Dreaming Down Heaven Hot

Gini Gentry   August 01, 2011  
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Dreaming Down Heaven
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Date Published
September 16, 2010

Dreaming Down Heaven combines nonfiction and fiction to present spiritual core truths in an approachable style where 'chick-lit meets The Secret'. With the greatest love and compassion, Gini Gentry has devoted her life to facilitating the imperative journey: the soul's challenging exodus from the realm of fear and its safe crossing into the consciousness of divine love. In her book, Dreaming Down Heaven, Gentry poignantly illustrates the uncertain , and often threatening, inner landscape we all must traverse before we can stand tall atop the spiritual precipice of possibility.

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(Updated: September 05, 2011)
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I must admit that I was a bit skeptical at first about using a fantasy novel to convey Toltec teachings, but boy was I wrong. A dreamscape is the perfect vehicle for getting you out of your head and into the real spirit of the teachings, and Gini Gentry does it with such gusto that you are swept along into the dream along with all your own stuff, that keeps popping up as you read along.
The story is about Gigi, a gal who has hit the bottom of her emotional and financial reserves after a painful divorce from a rock star. She answers an ad for a manager of a small rural theater, and when she arrives she finds herself in the company of a whole class of “angels in training” who are put through a spiritual boot camp by the formidable Maya, mistress of illusion, ably assisted by God(frey).
As you romp through the human drama to acquire the twelve keystones of life wisdom, it is impossible not to reflect on them in the context of your own history and habits of thought. By embedding them in story, their meaning is brought home to you with more personal impact than just reading them in a spiritual text. The truth of ideas like, “you are the playwright of your own life,” or “your perceptions create your reality” seeps into your subconscious without effort. I believe this book can be a delightfully transformative experience for its readers. Warmly recommended.

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