Stories From Spirit
by Sheila Callaham
Purchase links: Amazon
I first met Sheila Callaham last year when she invited me onto her podcast to talk about The Miracle Journal. We spent a couple of hours on the phone laughing like old friends the first time we talked. A couple weeks later she emailed me to say that her computer had eaten the recording of our interview, would I mind doing it again? We ended up having just as much fun talking the second time around!
Sheila conducts a terrific interview, asking fascinating questions that got me thinking and left me inspired for days after our conversation. With that experience, I expected her to book to be just as insightful, searching, and intelligent. And it certainly is!
In Stories From Spirit, Sheila shares her experience of taking multiple soul journeys. She tells the story of what happened during each journey, then lays out the lesson she learned. She also invites the reader to examine the themes of those lessons in their own life.
In her book description on Amazon, Sheila writes “If you feel spiritually out of touch and are desperately looking for ways to reconnect, Stories from Spirit offers a safe and easy place to begin – from within.” I agree completely – the only place to start is from the inside, and Sheila offers a generous picture of what that process can look like.
Today and tomorrow (Jan. 11 and 12, 2013), Sheila is offering a free download of her Kindle ebook at Amazon.
If you’re interested in hearing the interview Sheila and I did, you can find it in two parts on the Radio page. Congratulations Sheila! :-)
You may have noticed that there have been a bunch of book reviews lately. It’s just a quirk – both Sheila and Laurie Davis launched their books this week, and I had a deadline for Hay House on F**k It Therapy. However, it is time for me to put away my review pencil for a little while and focus on writing my own book proposal. I’ll be back doing book reviews again in a couple months (and I already have one title in the pipeline), but this will be the last one you’ll see for a little while.