Drop the BS (Belief Systems) and Be
by Keli Adams
Dog Ear Publishing

"Live your own truth without attachment to anything…with a childlike sense of wonder, curiosity, grace, gratitude, and love."

This work is divided into two sections: the first section is primarily about the author’s experiences of the psychic and the immanence and transcendence; the second part regards work one can do to help on the path of such growth. It begins with a helpful introduction, a basic discussion about her “bizarre life experiences,” and then, inexplicably, has an article quoted from Alena Hall in The Huffington Post about introverts. This is followed by the in-depth examination of her “intuitive gifts.” She then takes the reader through letting go of personal belief systems and ways to find one’s unlimited potential, discusses automatic writing, examines some of Robert Monroe’s work, and then ends with her journey as it is today.

With her education and training as a psychic medium and paranormal researcher, the author reveals herself in this personal and professional journey. The stories are fascinating and help to reveal other realms of existence. They express, in a nicely readable format, what one may experience through the mystical and the mysterious. Her use of mnemonics is valuable in aiding the reader to not only understand the author’s focus but is also a way to help in remembering one’s own past and the present with guidance into the future. This is a quirky book due to the author’s writing style, but it can be easily read by beginners on their developing paths into their authentic selves or by those who have already developed their own spiritual connections and want further information and helpful techniques. It is definitely worth reading.

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