Sneak Peek – Virtual Spiritual Book Club: Pleiadian Initiations of Light
Several years ago someone shared a quote with me that has changed my life:
“Five years from now you will be the same person you are today except for the people you’ve met and the books that you’ve read.” ~ Charlie “Tremendous” Jones
I love reading but after I left my day job to pursue my dream job (working at home) I didn’t have the time to read. For some reason, that quote has stuck in my head and has literally become a permanent part of my being.
Last year my lovely friend, Michele Bergh at Be Inspired Design, offered a great eCourse on how to create an eCourse and thus “Virtual Spiritual Book Club” was born!
Every other month I host an online virtual book club to help people who are too busy to read but who want all that GREAT enlightening information by summarizing each chapter and moderating a support group on FB for questions and comments.
And I must admit I am having a virtual BLAST!!!
Today I would like to share with you a “sneak peek” at our next Virtual Book – Pleiadian: Initiations of Light by Christine Day.
This is our fourth book so far this year.
My only function here is love. (A Course in Miracles)
“The purpose of this book is to assist you in finding your way back to your (spiritual) Self…to resurrect your Self in alignment to your light…so that you too can be your own healer and conduiit on this earth plane.”
Have you been chosen?
I love to read and your book club sounds great. I actually sit on the board of a local not for profit and we have been holding virtual seminars-its a wonderful medium that allows us to connect around the world-and your reading list looks like such fun!
I really like the idea of a virtual book club, and that you provide such a comprehensive preview of the book Julie. It’s a great example of the kind of connecting that the book seems to address. You’re reaching out with a gift, allowing readers to receive as much (or as little) as they desire/need/are ready for! Thank you!
A virtual book club — brilliant! I love it! You know what I neglect? “Fun” reading. I read all kinds of books on business, child psychology/development, self-help, how-to, etc. — but I never read books purely for fun, escape, etc. I’m inspired now…. 🙂
I just finished a book just for fun and LOVED it. It was called Radical Simplicity by Dan Price. I accidentally bought it when I was looking for a similar title and it’s been sitting around for over a year. It’s a great book to read by the lake or outdoors in nature and truly inspiring to help one live simply.
Oh what a great Idea, I have been feeling my neglect of reading with my business building myself…need to give myself permission and thanks for introducing me to such an interesting book and concept 3rd-5th…thought provoking