to devote an appropriate amount of time to absorbing the glorious story and teaching therein. I have a particular fondness for the book as it was the catalyst for enabling me to realise that I had the privilege of meeting the Lord Maitreya, the World Teacher, in Delhi, India on Friday, 12th November, 1993.
Early in the book MacDonald-Bayne describes his initial meeting with his "friend," as he refers to him throughout the remainder of its contents. When I was reading this several powerful shivers ran down my spine from my head, I felt quite overwhelmed and simultaneously recalled my rendezvous with the Lord Maitreya. I did not know of anything about the Lord Maitreya at the time of the meeting and consequently did not know that this was the man whom I met. I then came across Ernie Wong's website and was able to bask in the wonders of "The Yoga of the Christ."
With best wishes, David Johnstone
From: Born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1967. Lived in London, England since 1991.
Tuesday, May 5, 2001, 4:36 PM
I have seen only a few pages of these lessons and I just have to have them! They ring so true in my heart and I feel like he is present when I read them. Please keep me posted and send me a price list for all of his works. Love and Light, in deep gratitude. Marie
P.S.: And blessings for preserving these lessons! Are there any groups studying this material now?
From: SDimi Valley, Ca
Friday, May 11, 2001, 10:07 PM
Wonderful site! Thank you! I've been looking for more info on MMB for a long time, especially concerning "Beyond the Himalayas."
Warm Regards, Rich Collings
From: Pottstown, Pennsylvania USA
Saturday, May 12, 2001, 6:09 PM
DONALD G. WILSON
Hi Lora. Just thought that I would log onto your wonderful website. To all those who may read this, I have known Lora for many years and she is a very dedicated worker and student of Dr. Mac. Dr. Mac's teachings are about to be heard once again around the globe. And so mote it be. Cheers, Don.
From: Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Wednesday, July 4, 2001, 3:54 AM
Fantastic to find so much information on Murdo MacDonald-Bayne after reading his books for so many years - thank you.
From: New Zealand
Wednesday, July 4, 2001, 4:56 PM
Good to see his (Bayne's) work alive.
From: Atlanta, GA
Friday, July 20, 2001, 8:45 AM
I have read the works by Baird T. Spalding, "Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East," and wanted more of such teachings and information. I am so pleased to find Dr. MacDonald-Bayne's teachings and on tape is the best! Thank you.
From: Mesa, Arizona, USA
Friday, July 27, 2001, 2:23 PM
I have been a longstanding student of Dr. Mac. Just found your website. My name is mentioned in the Foreword of "Commentary Notes to the Higher Power You Can Use." I am happy to have found your site. I am a network marketer, with particular interest in the spiritual side of networking, based on the book, "Jonathan Livingston Seagull."
From: Holland, but living in U.K.
Monday, August 20, 2001, 11:50 AM
To me MacDonald-Bayne's books have rekindled my belief in God and Christ as no other writings have. I am now a better person for reading them and spread the word.
Monday, October 15, 2001, 8:01 PM
T. L. ECKHART
I have written an inspired book of spiritual messages. I have been a student of MacDonald-Bayne's teachings for over 28 years. I began as a young man and the culmination of my teachings, along with my mystical experiences (quite profound), is this book. I viewed the Doctor as sort of like my private master. I did not know all these years that there was such a global interest in his work. I am learning as of late that there is a great revival, so to speak, of his work, putting him in a celebrity status. This makes me feel somewhat self-conscious in regard to my book, but it is still being published as an honest teacher/student creation. Theodore Eckhart.
From: Newport, Rhode Island, USA
Wednesday, October 17, 2001, 8:17 AM
Would love to know more about the works of Dr. Mac.
Wednesday, October 17, 2001, 10:22 AM
Thank you for this wonderful site. I just bought this PC and the first thing I did was to look for information about M. What a treasure! I felt rather lonely in Sweden talking about M. all the time. I have read, "Divine Healing" and every word speaks just to my heart. I meditate on the words every day. And now I have found two more books on the net, and this site and more people devoted to the works of M. How really wonderful. Please send me a price list and how I could pay in the best way. May light and love be with you.
Tuesday, January 1, 2002, 2:14 AM
I read an old copy of "Heal Yourself" and found it very uplifting. Best regards, Martin.
Tuesday, January 29, 2002, 1:56 PM
About 5 years ago I had the blessed good fortune to read, "Beyond the Himalayas" and "The Yoga of the Christ" by Murdo MacDonald-Bayne. I had not heard of MMB until I had seen a reference to him in the book, "The Reappearance of the Christ and the Masters of Wisdom" by Benjamin Creme. Being out of print these books were difficult to obtain and could only be ordered through an inter-library loan system. When the books eventually arrived, several months later, they had obviously been well read, as pages were yellowing, marked and starting to fall out. Thinking that I had perhaps obtained some long-lost and rare secret literature, I began to turn the pages with eager anticipation! Both books make for fantastic reading, kind of like a cross between Krishnamurti and a Hardy Boys' adventure story, and detail the author's meetings and experiences with several 'Masters'. The content is absolutely life affirming and calls for the reader to explore their inner nature. They have an unravelling effect on one's consciousness! After reading several chapters my mind felt like it had been given a vigorous psychic scrub. Given the content and relevance of these books for our times, it is surprising that so few people, it would seem, have read these books or even heard of MMB. His works are a continued source of inspiration and realisation. Best wishes, Cameron Pirie.
From: Edinburgh, Scotland
Friday, February 15, 2002, 8:08 AM
I had never heard of M. MacDonald-Bayne until I happened to pick up a copy of "Divine Healing of Mind and Body" at a book sale. I was deeply moved and refreshed to find some real substance, especially when the world seems so flooded with egocentric new-age garbage.
From: Melbourne, Australia
Monday, March 4, 2002, 12:51 PM
Hello all. What a cool site this is! It is by far the best out of all the sites dedicated to MMB, especially having the online literature available. Since reading MMB's works I feel nothing can compare. Once you have 'got it' it's like you need not read anything else as it's all there in the truth. I recommend his works to anyone genuinely seeking enlightenment.
From: Wellington, NZ
Wednesday, May 1, 2002, 1:15 AM
All I can say to you and other followers that have dedicated websites to Dr. Murdo MacDonald-Bayne, is thank you!
From: Eugene, Oregon, USA
Friday, May 3, 2002, 2:55 PM
Four years ago, John Ray, a dear friend of my deceased mother, gave me a copy of MacDonald-Bayne's "Spiritual and Mental Healing." Although I have not yet read the book, I was prompted today to look up Bayne's websites and I am presently reading "Beyond the Himalayas" (online). Not quite halfway through the book, it does appear to be more of a (40s type) travelogue, albeit with metaphysical realities interspersed. Instinctively, however, I sense a whole other world opening for me.
From: Half Moon Bay, California
Sunday, May 12, 2002, 9:59 PM
Thank you for your inspirational work!
From: Pretoria, South Africa
Thursday, May 30, 2002, 11:01 PM
ANNA RITA STRYDOM
Inspiring and refreshing.
From: Northcliff, South Africa
Monday, June 24, 2002, 7:43 PM
Namaste! I love you very much! (South Korea) Hastinapur is holy area of India. Hastinapur is Korean (South Korea) meditation site. Hastinapur love God and Paramahansa Yogananda and Buddha, Jesus Christ, Ramtha.
Monday, July 29, 2002, 11:25 AM
Hi, thank you for this wonderful site. You have included two of my favorite books of Bayne's works. His work is timeless and includes some of the most profound insights available.
His work speaks to the person no matter where he/she is on the path. As you work with his information, there is a strong sense that he is actually with you too.