Led by Grace: In the Beginning

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BalboaPress, Jun 10, 2013 - Self-Help - 206 pages
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We all yearn for inner peace and happiness, but for most of us, negative thoughts and disturbing events seem to make any meaningful, lasting peace unattainable.

Written in eight parts, Led by Grace leads us through a process of forgiveness that brings us to serenity. It begins with Sandra Lowes first meditations in the spring of 2001 and ends with her 925-kilometer pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela in the fall of 2009. In the Beginning is the first book in the collection.

Sandra courageously shares her powerful story of growing to know her Self. From her first meditations, she is taken on journeys where she receives lessons and becomes witness to miracles. Sandra deepens our understanding of each meditation with an insightful interpretation and offers a means for bringing each lesson into our lives.

As we place ourselves in Sandras journal entries, we encounter a vulture pecking away at our legs, are taken to a City of Gold, cross bridges that light up, become naked and experience love, find the keys to our Soul, soar with eagles, paint our Self-portrait, bathe in divine waters, and walk with a monk and Jesus.

The Led by Grace collection guides us to our Soulto know It, to be It.


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Writing is Sandra’s third career. Her first was in the investment industry, where she became a director and senior investment analyst for a major international firm. Her second was as a full-time mom of four children. Both of these careers helped provide the skills and space to nurture this latest chapter of her life.

Sandra lives in Wawa, Ontario, where she spends much of her time in the pristine natural environment of the area. Her day begins with meditation and yoga.

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