Journey Into the Past: A Scotland Tale by Dawn Marie Clare
Have you felt drawn to another culture or another place? Do you wish that you could catch a glimpse of history or the ancient past, one that seems to resonate with your soul? Journey Into the Past: A Scotland Tale takes us on one woman’s adventure as she searches for her past lives and connection to ancient Scotland. With startling revelations, a trip to this Celtic land brings her face-to-face with past-life memories, healing, and spiritual transformation.
The adventures begin in England, en route to Scotland. Pilgrimages to areas associated with King Arthur legends takes us to Cadbury Mound and an encounter with an ancient tree and to Glastonbury, where the loving vibrations of Mother Mary linger in a small chapel and where a piece of the author’s past with King Arthur was revealed. On the road to Edinburgh, a visit to a stone circle activates deeper levels of awareness so that every day in Scotland produces more past-life clues.
You will feel the excitement of discovery at each of the places in Scotland – Edinburgh, Kilmartin Glen, Glencoe, Morvern, Iona, Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield, Clava Cairns, and Findhorn – as each page describes not only the author’s mystical experiences but shares with the reader the author’s profound love for the landscape, people, and history of the country. Historical references and descriptions are included for the lovers of travelogue, as well as research into past-life theories, and even a detailed look into evidence for a past-life “trip” into the Dark Ages.
The message of the book is an important one about healing of the mind, body, and spirit, of freeing ourselves of the bindings of the past. It addresses the passion many of us have for a particular place or culture and answers many questions regarding that calling. Journey Into the Past has been recommended by both a past-life hypnotherapist and a shaman as an important tool for our own transformational journey to wholeness and into the realm of sacred place. Clare shares the progression of her journey, from the many synchronistic events leading up to and during the trip to Britain in 1999 to the many benefits that occurred as a consequence of following the call of the heart. The book also incorporates other lessons for the spiritual traveler, such as the importance of being aware and respectful of the landscape and its natural features and for entering sacred sites with appropriate intentions and discernment. There are few guides in the market for the novice pilgrim, so Journey Into the Past fills a significant void as well as bringing to light, in an interesting and delightful way, the wisdom of the heart when it calls one to engage in a trip to the past for the sake of the spirit.
Paperback: 115 pages
Publisher: Dawn Marie Clare (December 15, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.2 x 0.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces