Wednesday, 10 October 2012

A Healer of Souls

I have just had the pleasure of reviewing a new book, due to be released in December - A Healer of Souls by Dawn Paul:

The official blurb:


After twenty fruitless years on a frustrating spiritual search, Dawn Paul was faced with no other option but to give up. Disheartened and exhausted, she went on holiday to Peru and this changed her life forever. During a visit to Machu Picchu she received a mystical experience, a vision of the Inca, who instructed her to follow the path of the shaman. Feeling she had finally been given the direction she had been looking for all her life, Dawn promptly resigned from her six figure career in a bank and stepped onto the shamanic path. Over the following years Dawn worked worldwide as a shamanic healer and spiritual teacher, assisting many people of all ages, from all races and religions. A Healer of Souls is Dawn’s gift to the general public, and to the wider community without which a shaman cannot exist.


My review:

Extremely interesting and informative book, Dawn Paul shares her experiences of life and her Shamanic healing work along with case studies so that we may understand how the soul retrieval and indeed the whole journey of the soul works.

Definitely makes you stop and think about your own life and how it has unfolded and what decisions and choices you have made that have been good or bad ones and what you can do to look at your life from a different perspective.

This book will help you see the truth in your life, heal yourself and help guide you to inner peace and understanding.  It will make you look hard at yourself, it will make you work for it, but it will be so worth it in the end.

You can pre-order from Amazon (they have a discount deal a the moment on pre-orders):
barnesandnoble.com also have it available for pre-order
www.mightyape.co.nz also has it available for pre-order

Dawn Paul's website is Liberate-Online

Tansy
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1 comment:

  1. Money is not everything, but we do need it to live.
    Just don't get carried away and buy things you want, but don't need

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