Nature Spirits, Spirit Guides, and Ghosts: How to Talk with and Photograph Beings of Other Realms

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Boulders laugh, trees talk, and practically each patch of ground has meaning, in Atala Toy’s experience. Faeries, angels, ghosts, orbs, and spirits of place are just some of the life forms with which she helps us attune-and shows us how to record their image! Readers will cherish her rare combination of esoteric wisdom and practical guidance. With substantive clarity, she explains time travel, portals, dowsing, negative and positive vortexes, balls of energy known as merkabahs, ley lines, and orbs-the plasma of ...

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Overview

Boulders laugh, trees talk, and practically each patch of ground has meaning, in Atala Toy’s experience. Faeries, angels, ghosts, orbs, and spirits of place are just some of the life forms with which she helps us attune-and shows us how to record their image! Readers will cherish her rare combination of esoteric wisdom and practical guidance. With substantive clarity, she explains time travel, portals, dowsing, negative and positive vortexes, balls of energy known as merkabahs, ley lines, and orbs-the plasma of some life form visible to human eyes or to cameras, many of which are nature spirits who enjoy being around happy energy and so are often seen at parties and spiritual gatherings.

A professional interdimensional communicator, Atala is up to the minute in her understanding of the emerging field of spiritual sciences and the correlations between modern physics and ancient metaphysical traditions that perceive the oneness of all nature. We all communicate interdimensionally every day, she says. We just don’t know it, and so we lose out on the many ways to receive help from the other life forms who share our space. Drawing on her own and her clients’ experiences, she teaches through colorful stories and her own powerful photographs. Titles include “The Ghost Who Washed Dishes,” “The Haunted Hotel,” “The Guardian of the Spring,” “The Horse Who Knew More Than His Owners,” “The Jilted House,” “The Stranded Gnome,” “The Moss Faery,” “The Owl on Turtle Island,” and “The Balsam Who Loved the Birch.” She also includes lessons explaining the energetic principles of the situation; simple exercises for mastering the principle contained in the story; and tips for photographing other life forms using technology available to anyone, such as digital or even cell phone cameras.

By entering the fascinating realm of this book, the reader will join the growing number of people aware of subtle energy and able to see through the veils between dimensions. Not only is this possibility personally enriching, it serves a broader purpose as well. Needless to say, the planet and everything on it is at a critical juncture. In damaging the earth, we have damaged the nature beings’ home as well. It is therefore strongly in their interest to assist us in transforming the earth into something better. This book shows us how to learn from and enjoy them in a most delightful way.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780835609029
  • Publisher: Theosophical Publishing House
  • Publication date: 5/29/2012
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 638,002
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Atala Dorothy Toy is a specialist in interdimensional communication — a spiritual science that enables humans to communicate with life forms existing in frequency ranges different from human ones. She is the founding president of Crystal Life Technology, Inc., a cutting edge company established in 1996 to provide the public with consciousness expanding products, jewelry, information and photographs.

A severe bout of environmental illness in the mid-1990s was the trigger that brought her into communication with a group of spirit guides who worked with her to locate methods to cure herself. From this time forward, she has worked to develop products, modalities, photographs and information on how to communicate and cooperate interdimensionally.

Atala has written extensively on consciousness in various magazine articles and in three books, and has begun showing others how to develop their own personal abilities to communicate interdimensionally according to their particular strengths — an effort that has led her to conduct workshops, offer private consultations, author articles and blogs, and teach others how to take actual photographs of life forms of other realms.

A graduate of Swarthmore College, Atala has worked in publicity at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as the submissions editor for Doubleday & Co., and in public relations at the United Nations Development Programme. Her volunteer work has included serving as Secretary of the Board of the American Society of Dowsers and as President of the Board of the Institute for the Study of Interdimensional Cooperation.

Atala is also a 35-year meditative yoga practitioner. She currently resides in a suburb of Chicago.

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations ix

Introduction 1

Chapter 1 Ghosts and Spirits 33

A Visit from the Angel of Death 33

Many Doors Lead to the Beyond 37

The Ghost Who Washed Dishes 39

Mafia Hit Man 45

The Ghost Cat 48

The Novena 50

The Haunted Hotel 53

Chapter 2 Humans, Spirit Guides, and Thought Forms 57

Folds in Time 57

Guardian of the Spring 73

The Roundtable of the Heart 80

Masonic Hauntings 96

The Lady Who Lived in the Dark 98

The Horse Who Knew More Than His Owners 106

The Jilted House-Spirit of Place 111

Chapter 3 Earth Energies 117

Time Travel 117

Portal Problems 124

The Bog Orb 130

A Faery's Worst Offense 135

Portals to Other Worlds 137

Sinkholes and Tree Meridians 141

Negative and Positive Vortexes 147

Give Us Back Ganesh! 150

How Trees Hold Space 153

Chapter 4 Rock, Tree, and Faery Spirits 159

Grandfather Rock 159

Moss Faeries-Maine 168

The Moss Faery-New Hampshire 175

The Stranded Gnome 183

The Owl on Turtle Island 186

The Balsam Who Loved the Birch 190

The Rock Elf and the Maiden/Crone 195

Grandmother Tree 198

The Heron, the Lizard, and the Green Faery 201

Epilogue - What Happens Next? 207

Notes 211

Index 215

About the Author 225

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2012

    This book was a joy to read. Engaging stories, practical lessons

    This book was a joy to read. Engaging stories, practical lessons and then applications for photographing each situation. Nature Spirits, Spirit Guides and Ghosts is definitely a page turner, often leaving you with insights that make you think. The photos inside the book are very clear and appropriate to the material provided. Definitely a worth while purchase.

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