From the Bushmen in Africa to high society in Egypt, from Morocco to the caves of ancient Jerusalem, Moghul India to Medieval France, we meet priests and priestesses, Swamis and monks, midwives and healers, medicine men and aristocrats, as we discover the intriguing stories of two souls, and two intertwined destinies.
Kundun, a Tibetan Buddhist Monk, is traveling to meet a Druze Sheik in the hills of the Galilee in order to discuss their common interest in reincarnation.
Liora, a young Jewish woman on a dedicated spiritual quest, finds herself drawn into the ancient courtyard of a monastery in East Jerusalem where she spends her day awash with memories of this life, and surprisingly, her past lives.
By the time we have traveled with the two of them on a journey that transcends time and space, we have been taken on a wondrous adventure.
In the process we discover not only where their paths may lead, but the heartwarming wisdom of our own inner journey!
"Jewels in the Net of the Gods" was a gem of a story. It was lyrical and took me on a fantastic journey. I loved the way the book was written with references to gemstones and their metaphysical properties and how they tied into the travels of both Liora and Kundun, both their present and their past.
Another thing I love is when an author reads their story. This one was absolutely perfect. She has a beautiful, soft voice showing the emotions and expressions of the characters.
A lovely and scintillating tale written and performed by Lorell Frysh, PhD. Definitely recommended.
"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobookboom dot com."