An Ia Story: One Thread in the Tapestry of Consciousness

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 403 pages
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    An Ia Story: One Thread in The Tapestry of Consciousness is a genuine account of the discovery and manifestation of the greatness that lies within each of us. It was written to raise questions, not answer them. How does someone's life change when she whole-heartedly commits to surrender her suffering and instead chooses to live life as a gift? What price will she pay? What will be required of her? How difficult will it be to live this commitment? What benefits will be derived from living one's life as a gift?
    This account begins in a simple linear fashion with no shiny wrapping or pretty bows. The readers are slowly drawn beyond intellectual comprehension to a world of Spiritual dimension and intrigue as they follow the author on her arduous journey to expanded consciousness. An Ia Story is a catalyst that affords readers the opportunity to find tools essential for their own successful journey; it encourages them to discover their own greatness - to acknowledge their places within the Tapestry of Consciousness.
    Although our individual journeys to living a conscious life are unique, there are certain commonalities: surrendering the ego-self, leaving fear behind, loving ourselves, trusting in our own innate capacities, and discovering our own divinity. The author's raw honesty reveals these commonalities and the nature of the unique path she was required to follow to extricate herself from limitation and live her greatness. Her odyssey demonstrates that everything we need to complete our journey is provided, step-by-step, along the way.
    The author's insights are plentiful and phenomenal. As a youngster, the author yearned to understand herself: What made her think and act as she did? What caused her sadness, anger and pain? Why did she feel alienated and alone? What would she have to do to change?
As the scrupulously candid account unfolds, it becomes clear that there is nothing in regard to understanding oneself that is out of reach - nothing. We discover that in the author's search to know her True Self, and to live her life as a gift, she unravels the truth of who we all are.

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