From the foreword: Reading Soulwork is like sitting down to a tea party with a good and trusted friend. There you are with a steaming pot of tea and a plate of cookies on a sunny table, savoring an intimitate, heartfelt conversation. Bettyclare Moffatt's down-to-earth wisdom and delightful sense of humor encourage us, make us feel loved and understood. Most of all, she lets us know that we are not alone. After reading her book, I feel her, and that she knows me.
Explores the soul with warmth, insight, and humor and teaches us how we can live abundant lives of compassion, understanding, and joy.
The author of When Someone You Love Has AIDS offers a fresh, honest exploration of her remarkable spiritual journey--which encourages readers to begin their own. A unique blend of lyrical prose and practical exercises to help readers work through many external layers to reach their inner wisdom. Preface by Sue Patton Thoele.
I bought this for a friend who was in need of support. As I skimmed the pages, I decided I would have to read it first. I showed it to another friend who loved it...so I let her keep that one. I suggested she read it and pass it along to another friend, each of us writing a message before passing it along. I'm buying more for gifts (and my original gift intendee)and hopefully I'll get to keep one for myself. I especially enjoyed the short personal stories, each with it's special message.
A very inspirational, personal & frank account of the author's journey in nourishing her inner spirit.