This book is about my journey with my husband and Honey last year, taking us into adventure and a healing journey. It is a journey on which we nearly died in Spain but came to France triumphant and ready to live our lives to the fullest.
This journey is one of many, but this journey is the latest and the one that brought me here. I have done all sorts of jobs in the past, but the one I enjoyed the most was working with people as a rainer/teacher, enabling people do be the best that they could be and enjoy life to the fullest. So in a sense, I was a motivational coach before coaches became popular. In the end, I had to work on myself more, and it is this journey that has become a healing journey on a road less traveled. I have followed a spiritual path for at least twelve to fourteen years. Now I have come to live in France, only being here less than two months on this date. I have come here with my husband of just a year and our dog to a lovely old farmhouse with an acre of orchard, a vegetable garden, a copse, and four hens. I have always been in love with the earth and have walked miles to raise money for earth charities. I paint, I love making things and creating in most ways. I am extremely lucky and excited by life.
OUT-OF-BODY TRAVEL AND MYSTICISM: A Primer on the Basics of Out-of-Body Experiences and Energetic Law in Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism - is an introduction to the subject of out-of-body travel and mysticism for those who are just beginning to learn about the experience. 'Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism' provides a framework to begin your study of out-of-body experiences and to understand the components of energetic law which remain highly integrative and important for the out-of-body travel seeker to understand and know before embarking upon the mystical realms of out-of-body experiences. (For more info - http: //outofbodytravel.org
I confess that with all my curiosity to meet an Altrurian, I was in no hospitable mood toward the traveler when he finally presented himself, pursuant to the letter of advice sent me by the friend who introduced him. It would be easy enough to take care of him in the hotel; I had merely to engage a room for him, and have the clerk tell him his money was not good if he tried to pay for anything. But I had swung fairly into my story; its people were about me all the time; I dwelt amid its events and places, and I did not see how I could welcome my guest among them, or abandon them for him.
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