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. Her husband’s death in an auto accident followed by her daughter’s near death two years and two days later marked her awakening. There was something larger, much bigger than her research had shown, and she would travel the world in search of this higher wisdom. Her quest touched many cultures and much was learned, but the answer she searched for would not come from her world travels. On a short 130-mile trip from her home, the greater awakening occurred and thus completed Intertwines. The threads of life-physical and spiritual, past and present, merge as she travels through lifetimes and discovers the blending of two diverse cultures. Prepare to be awakened.
As we turned onto the drive that led to the closed airport, the only light to be seen was above the company logo over the door we would walk through. The blackness intensified the dark foreshadowing that was filling me. The pilots were old friends. They knew time was of the essence, and worked quickly getting everything ready. Once we were on board with seat belts fastened, the huge door folded up. The opening of that door was a surreal moment. I was gripped with an intense awareness of my own powerlessness in life’s plan. After the plane was backed out, the door folded down, closing on everything the day’s beginning had promised. The terrible phone call was now the reality of our future. Alone on a dark tarmac on a black snowy night, the plane began to roll onto the runway, beginning a long journey.
Every human being is drawn at different times in one’s life, however fleeting for some, to a realization of a higher power. There are and always have been different understandings of what that power is and what it means to man on earth. I have not read of one single culture that did not worship a deity in some form, be it the sun, the spirit of the land, the ancient Gods and Goddesses of mythology, the Christian God, the Hindu God and many more. They are referred to with individual ownership and authority over the word of their God, all different and all deeply revered. Everyone is on his or her own path different from everyone else. How are these paths chosen and why?
(Written by a friend. This closes my book) When Eileen enters a room, she doesn’t enter alone. About her is an aura that somewhat mystifies but at the same time calms those around her. Her stories remind us that life isn’t always just lived today. Some people are part of the past and bring that time with them. Not in how they live their lives today, but in how they relate to another time from which they bring memories. She has taken us to places where at first we were sceptical, but the passion with which she writes has caused us to realize that, if we open our mind, she can help us to see a world we had never before known existed. At first, it seems to be a world of the past, but in reality, it is a world that is also very much a part of the present.