Guinevere: The True Story of One Woman's Quest for Her Past Life Identity and the Healing of Her Eternal Soulby Laurel Phelan
When twenty-one-year-old Vancouver bookkeeper and secretary Laurel Phelan was suddenly besieged by extravagently detailed, violent nightmares of Dark Age Britain, she was frightened enough to seek help. With the help of past life regression therapy, Laurel arrived at a shocking discovery: she had been Queen Guinevere in a past life... Using her knowledge of past life regression therapy, Laurel traveled back in time to make peace with the woman she once was. As her life flows into Guinevere's we discover the true queen -- a ravishing, fierce warrior, beautiful, charismatic, and dedicated to protecting her people from harm. Guinevere didn't need to emulate men to be powerful. The true path to potency, creativity, and love is to draw on the secret depths of our feminine selves -- as warriors for our causes, nuturers, advisers, and bearers fo life. Guinevere's profound insights resonate dramatically in the lives of women today. Laurel Phelan's life has been profoundly affected by her experiences as Guinevere. She chose a new career as a past life regression therapist, harnessing the creative energy that leads to emotional and spiritual healing. Happy, successful, and more personally fulfilled than ever before, Laurel has one deep wish -- to share her inspiring observations with others. Her brave journey into the past proves that we can heal and renew ourselves limitlessly in the full and fertile circle of female experience.
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This book touched me in no other way could a book ever touch me again. It brought out more in me than I thought would ever be there. It made me appreciate what I have.. And I wish I could have been Guinevers best friend. I feel as though I know her... I love her and I think that I am connected to her somehow.. because everytime I finish the book I feel as though I have to read it again and again.. as though I need to hold on to something.. As though I am afraid of something in me which is the same. I wish for Laurel Phelan to help me as she does others...