Well written book about a personal spiritual experience. I was inspired and awed by the deeply moving narration of deeply personal events in the author’s life. Judith M. Budinger Acarath Montessori, Amazon customer

This book was brilliantly written! I found myself having to slow down my reading about half way through so as not to miss anything. Having known Eileen for several years (with no knowledge of her abilities) I have always felt her to be a calming influence whenever I am around her--and now I know why. Her ability to tell her story through words is awe inspiring. I will read this again soon!! Anne M. Alesauskas, Amazon customer

First, I must state I have been acquainted with the Author for several years. I knew she was special in the ability to heal, but this book is a powerful expression of love and faith. I feel I have become Gnostic in my beliefs over the years and I really relate to this book. Reading this book gives me some wonderful new insights into this excellent Author. From just one person intertwined in this great tapestry of life. Donald J. Stifler, Amazon customer


The Threads of Life

Awakening comes at different times and in different ways. This is the story of one women’s quest for greater knowledge of the higher unknown spiritual world.

Eileen Goggins

Eileen Goggins has lived most of her life in a small town in Wisconsin. Having been raised on a dairy farm, she lived close to nature and loved the solitude of the country. This quiet life offered her the opportunity to develop an introspective way of looking at all living things. Early in life she began meditating and researching different religious beliefs. This research became her main interest and led her on many travels around the world, some of which are Greece, Egypt, Israel, Italy, France, Peru, and the Yucatan of Mexico. These travels represented a quest, not of the mind but of the spirit. Her quest to understand how all the different threads that create our lives intertwines to form life’s individual pattern. Today Eileen lives in northern Wisconsin lake country with her husband. They enjoy the peacefulness of the country life.

The Wonderment

As a child on the farm I would lay on the newly mown lawn on a warm summer’s night and gaze up at the stars.  Filled with wonderment, I knew there was something great up there, much greater than my front yard.  This year I turned 71 years of age and I will admit that...

Seeing Beyond the Veil

This week I received a lovely note from a gentleman who read my book, Intertwines –The Threads of Life. He wrote that he enjoyed it but felt that I left some things unanswered.  His first question addressed the use of the word Veil. In my book I write of beyond...


Ow many of us have seen or heard of a child born with a major illness or deformity and the prognoses is one that will not enable them to have a productive life.  Our first reaction is often sadness for the lovely family he/she was born into knowing the burden it will...

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