204. Religious experience, life, and practice books, part 2
Robert Kull Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in the Extremes: A Year Alone in the Patagonia Wilderness, 2009.
Years after losing his lower right leg in a motorcycle crash, author Robert Krull decided to find answers to his spiritual questions. Traveling to a remote island off the coast of Patagonia with only camping equipment, supplies, and cat for company. Without the distractions of modern life, Krull is forced to grapple with all problems and issues beneath the surface most of us ignore.
Robert Schwartz Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?, 2006.
Have you ever wondered where you were before you were born? Robert Schwarts shares the stories of ten people who say they do. Their stories confirm that the purpose of our lives is to learn. Even our struggles are meant to teach lessons so we can achieve spiritual growth. The book was reissued in 2009 under the title Your Soul’s Plan: Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born.
David Spangler Subtle Worlds: An Explorer’s Field Notes, 2010.
For over sixty years, David Spangler experienced mystical phenomena including contacts with Angels, Elementals, and other spiritual beings. He asserts that these beings are comprised of energy that exists in ecologies that most of us cannot see. Due to his experiences, he believes we must understand these hidden forces if we are to successfully face the challenges that are heading our way in the future.
Neale Donald Walsch When Everything Changes, Change Everything, 2009.
Spiritual messenger Neale Donald Walsch tells us that the devastating things that happen in our lives are clear signals that we need to change everything about how we have been living. God, he says, wants us to move on with our lives and Walsch tells us why. He provides the tools we need to begin again, with a fresh vision of what is possible for us.
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