In this enlightening book, internationally renowned psychic, coach and author Elsabe Smit breaks down some key concepts of spiritual development into short, highly accessible articles, and provides ways in which the reader can achieve spiritual growth.
Inspired by a lifetime of facing sometimes seemingly insurmountable challenges, Elsabe examines the subtle nuances that influence our lives, and explores these age-old questions: Why are we born? How can we get closer to enlightenment? Is there life after death?
Inspirational daily quotes for each day of the year to encourage spiritual growth and explain why certain events happen in your life
Ask yourself the following:
· Do you notice the small miracles in your life?
· Do you see the truth in mundane events?
· Do you like to start your day with a spiritual pick-me-up?
If you answered YES to the above, then this book is for you.
Life is a series of lessons. Look for the wisdom and don't be blinded by the failure.
I am sure when I refer to the dark night of the soul many readers will sit up and say 'Ah . . . is that what it is called. And I thought I was the only one in the entire world that has experienced it'.
What is the dark night of the soul? I will explain that by means of an illustration. Of course there are as many variations to the story as there are people in this world. Once you have read the story, you can always re-write it by adding your life's detail. And remember, this can happen at any age, and it can happen more than once to any person.
See yourself as an innocent little baby that has just come into this world. You grow up trusting that everyone loves you and wants to take care of you. You have a happy childhood with all the skinned knees, first love, sibling rivalry and so on. You are truly an image of
Yes, you may say – but you don't know anything about my life. So many things have gone wrong for me. I have managed to recover from some of these things, but other things have steered my life in a direction that I am unable to recover from. So no, that statement is wrong.
OK, you have had your say.