clarifier for those who desire to work with celestial forces. The coreobjective of the book is to empower the reader to develop their ownpersonal spirit power in order to center and e
levate their consciousness. It’s
not only a step-by-step instructional but also breaks down some complex
metaphysical and cultural notions that I’ve found, through the years,
become stumbling blocks for traditional spirituality practitioners. In anutshel
l, it’s a book of religious demystification.
What inspired you to write this book?
I’d say I was inspired by my personal council of spirit guides. “DivinePower” seems like such an immense expression until the understanding of
this idea is etched in on
e’s soul and psyche.
In working with clients over
the years I’ve encountered, all too often, people who were swamped with
information but, had no relevant know-how on how to apply this informationor its fundamental meanings.It came to me that the best way I could serve, in this season, would be todevelop convenient hands-
on guides for those coming into the “knowledgeof self” wakefulness. There are plenty of books, videos, and seminars thatone could dive into but, “Grasping the Root of Divine Power”
is my modestattempt to make a bee-line straight to the core message and significance ofvital foundational spiritual calculations.
What do you want readers to gain from your book?
Confidence. We’re in an age where people need to become shamans,
gurus, and high priest/priestesses unto themselves, first, on the individual
level. Waiting for the “blessing” and green
-light from a high priest/priestessor the passage of initiation into a traditional system prior to making contactwith the spirit guardians that help support and provide spiritual navigation
for your life is unwise, in my opinion. To be clear, I’m not advising one to go
out after reading a few kitchen spell books, and incantations to attempt tocounsel others as a conjurer or energy worker. I would say one needs to
learn to be a minister to the “shrine of self” first. People have become too
dependent on messianic blind faith and we tend to super-impose western