The Path of Remembering by Maureen Kennedy

The Path of Remembering

byMaureen Kennedy

Kobo ebook | April 25, 2010

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On a sultry August night more than twenty years ago, Maureen Kennedy was awakened by spiritual guides who directed her, a little humorously, to take dictation. This was the beginning of a more than twenty year odyssey during which she has been tutored about life as a journey on the path of remembering. These guides, whom she calls the Committee, assert that life’s learning is a process of releasing fear so that we may remember who we are—beloved beings of Spirit, held in a web of eternal safety. The committee declares that the triumph of love over fear is the quintessential human lesson. Our assignment is to make love believable in the world through us. After 9/11, the Committee explores the illusion of evil as fear that judges harshly. They comfort the mother of a young equities trader who sacrificed his life by rescuing strangers at the World Trade Center. They guide their scribe through the emotional and physical challenges of dealing with illness. The Committee speaks about the evolving consciousness of our species, as we turn from limitation and struggle to creativity and joy. They remind us that our purpose is to become who we are so clearly that we shine in the world. From these teachings come the tools to claim our power, and the courage to live and love with an open heart.
Title:The Path of RememberingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 25, 2010Publisher:Maureen KennedyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:162517263X

ISBN - 13:9781625172631

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