The Lightworker's Source is a clear, easy-to-grasp audiobook that will guide you step by step through discovering your innate, intuitive and healing gifts. Ms. Arienta has provided a wealth of information that will help you through the stages of emerging awareness as a Lightworker and has provided exercises that help you integrate that knowing into your life and your work." (Dr. Steven Farmer, author of Earth Magic and Animal Spirit Guides)
©2013 Sahvanna Arienta (P)2013 Career Press, Inc
Yes. It gives a very clear explanation for people who feel out incomplete and out of place, which no traditional profesional can give (i.e p
The characteristics of light workers.
The chakra and 7 realms doors.
I love this author!!! She's amazing! I bought her book "Lightworkers" and returned it due to the narrator. I changed the speed of it and it was perfect! I regret returning the first one because the info was better than any book I've listened to in a long time. I'll have to "re-buy" it. Great find!
I grew up on Golden Age Radio, and while I love to read, I typically consume more books via audio thanks to a job that lets me listen while I work. As an aspiring writer, I try to read a great deal of non-fiction in addition to a variety of fictional genres. I especially love history, historical fiction, science fiction, fantasy, and old-style gothic horror.
For those inclined to this sort of read, this is a very informative book. The performance... that's the weak spot. Shiela Book's voice is pleasing and clear, but she reads so mechanically that it feels like you're back in school and the teacher calls on one of the students to read aloud. She. Reads. Like. This. Once you get used to it, it's easy enough to pay closer attention to the material, but it takes a little extra effort.
As far as a listening experience, the quality of the recording was fine. I suppose I expected more out of the content and a bit more natural voice narration.
The performance was nice and clear but the intonation and mechanization of the voice made the book sound a bit like sitting around elementary school and hearing the teacher read a book to the kids. Just did not have that personal genuine quality to it.
I am not the writer and I think the writer tried to make this book for a beginner. But for being an advanced topic of light work and light source, I would have skipped the how-to meditation, how to work on your chakras, how to learn from your dreams, etc. It seems to me these topics are fully covered in other books far more thoroughly and to try and capture everything in one, while only touching a tad here and there, makes the book somewhat mediocre. I expected deeper insights but there were none. It is mostly a how to for beginners book.
I appreciate what the author was trying to do but we are moving on to deeper horizons as a culture and we are seeing more closer relationships with quantum physics and the mind and how light and life are related. From my own experience, we discover who we are, not by embracing methods and tactics and how to strategies but by understanding who we are from the inside out. Most of the methodologies in this book material are about gaining access from the outside through some kind of tactic, whether it is dream work or meditations, working with crystals, etc. I think this kind of subject was already expanded upon in the 80's and 90's.
No, I don't think one is better than the other. It really depends on your mood and the way you want to intake information. I am glad I had them both - it was very helpful to have both.
This is the first book of this nature that I've read, but it will not be the last one.
No, I'm was not familiar with Sheila Book before now.
It helped me demystify what being a light-worker is about and how to determine if you are a light-worker.
If anyone has any questions about being a light-worker, this book is great for that. I did find that she shared too many ways in which light-workers can enhance their abilities. In some instances it was too much information, but I guess it's good having that information availabile.
Yes, if there is somebody else doing it.
I think so, I couldn't get past the VO and absorb the information. I really, really tried.
Somebody who knows or cares about the subject matter instead of just following the standard voiceover instruction manual. I was so disappointed by this, as I was thrilled to have found this title on Audible. It sounds like she is just reading a cookbook, or instruction manual.
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