Old Souls: The Sages and Mystics of Our World

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Existing as the perpetual outsiders in society, Old Souls are the teachers, counselors, philosophers and oracles of humanity. They are both in the world, but are not quite of the world at the same time, passing through life on their own solitary paths. In this book, writer and researcher Aletheia Luna provides a compact, elegant and well-researched look into the life of Old Souls. More

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About Aletheia Luna

Aletheia Luna is an influential spiritual writer whose work has changed the lives of thousands of people worldwide. As a child, Aletheia Luna was raised in a fundamentalist Christian church. But after experiencing depression, isolation, and anxiety as a result of their dangerous cult teachings, she experienced a spiritual awakening at the age of 19. Since leaving and picking up the pieces of her life, Luna has dedicated herself to intense inner healing and a process she calls soulwork. Later, in 2012 she co-founded popular spiritual website, lonerwolf.com. As a healer, mystic and soulwork therapist, her mission is to help others become conscious of their entrapment, and find joy, empowerment, and liberation in any circumstance.

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Review by: Abraxas on Nov. 18, 2014 :
Well written, gladly read. Thank you!
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: jooost on Jan. 15, 2014 :
A smoothly-written book by a passionate heart and a wise mind. The author explores the life of an Old Soul by delving into possibly her own experiences of hardship and vulnerability. Being different is not only great but something valuable is the message brought by the account. As an Old Soul myself I came to realize a reinforcement of personal inner power and acknowledgement of being never-alone lone fighter.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: Alicia M on Jan. 12, 2014 :
Very nicely written, I truly enjoyed this exploration of the old soul. On a personal note I feel there is a need to rephrase this perhaps over used idea. Old is very misleading, an old soul has nothing to do with age but an understanding of the world. Wisdom like pain can not be measured, it's personal. Who is to say at 60 years or 93 years there has been any wisdom realized. It is merely a preconceived ideal. There maybe truth in that one of many years has acquired experiences that a child has not yet acquired however years and experience alone may not have transformed into wisdom. The acquisition of wisdom takes painstaking work, looking inward as well as outward. There is a desire to obtain wisdom without working at it and the old soul notion leads us to believe it is where wisdom is derived from. Cellular memory? For myself I believe wisdom is merely a form of courage, the ability and time to dig deeply into ourselves and the world around us. Wisdom at it's best shines light into the darkness of our fears. Many thanks to the author, for sharing this with me. Job well done!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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