The Voice of the Soul: A Journey into Wisdom and the Physics of God

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The Voice of the Soul: A Journey into Wisdom and the Physics of God

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  • ISBN-13: 9780759605435
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 6/28/2001
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2003

    A Dynamic Dance of the Divine

    A heart-warming journey of awakening, this book is an intriguing account of how the soul guides the personality to experience fulfillment with the deepest self¿the God-self. The book's power and charm is two-fold. The first is the author's openness in expressing the ups and downs of several marriages entwined with her doubts about the existence of God. Secondly, Judith shares how following signs and synchronicities lead her to the discovery of her unique connection with spirit: inspired writing. Expressing universal wisdom, these writings address many questions of the spiritual seeker from dealing with anger and illness to opening to love again and finding your soul work. There is a profound simplicity and bare honesty to Judith¿s mystical adventure that invites us to ponder our own path to greater self-awareness. From the mysteries of the sacred places of Medjugorje, Findhorn and the Isle of Iona to everyday worldly challenges, Judith¿s Dance with the Divine is a daring and pioneering template for healing and renewal.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2002

    Best Book I've read in years

    This is probably the best book I¿ve read in years. Seriously. A truly life-changing book. It is so wonderful to read about a journey so similar to my own. I¿m devouring your book like I¿ve been in the desert for days and have only just found water to drink. You have written the most marvelous work! Thank you for it. It is exactly what the world needs right now. Everyone should read this one!! Simply wonderful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2002

    A Lyrical, Magical Journey

    After reading 'The Voice of the Soul', I am grateful to Ms. Pennington for writing a story that is so inspiring. From the very first pages, I was hooked by her lyrical writing style, but more so, by her message. Her journey into the realm of Univeral Truths questioned organized religions, life's ultimate purpose, and even the teachings of Jesus. Trusting 'the writings' that were given to her, she ventured to Medjugorje, Scotland, and within the United States, seeking answers. The answer she was given is that we are all on an incredible spiritual journey, seeking and finding our highest self, on our way to the Divine Source. I love her openmindedness regarding the direction she was given, and her acceptance of her own personal truths. Also, the freedom to choose our own belief system as a result of our own journeys. Ms. Pennington defined, for me, the meaning of a poem that was written through my pen, back in 1984. I have found no clearer explanation of my own 'Silent Journey'. I highly recommend 'The Voice of the Soul' to anyone who is wondering what their purpose is, or who is searching for hope. You will not be disappointed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2001

    Leads Readers to their Own Truth

    Judith Pennington's 'The Voice of the Soul' is a masterful recounting of one person's spiritual awakening and evolution. Like Walsch in 'Conversations with God,' Pennington has tapped into the higher power with monumental grace and intelligence. She has transcribed and made understandable the voice of the soul in a lyrical, joyfully seductive language that is instantly recognizable to anyone who genuinely seeks understanding of what truly lies within each of us. Like Fritz Capra in 'The Tao of Physics,' but in a different context, Pennington provides compelling evidence that the presumably ephemeral 'soul' may well be credibly explained through the language of modern physics. But unlike anything else you've ever read, this book can help lead you to your own truth. And that is the highest and best purpose to which any work can aspire.'

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