Mary Terhune has graciously allowed the public to learn about her own spiritual awakening. Mind you, it is much more than a spiritual awakening. Usually books of this type begin with a near death experience but this one is refreshingly different. To be honest, I almost put my book down because of her first vision of Jesus but I read on and am so glad that I did continue. One thing I did gather from this book is that everyone's spiritual journey/awakening will be deeply personal to them but the end result will be the same. Everyone's path to enlightenment is different. It cannot have been easy for Mary Terhune to write this book as it details some things that other people may never be able to talk about but she seems to have gained such a peace of mind and spirit that it was important for her to share her experiences. I was particularly intrigued by her journey in preventive and curative medicine. There is so much division and sadness not only in the world today but also on a personal level. I think books of this type may appeal to some people but not others. It will depend on if they are ready to consider the possibility Ms Terhune tries to share. If it can help even one person who is in personal turmoil to understand what she is saying then it will be a wonderful thing. I am hoping that she has plans for future books to expand on some topics she discussed in this one. I want to thank Hay House for allowing me to read this wonderful book (via Netgalley) for free in exchange for an honest review.
Three out of Five Stars