Journey Through Fear

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Ozark Mountain Publishing, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 254 pages
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Understanding how judgment begins the process of fear in which we become imprisoned. Learn to exchange judgment for acceptance and you walk free.

 

 

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About the author (2009)

 As a child growing up in the Northeast, Antoinette knew she was a writer and artist, with a life at Walden Pond her dream. She received her M.A. in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California, but she chose a less traditional path in art, with college classes for the basics, followed by four years of intensive study with abstract painter Aidron Duckworth. She now calls the Southwest home.

It was not until she decided to shift her love for writing and illustration from computer training and grant proposals to the natural world—her version of that early dream—that she became aware of devic presences. Journey Through Fear is the result of six years of communications with these guardians.

The theme that emerges from these messages is that we live in a field of unity, which includes everything we see, everything we touch, and ultimately everything we are. However, we block this truth with fear, which locks us into the belief that we are disconnected and alone.

For most of us, fear thought-structures occupy seventy-five percent of our waking hours. Journey Through Fear offers a way to dismantle them, with peace individually, and in time worldwide, our priceless gift for doing so.

You may email Antoinette at devicmessages@yahoo.com

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