Home Events B&N Glendale Americana will host Patty Paul, author of EXPLORING OTHER LIFETIMES: Memoir of a Soul’s Journey, on Sat. April 13th – 2PM to 4PM

B&N Glendale Americana will host Patty Paul, author of EXPLORING OTHER LIFETIMES: Memoir of a Soul’s Journey, on Sat. April 13th – 2PM to 4PM

PATTY PAUL will talk about her book, EXPLORING OTHER LIFETIMES: Memoir of a Soul’s Journey, answer your questions, and sign copies. Please join us on April 13th – 2 PM to PM.

ABOUT THE BOOK:
In this inspiring book, Patty Paul relates the fascinating stories of more than 30 of her other lifetimes and the living, breathing relationship each one has with the lifetime she is now living. The ties that bind them are the unresolved issues and suppressed emotions they have in common. As the author describes each soul-guided meditation in which she meets another lifetime, gets to know and understand it, then integrates it into their truer self—a more expanded and enlightened state of wholeness—she shares her life-changing experiences with the reader.
This book, unlike others about reincarnation, is based upon the premise that all lifetimes are happening now—not in the past or the future—but right now on levels of multi-dimensional consciousness existing far beyond the time and space boundaries of the physical realm.
The author uses the analogy of a multiplex cinema with different movies playing on 1,000 screens at once—and choosing which to experience and in what order. As they unfold in the telling, the author’s lifetime stories in this book—each so unexpected and unique—clearly demonstrate the value of exploring other lifetimes as a way to accelerate one’s spiritual journey of self-discovery…and why this book is such an entertaining and important read.

READERS’ COMMENTS:
“I really loved this book. I believe wisdom is meant to be shared, which Patty Paul has done with skill and grace in service to a higher good.”—Alanna Kali, reviewer for Indie Mystic magazine.

“What makes this wonderful memoir so unusual is that Patty Paul is writing about not one, but multiple lifetimes of experience—and sharing wisdom and insight from each. It is a mind-expanding book to read. I enthusiastically recommend it.”—Barnet Bain, producer of What Dreams May Come (film)

“I love the variety of lifetimes described in this book, along with the beautiful insights and gems of wisdom shared in these stories. It’s unlike anything I’ve come across in my ‘spiritual adventure’ reading.”—Kendra Langeteig, PhD, author essays and stories about mystical experience.

  • Sponsoring Organization: Barnes & Noble Glendale Americana
  • Location or Venue: The Americana at Brand, 210 Americana Way, Glendale CA 91210
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