Quest : A Guide For Creating Your Own Vision Quest
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. Call for a vision and understand your experience within it
. Discover the mystery of yourself and the universe
. Dissolve limitations on your potential
. Harness the power of the Sacred Circle
. Confront and free yourself from fears
. Heal emotional wounds
. Develop peace of mind that extends into your life long after the Quest.
This book gives you the necessary tools to prepare for a Vision Quest that will take you to the centre of your soul.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 154 x 237 x 20mm | 342g
- 06 Aug 2012
- Hay House UK Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
For centuries, ancient cultures embarked on rites of passage to gain entrance to the spiritual realms and attain self-knowledge. Now international lecturer and healer Denise Linn draws on her Native American roots, as well as the teachings of other cultures, to create a carefully crafted spiritual program for anyone wishing to venture on a retreat or create a uniquely personal Quest of his or her own. This practical, engaging book will show you how to
- Discover your life's purpose
- Find mystery at the core of your life
- Release limiting beliefs about yourself
- Call for a vision
- Harness the power of the Sacred Circle
- Confront and free yourself from fears
- Heal emotional wounds
- Develop peace of mind
This guidebook gives you the necessary tools to prepare for a Vision Quest that will take you to the center of your soul.
"A practical guide . . . After reading Quest, it's clear that vision quests have had a profound and powerful influence on many who have undertaken them. . . . If you're searching for an experience that will enable you to learn more about yourself and your relationship with everything around you--Linn's arguments are compelling."
About Denise Linn
Meadow Linn received her bachelor's degree from Williams College and her master's degree from Columbia University and is the co-author of The Mystic Cookbook. savortheday.com