Alan Matthew Pepler (Amazon Reviewer) has reviewed The Spirit of Love.
The Spirit of Love (known as Glen) has captured an element of the essence of the Divine Unknowable and laid bare his Soul for all to delight in.This exquisite book speaks deeply to that part of me that has forgotten the mystery in my own life and reminds me to expand into trusting my process. All is already taken care of by existence and as I let go and trust Life flows through me!
Deep Gratitude for the gift of remembering that these words bring to me…Highly Recommended!
Soula Yiangou has reviewed The Spirit of Love.
This is a book of incredible depth and beauty. Reflections by a man who has known the depths of despair and through this despair, has has been brought to a place of expansion and pure being. What a gift!
Tahnee Wolfe (Author of Introducing The Ten Terrains Of Consciousness) has reviewed The Spirit of Love.
The Spirit of Love is a beautiful anthology of poems and the cover is a work of art! I found the book inspiring because I love writing poetry and this book reminded me of the power of each of us sitting down and distilling our feelings into words, using poetry as the sacred container to bring forth truth.
I also found it interesting to see the progression of the poems from simple expressions of personal experience (trauma/loss/learning/growth) to a budding connectedness with mother earth, to the more abstract lofty works of wisdom that were channeled later as the writer stepped into his phase as ‘teacher’. Depending on where you are at in your own spiritual journey, you will find something in this book to resonate with you.
PS – A fun thing to do is to open the book at random and see if there is a message in the poem that reveals itself to you!
Amy Leigh Ridsdale, www.netgalley.com (Reviewer) has reviewed The Spirit of Love.
Full Text: “ I thoroughly enjoyed this book. What really appealed is that it is a man’s reflection on life and his perspective through his eyes. It really was an eye opener then men have feelings and thoughts to and that’s what I loved. Some men keep things bottled up but to be able to get a glimpse into this man’s world and everything he feels is just wonderful”.
Give it an 5/5… Fantastic book..
Marguerite Gibson, www.netgalley.com (Reviewer) has reviewed The Spirit of Love.
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Full Text: 3.5 Stars. “ Really enjoyable poetry book. The overall theme (well, what I got from the book) was the power of nature, and the possibility for healing on both sides – for people and the planet, just through a little effort and reconnection. I liked those poems in particular. Some were really dark and gritty, which were fascinating too. My favourites would have to be 77 (awesome shepherd poem) as well as 149. There were many others, but those really spoke to me. Further, the photographs really enhanced the experience overall, particularly that gorgeous one towards the end with the ocean, birds and a stunning sunset. So, if you’re looking for a fascinating and thought-provoking poetry read, definitely give this one a go!”