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Ronda Ackles LaRue, noted artist and business consultant, takes you right in with her in this lucid and vulnerable exposé, as she enters into an intimate process of life crisis, spiritual struggle, and the search for meaning that foreshadowed her awakening into the fullness of Being.
With an unusual mix of transparency, humor, shining clarity, deep intelligence, and poetic juice, Re-membering Who You Really Are takes you in like a good novel and won't let you go until you too hear the music of All.
Posted March 19, 2004
'Remembering Who You Really Are' is an astonishing glimpse into the soul of a beautiful and courageous woman. Her honesty, humility and humor will entertain as well as enlighten even the most cynical reader. I am truly sorry about the 5 star limit.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 10, 2004
This book is truly amazing--AMAZING!!! I am awed by the very hard work Ms. LaRue did to stay alert and conscious throughout her quest so that she was able to watch each twist, each turn of her thinking, her behavior, her fears, her doubts--apparently, anything that arose within her consciousness. This is truly an awesome accomplishment. And it is clear she has come to know these twists and turns with deep intimacy because their explication poured forth with utter clarity!! She writes with impish humor and poetic imagery. The author has shared so deeply, so fully and honestly her experiences of coming 'undone' that I can see my own process of coming 'undone' and be more accepting of it, not struggle against it so much. Her words reverberate within my very being; Ms. LaRue is not just talking about the importance of the hero's journey, she is relating/giving blow by blow commentary OF the hero's journey. This is priceless. Her expressions soar with wisdom, truth and open vulnerability that calls us each to our own. She has witnessed Truth and offers it back so that we can hear it within ourselves. This is the best (and really the only) kind of teaching. It absolutely sings!
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Posted January 14, 2004
While the author shares her experiences, trials and undoing to impressively illustrate the lessons revealed through spiritual searching and awakening, the incredible value found in these pages is not limited to only those experiencing the dark night of the soul by any means. This book is also a witty, wise source of spiritual refreshing and guidance for anyone at any stage of life. No one should wait for the storm to close in before reading this beautifully woven story, as its rich benefits can be enjoyed, by all, right now.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 13, 2004
So often the person experiencing soul awakening lacks the gift of creative expression. The author writes a most compelling, human, deeply personal, humorous telling of her soul journey in wonderfully written, clear and often poetic language. I found myself inwardly saying 'Yes' so often as it resonated within my own soul. It quickly became apparent to me that this book is a telling of my story, maybe every spiritual seeker's story. It affirmed my own journey into consciousness, offering myriad signposts along the way to help recognize one's path. I found it amazing how someone else's journey in the telling seems so like my journey, and ultimately the universal journey. I love the imagery of the book - often poetic, often wonderfully human and humorous. The author's powerful imageries seem like shorthand rememberances for us to assist us on our own journey. Most of all I enjoyed the clarity with which this difficult-to-articulate story is told.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.