Official Review: Lead us to a place by Andrew Pacholyk

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Re: Official Review: Lead us to a place by Andrew Pacholyk

Post by Fuzaila » 25 Jul 2018, 12:05

I love the way you've penned down your review and I love the book cover. Though meditation, healing and spiritual books that talk about religions aren't really my thing so I'll let this pass. Thank you for your review.
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Post by Eva Darrington » 25 Jul 2018, 21:03

KristyKhem wrote:
21 Jul 2018, 21:37
He uniquely likens our lives to the four seasons; spring, summer, autumn, and winter. As he delves into each season, he provides interesting healing techniques and meditation activities which can help us to fully immerse ourselves into the energy of that season. Pacholyk also advises us on holistic health practices, and recommends various types of food, oils, and music which can help to improve our personal wellbeing during each of the seasons.
Wow, what a great review! Very thoughtful and comprehensive. This book is right up my alley. It sounds like it addresses pretty diverse practices but with a basic underpinning of earth spirituality. I love that it is organized around the seasons. This one goes on my bookshelf. Thanks for such a beautiful review.
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Post by KristyKhem » 26 Jul 2018, 22:19

Eva Darrington wrote:
25 Jul 2018, 21:03
KristyKhem wrote:
21 Jul 2018, 21:37
He uniquely likens our lives to the four seasons; spring, summer, autumn, and winter. As he delves into each season, he provides interesting healing techniques and meditation activities which can help us to fully immerse ourselves into the energy of that season. Pacholyk also advises us on holistic health practices, and recommends various types of food, oils, and music which can help to improve our personal wellbeing during each of the seasons.
Wow, what a great review! Very thoughtful and comprehensive. This book is right up my alley. It sounds like it addresses pretty diverse practices but with a basic underpinning of earth spirituality. I love that it is organized around the seasons. This one goes on my bookshelf. Thanks for such a beautiful review.
Thank you! I'm glad its been added to your shelf, you will enjoy it!

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Post by Ravinder+Kaur » 27 Jul 2018, 00:53

Already put the book in my to-read list, so inspiring your review was. I am interested in learning the practices given by the author for doing with every season.

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Post by Agumagu » 27 Jul 2018, 09:52

This is a spiritual book reminding us that this world is not our home. The book title lead us to a place is talking life after death, the can either be heaven or hell

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Post by tanya_bagga1 » 01 Aug 2018, 01:47

Personally I don't believe in god and spirituality, so not my kind of book but a good option for those people who are into religious beliefs and practices...

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