Adventures of a Suburban Mystic: A True Story of Spiritual Transformation and Supernatural Encounters
Trafford Publishing, 2001 - 279 sider
Strange predictions, psychic children, spirit guides, Voodoo and parapsychology, alternate realities, a woman compelled by her vision to find a little girl. All these play a part in the stunning true story of a suburban psychologist who seeks to unravel the secrets of the spiritual Path - regardless of the cost. As she searches for answers to the riddles of life, destiny, good and evil, she encounters a Native American storyteller, a Jamaican shaman, a martial arts master, a Buddhist monk, and others who share their Wisdom and their stories of the occult. Here you'll find the Light and the Dark side of mysticism presented with honesty and stark realism. Different and provocative, this metaphysical journey takes a surprising turn, so hold onto your hat, and let's go!
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Part I Finding the Path
Part II Finding Nicole
Part III Finding Other Mystics Other Messages
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