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Letting Go: An Ordinary Woman's Extraordinary Journey of Healing & Transformation Paperback – Jun 1 2008
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Although the title describes Nancy as an "ordinary woman", perhaps a more appropriate nomenclature would be an exceptional person in tune with nature who not only understands the connection between animals and humans but is able to communicate with animals. A woman dedicated to finding her center through spiritual and cerebral means, pitting ego against soul, learning to love herself, trust her decisions, and focus on the positive instead of the negative. This outstanding book leads the reader through Nancy's soul-searching journey of transformation, from a woman filled with anger and rage and negativity to one who is at peace with herself and her feelings and has learned to let go of the things she cannot control. The reader will feel Nancy's pain as she struggles and rejoice with her as she begins to progress toward her life's goal. The lessons learned in this book are of great significance and will gift the reader with a better understanding of "self". Highly recommended.
BTW, contrary to an earlier review of this book, no I'm not friends with Nancy. This is a completely unbiased,objective review.
I lost my beautiful soul dog suddenly and unexpectedly in February of this year, in finding out that they are happy and look forward to the return to spirit brought comfort to me. Besides the unexpected loss of my husband, losing my dog was the hardest thing for me. It happens that my dog was born on the day my husband was cremated. I always sensed a part of his soul in my dog. Perhaps, it was just all in my head. I just know for sure my dog was an old friend.
I loved the read of Gibran, "The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain. When you are sorrowful, look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight. Verily you are suspended like scales between your joy and sorrow. Only when you are empty are you at a standstill and balanced."
I need balance to move forward on my journey.
Ms. Kaiser's writing technique is among the best I've encountered in this genre. She is refreshingly honest, open and sincere. I have read it more than once, always finding something new and meaningful. Get your highliters ready! I would recommend this book to anyone, any age .... I hope she writes many more. Bravo !!!!!!!!!