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Waiting for Autumn Hardcover – April 7, 2009
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Seldom have we had anyone write a diary of sorts to explain what they went through. Scott's thoughts and experiences may be hard for some people to understand, but he is bold and clear in words. For me, it was a great way to have a further understanding of the link that we have between the physical world and the beauty and availability of the world of God and Spirit. If you truly understand what he went through, then you will also not be able to look at some of the nuances in life the same way. Jim Fargiano, author of The Spoken Words of Spirit: Lessons From The Other Side
The book is one that is a page turner and can easily be read in an afternoon. The chapters are short but filled with action and emotion and the ending of the book comes with a bit of a surprise. I'd love to elaborate on the story but for fear of revealing too much to the reader, I won't. I will say that it definitely is NOT a disappointment and look forward to Scott's next book!
What I like of the book is the different stages of the author's personal spiritual quest. Which started involuntarely and ended with full consciousness of what he was doing and going through. I don't have a hard time believing that he saw all those things in the spiritual world, and not because it isn't true, but because many people make it seem so easy to do, and it's actually quite hard to get into that world. You really have to have worked in your spiritual growth to get a grasp of all that there is to see and experience there. But still, I do understand all the processes he went through and I think that they are always different for everyone. And some people do come into your life exactly to motivate this kind of quest.
What I didn't like about the book is that although he explains his process he really doesn't go much into the emotional consequences of it. He talks about the physical experiences but how it really impacted his emotional life is much of a mistery. If someone is really able to go beyond and enter the spirit world and see all that he saw there has to be some change in the emotional and spiritual body, not just the mental and physical ones.
Overall it's an ok book. I'm not sure if I would read something else written by him. Although I did have have high hopes for this book when I got it, maybe it's just me, or maybe I was expecting much more or something else entirely. I guess it all comes to each readers taste.
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