We're all travelers through this earth experience we call life. As we journey though our experiences, it's important to remember who we really are: Powerful, spiritual beings of light. I'm glad your journey has brought you here.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

A visionary novel--part fact, part fiction--about the reality of reincarnation and spiritual awakening. The story takes you on a universal quest for knowledge and presents an entertaining adventure through this earth experience we call life as it offers a lighthearted look into the ups and downs of being spiritual in a physical world. Based on a past life, the book invites you to remember who you really are and offers you an avenue to rediscover your true spiritual nature.

Amanda is a free spirit who somehow manages to get herself stuck in the energy vibration of a physical body. Of course she did it on purpose; nothing happens by accident. She's a little embarrassed to find herself on earth again and wonders how she ended up here when she vowed she'd never reincarnate again.

Her most down-to-earth task is to see through the misty illusions of things for herself and to remember her spiritual nature. In the course of events, she gets sidetracked by what everyone says is real life. But she's not sure what's real anymore. She's been dreaming about rainbows lately and now she's beginning to wonder if her life is really a dream she's having.

Violet is trying to remember something she's forgotten about her true spiritual nature so she registers for school in the universe and begins classes in Time and Space, Energy and Matter, and Reality Awareness. She's more than a little concerned about the whole idea of synchronicity and the simultaneous time-space concept; she's not sure if she can handle everything at once.

Her destiny is to unearth the mysteries of the universe and to find the Scroll of Knowledge she wrote in Egypt. But she's reluctant to remember her experiences as a philosopher and has turned off her spiritual awareness.

Rainbow is a universal light-being. She's also Amanda's higher self and Violet's teacher who tries to help them see the light within themselves. But Rainbow is really more than she appears to be at first, or even second, glance.

If you look somewhere over the rainbow, you'll probably see a lot of things about yourself that you knew all the time, but have temporarily forgotten somewhere in your earth experiences. And if you look for the light within yourself, you might remember who you really are and you might see a universal path of knowledge that all souls must travel to find the way home.

To read a full synopsis, please visit Mystical Mindscapes.

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