by Jacqueline Sa


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ISBN-13: 9780984032402
Publisher: Roots & Legends
Publication date: 11/22/2011
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)
Age Range: 3 Months

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Exultation: Erotic Tales of Divine Union 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Blue_Lotus More than 1 year ago
The book Exultation: Erotic Tales of Divine Union is a sublime and charming effort dissolving the “division of the sexes.” Moreover, the author, Sa, invites readers to reunite our spirituality with sexuality as opposed to the conventional view that sexuality should be sterilized from our spirituality. To get the most out of this book, one may want to read it with the imaginative mind. While the reasoning mind may appreciate the provocative plots of these short stories, reading them with the imaginative mind one may start picking up subtle symbols, meanings, or messages (aside from the obvious ones that Sa spelled out). Intuitively, I’ve sensed a few esoteric meanings and spiritual phenomena hiding in these stories. Sometimes, instead of a message, I would just pick up a wave of warm and soothing energy from reading the book. I take this as a sign of a powerful spiritual book. Because of the subtle, sublime, and personal ways that this book has touched me, it has become an important tool in my healing journey. Although these are stand-alone stories, I am fond of how Sa organized them so her message becomes increasingly apparent towards the end of the book. Furthermore, I really appreciate Sa’s interpretations of the foreign and indigenous cultures that were mentioned. Not only is it fascinating to read about other cultures, the book has helped me to become even more sensitive and compassionate toward them. Exultation has many outstanding and inspiring aspects. However, after finishing reading the entire book, I felt something was missing. Most of the characters in these stories are as enlightened as they come. Except Sabrina in the story, The Temple Dancer, there is not a whole lot of character growth and changes being elaborated and depicted. I find myself asking, “What were these characters like before they had become so enlightened? Did they go through pain and agony just like the rest of us? Did they have to confront their darkest shadow to learn and grow from the experience?” Shadow contents will not diminish the sublimity in the book. On the contrary, adequate shadow contents will create a contrast in bringing out their enlightened qualities. This contrast will bring about character growth and changes and highlight their exultant states. Furthermore, shadow contents help readers to build a connection to these characters. Reading about how they struggle and triumph offers the readers a sense of faith and hope in their own transformation. I would very much like to read more about character growth from shadow to light in Sa’s works, especially in male characters since men in our society are quite culturally conditioned to be emotionally cut off. In conclusion, despite a few drawbacks, Exultation is an invigorating and enchanting spiritual book. I imagine anyone with an interest in esoteric spirituality would find it worthwhile, especially readers who are working on integrating sexuality with spirituality. Just read it with an imaginative mind, surrender to the texts, and they will take you on a mystical adventure into cosmic sexuality.
bob_shine More than 1 year ago
the 7 divine erotic tales in exultation are the new 7 wonders of the world, heralding the new heaven and earth. sting sings "love is the 7th wave," and this book is the leading edge crest of that wave, accelerating us into a revolutionary era of union and creation in 2012. don't be left behind in the stagnant old order. surf this tsunami of healing, radical love with jacqueline into impossible beauty and rapture.
KarenSchneider More than 1 year ago
Exultation - The very word as defined in the dictionary means the art or condition of rejoicing greatly. Many of us need to "rejoice greatly" that author Jacqueline Sa has fulfilled her pledge to write about ending the divisions of the sexes, and that our longing for union that our hearts have carried for eons can now be realized. This book is immensely rich with layered textures of knowledge and wisdom that could only be brought forth at this time. When you read this book you will know the meaning and feeling of true rejoicing. Karen Schneider, MA,DCH Teacher-Therapist-Healer-Minister