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Soul Connection: Memoir of A Birthmother's Healing Journey Paperback – March 23, 1999

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Suffering a deep loss so often causes people to get stuck in a quagmire of anger, resentment and blame. Soul Connection explores the possibility that these very losses may be part of a Higher Plan to help us grow and lead us to serve others. A deeper look at how adoption effects people and at healing through expanded spiritual understanding.

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Have you ever wondered if there could be a Plan for your life? Or is it all merely random cruelty and luck? Have roadblocks ever mysteriously appeared in your path? Have closed doors suddenly sprung open? Is there a chance we're being led by the Higher Realm?

Soul Connection is about healing through expanded awareness-and about using spiritual alignment to create miracles. In 1966, a young unmarried woman must surrender her baby for adoption. Afterwards, she stumbles along a healing path that transforms her understanding of Life. She puts this new knowledge to the test in 1989 when she undertakes a search for her birthdaughter using spiritual process. An inspiring memoir of inner and outer discover.

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  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Otto Bay Books (March 23, 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0961405325
  • ISBN-13: 978-0961405328
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.8 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,844,349 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This book is way more than a book about adoption. Any of us who came of age in the 60s, or who have ever felt alienated, felt deep conflict with our parents while still loving them, or who have searched far and wide for a meaningful spiritual path will love this book. I have no kids, but I would guess any parent who has ever worried about a child's whereabouts will relate to Hughes' description of her search for the daughter she gave up as a young unmarried woman. The search itself is a real "page turner" reading at times like a mystery. I loved this book and will be buying it for others.
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In reading this book, I felt myself reliving my own experience with a maternity home and the loss of a child to adoption. No one can understand the experience unless having lived it. The path towards healing and spirtual connection is the author's own, but I could feel myself taking the journey with her. My experience has been the same and different as well, yet the arrival is so similar. Through past writings of this author, I have been able to gain new insights and feel healings come to me. As a birthmother myself, I truly appreciate the author putting her experience, traumas and healing out there for all to read and absorb. As a mother who has also raised a child to adulthood, I can feel her joy in the children she was able to keep and nuture. I look forward to more insightful writings from this author.
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It is most satisfying to read a memoir that is multi-dimentional, has an unselfish purpose and teaches something about spiritual truths. Ann Hughes has not only eloquently written of her feelings as an unwed mother who has to release her child to the adoption process of the '60's, but addresses the issues of the process itself. Especially interesting are the spiritual methods she used in her search, which should leave the reader wanting to know more...the mark of a most provocative work.
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This was a very inspirational book for me. One cannot help but gain a certain amount of strength simply reading about this Mother's determined search. I was able to work through some of my own life issues and gain greater clarity about being a Mother and an understanding of the relationship I have with my own children. It is so much more than simply a story about a woman searching for her daughter.
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I liked the parts about astrology and using the Universe to bring us to what we wish for our highest good. Overall a good birthmother book but some parts were too long and discriptive. Still a good read, I just skipped those parts.
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