The soul shall speak for itself!


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“Human skin is the first line of defence, against the dangers of the outside world,

Shielding us from disease-causing agents and the injuries that can occur through daily living.

Also thanks to our skin our messy interior—

Our emotions—can remain safely hidden from view.”

Ever wondered where the soul travels after it has left the earth. When the body is burnt and submerged in the mud again, the soul wanders and travels in the infinite. In this book, the author talks about the same. She talks about the journey of Serene Voyager, who is known as Seri in the Soul Realm. In the story, Seri reassesses her eternal journey before embarking on her next lifetime in the Earth Realm. For aid and companionship, she has her soul friend, Rasa; her soul animal, a silver-eyed wolf named Endless Curiosity; and distinctive characters that personify her emotions. Meanwhile, in the Earth Realm, twenty-year-old Keri moves away from her birthplace of North Dakota and, heeding the advice of Fear and Guilt, unwittingly surrenders her self-worth for safety, her personal power for approval, and her intuition for false promises. Later, when her chosen roles of businesswoman, wife, mother, and yoga teacher thrust her into an identity crisis rather than imbue her life with meaning, she forges a relationship with her soul, Seri. Through parallel stories, Seri helps Keri discover that joy derives not from successful role-playing but from knowing who you really are inside your human skin.

Author Keri Mangis has created an intriguing memoir interweaving the facts of her earthly life with visits to various spiritual realms with beings that offer not only guidance but preparation and prediction in Embodying Soul: A Return to Wholeness: A Memoir of New Beginnings.

The book is there to tell us why it’s important to feel obliged towards oneself and feel obligated to answer your own questions. The whole current incarnations are described by Mangis in the book. When she was in school, she had learned a lot of things in relations with her fears and insecurities while she has shown great love for her books and proving herself to be prize-winning competitive runner.

With vague plans for college near home, she wound up, on impulse, following a friend to university, successfully pursuing a degree in business, meeting a young man she would marry, and moving several times until she settled down. She traded her aversion to her work environment for the challenges and rewards of stay-at-home motherhood. Needing a self-fulfilling adventure, she plunged wholeheartedly into the study of yoga.

The memoir is about self-discovery and shows readers how Keri peels away layers inside her to discover her internal realm which gives her full awareness about her humanness and remembered divinity. It is a realization of how when life is aligned with the soul, this leads to a life of peace and acceptance. The memoir is insightful and gives readers glimpses into the author's dialogues with her soul. The book is profound and will help readers look at life with a different perspective and work towards being in alignment with their life, embodying characteristics like softness, calmness, approachability, courage, humility, patience, and strength. The author weaves together the Earth Realm and Soul Realm and the characters there seamlessly, making the transition from the boundlessness of the Soul Realm to the confinement of the Earth Realm palpable.

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