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Regression Healing I:: The Huntsman, the Lord High Mayor and the World War II Soldier (Volume 1) Paperback – December 8, 2016
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About the Author
Wendy Rose Williams is a Seattle area Past-Life Regressionist, author and speaker. She is a Reiki healer, Ordained Minister, and channel for Mary Magdalen. Wendy’s first short story was published in the “Best of Spiritual Writer’s Network 2014,” and she recently recorded her first audio book.
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If you ever wondered, if you ever thought maybe, if you ever had glimpses that don't fit into this lifetime, this book is for you. If TV shows on the subject fascinate you, if you find yourself drawn to a particular area or a certain style of clothing this book is for you.
I have had the extreme pleasure of being regressed by the author and the experience changed my life in many ways. I finally have the answers to questions, some I didn't even know I should ask. I highly recommend this book to you and even moreso recommend you think about taking your own journey guided by Wendy Rose Williams. You just might find you have answers to the questions you didn't know you should ask, too.
This is Book One of a series by the author. I think it's safe to anticipate that each subsequent script should provide a new glimpse into how past lives can impact present choices. While there's a significant chunk of this book dedicated to self promotion, the transcript of the regression takes front and center, and rightfully so. Portions of the conversation were omitted, presumably to protect the client's privacy. This is nonetheless a two-way exchange about what really makes someone tick.
My one quibble with this exchange is that her client was someone personally known to her, and many of the side comments relate to shared past lives, including some controversial ones. The sidebar conversations don't stop the main thrust of the narrative from shining through. though at times they detract from it.
Fair warning: Ms. Williams takes a strong metaphysical stance, and her beliefs come through in how she relates both to her client and to her readers. If you don't subscribe to the spiritual aspects of her client's journey, you may find those portions tedious.