The Silent Compass

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Have you ever been caught between two vibes? One that invites you to celebrate life and another that makes you retreat into your fears? The Silent Compass captures this elusive dance with our highest state of consciousness. Through a series of short messages and poems, this book explores the struggle of wandering souls who relentlessly seek a treasure. A treasure they had never lost. More

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Words: 3,350
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781311967541
About Serene Martin

Long before she wrote The Butterfly That Returned, Serene Martin was an Assistant Superintendent at a maximum-security prison and a college teacher. In her life experiences, she saw the stifling consequences of social conditioning and external pressure on individuals. She became increasingly drawn instead towards the often underestimated power of intuition. In a world of ceaseless distractions, her writing visits an authentic place of conscious knowing within the reach of everyone who has the courage to follow the call of their heart.

When she's not writing, you can find Serene travelling, doing yoga, finishing a bar of chocolate and hunting for easier ways to transition to a vegan diet. Born and raised in Singapore, she is currently exploring the world with her husband with a pocketful of dreams

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Review by: Jennifer Rossouw on Dec. 28, 2015 :
The Silent Compass by Serene Martin contains beautifully written poems and short stories which resonate with one's soul.

This book is thought provoking and reminds us of the importance of living in a higher state of consciousness and the integral part that love and intuition plays in our lives.

I would love to list my favorites, but then I would have to list them all and you should rather read this book for yourself!

I would highly recommend The Silent Compass, as it is truly an inspirational read.

Jennifer Rossouw
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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