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Posted July 22, 2013
Reviewed by Juli Williamson for Readers' Favorite
Twin Flames, A Love Story Across Time and Dimensions, by Carolyn R. Prescott is a novel of deep love that crosses time and lifetimes. When Lily and her family visit a Native American museum, the unexplained happens. Lily recognizes some toys in an exhibit as very important to her and then collapses, injured. The deep love story crosses time and dimension through metaphysical means. With spirit guides and dream walking, Lily tries to find out how she is connected to the Native American toys and why she keeps seeing a Native boy, Little Bear, in her dreams. A lifetime ago and the present collide within Lily and she must travel new roads to find out what has happened and is happening now.
Carolyn R. Prescott, in Twin Flames, presents a look into the possibilities of personal enlightenment through metaphysical means as a tool to further the human journey. I enjoyed the story line and learning more about the different aspects of metaphysics and the belief systems that often times go hand in hand with them. Prescott delivers a knowledgeable glimpse into the impossible, that feeling of 'I know you' or 'I know that item' is explained in layman's terms. Carolyn R. Prescott gave me a starting point to further investigate the metaphysical realms that surround us all every day. The idea of dimensions that interconnect and spirit guides that are waiting and willing to introduce those that are keen to work for enlightenment and growth was introduced in a new and interesting way.
Posted May 8, 2013
This is a dazzling book. Fascinating and engaging. It's a love story that spans time and dimensions. There are very interesting aspects of Native American history and culture as well as spiritual and consciousness raising elements and the meaning of our waking reality. It's a complex story but one with gentle humor and whimsey. The ending will astound and please you. I highly recommend it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.