Reviews for The Day of Awakening

“A priceless gift to mankind. Perfection itself.”

Allen Marsh, editor of Joel Goldsmith Acropolis publications
including The Foundation of Mysticism


“A masterpiece of inner revelation and mystical literature.”

Joy Powell, teacher, practitioner, and author of
The Stillness of “My Peace”


“The extraordinary thing is that, although over the past 4-5 decades I have heard it all
from diverse spiritual sources — the Buddhist Sutras, the Upanishads, from Shankara,
from Advaita, from Ramana Maharshi of Arunachala, and not least from Joel Goldsmith
— and from philosophical sources like Locke, Berkeley, David Hume, Immanuel Kant and
Wittgenstein, for dismissing the world of sense data, I have not read among all that rich
heritage anything to compare with The Day of Awakening chapters 10, 11, and 12.
For spiritual insights, wisdom, and power, they stand unique!”

Neville Jayaweera


“I have the strong impression that something very important has been spoken
through Tony Titshall and that The Day of Awakening could come to be regarded
as a Christian spiritual/mystical classic . . .

In my mind, I compared this book to the writings of Jacob Boehme,
the 16th century German mystic.

I recognize in Tony one who is authentically experiencing
and living from the mystery of Godliness.”

Peter Sumner, editor/publisher of Inner Light ePistle, an online magazine
on emerging Christian and inter-faith issues.


“Recommended Reading” in the “New Titles” section
of the Spring 2011 issue of the Watkins Review.

Watkins Review is the magazine of Watkins Books of London,
one of the oldest and largest esoteric bookshops in the world.