365 Books to Bliss: Book 9 — “Karmic Healing” By, Djuna Wojton

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You know how I truly discovered karma, past lives and all that jazz?  It was painful. It lasted 3 days last January or February.   It  included me having seizures — and it is the subject of  one of the books I’m writing this year.

When I least expected it…  as I was walking into a client call — something in my brain snapped. I’ll spare the details for my own book. But, I will tell you that for three days my mind traveled to 15th century Italy, and I saw things and people who I apparently knew.  I swam through centuries and experiences in what felt like both an instant ans a million years.  When I came out of it, I’d gained a truck load of  understanding about the twists and turns my life has taken.

I also was able to research the information that was given to me, as my hubby dutifully took notes while I suffered (good man he is).  All the info I could research has been validated. Some will require more research. It was the most painful and amazing thing that ever happened to me, and has certainly put a cherry on top of my “death is dumb and doesn’t really exist” cake.

I bought “Karmic Healing” at the Bodhi Tree bookstore cuz my FB friend, Jamie Flannigan told me to go there.  Loved that place. If you’re  in LA — visit there.

“Karmic Healing” is a journey through case studies and exercises that reveal how peeps got over their karmic blocks. Some are past life related. Some are current life related. And, some are just related to the need to know ourselves better.  So it’s helpful on all levels, and also speaks to the importance of following up with meditations or some other form of healing in order to keep blocks gone once they are cleared. So, that patterns don’t come back to bite us in the bums.

I can never read enough spiritual growth books. They help me slow down. I’m using this book to safely go back to those places I went to last year, and find out more. But, only when the need for current life growth arises. So, every day.

Namaste,

G

I’m reading 365 Books this year. Think I’m Crazy?

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