Great reviews for Bound by Destiny, a past life journey to the present
Posted by kathleen2012 on 19 Sep 2012 . Filed under: Uncategorized
I just received an endorsement for Bound by Destiny by well-known psychic Ainslie MacLeod. He writes: “Bound by Destiny is an excellent read.”
Here are some other great reviews:
“I found Bound by Destiny a riveting read . . . by using diary entries and letters along with a narrative account of her current life, we get a deeply personal view . . . the use of past life sessions raises interesting questions as to the boundedness of the individual. For Ross, past life memories clearly provide a rich source of material from which to work on her present life dilemmas. She recognizes emotional patterns that provide a thread through many lives . . ..”
Dr. Fiona Bowie, Exploring the Afterlife.blogspot.co.uk -Honourary Research Fellow in Social Anthropology at the University of Bristol, UK and Member of the Afterlife Research Centre (ARC)
“One of the finest and most honest books I have read. It is so true. It has reinforced all that I have learned.”
Sanjay Rath, astrologer
“. . . an intriguing tale of love spanning many lifetimes and traumas. The true tale of a woman – who through her personal search and commitment to get answers and solutions, both in this life and past lives, has achieved – finally – her true love and partner. And future lives? We’ll have to wait for the sequel!”
Dr. Georgina Cannon – Author, Host on ShirleyMacLaine.com and Founder of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre.
“Bound by Destiny by Kathleen Ross, illuminates the intricacies of love and life, its wonderful highs and its dark, heavy lows. It reflected back to me a time when I went through similar experiences – finding the “one,” chaos and guilt, hurt and pain, marriage and breakups, children suffering.
What brought me farther along my own path was experiencing vicariously through Kathy, the inner knowing and trust that she showed for her inner guidance. Her tenacity, no matter the odds, to seek the truth and close the loop on a long time sorrow, isolation and defeat. Bravo, Kathy.”
Audry Mairi, author of Trager for Self Healing.
“A rare glimpse into what one individual has experienced through many lifetimes. This is an amazingly honest account of Kathy’s present life, intermingled with wide open views of past lives. Kathy vividly weaves into the story descriptions of very diverse past lives, from being a slave boy in Egypt, a monk in India, a distressed mother in Russia, and even a Nazi officer. It ties together previous life experiences with the present, which gives one an holistic view and whole new perspective on living. Kathy’s book brings home in an ordinary sense the role of karma in our lives. It gave me a feeling that we are all familiar with the different roles we play and the emotions that go with them, resulting in a timeless connection with all other souls, from the individual to the whole. This wipes out the reaction to judge others as we are all woven into the same fabric.
I especially enjoyed the sayings of Ezekiel at the first of every chapter. They are inspiring and enlightening. Kathy helps us identify with living an ordinary life from a spiritual all-encompassing perspective.
Being a fellow meditator I enjoyed the references to TM and could identify with Kathy’s thought and her struggle to always search for the right thing to do and her diesire to be true to herself but not cause harm to anyone else.
I totally enjoyed reading this book. The scenes from past lives were very well described. It gave me a wonderful new understanding and acceptance of my own life.”
“I simply could not put this book down once I started to read. It is a candid, amazingly detailed chronicle of Kathy’s past lives shared with her husband Hal. This is not fiction but a true account of the memories that surfaced when Kathy was ready to face and resolve repeating unproductive patterns in this lifetime. Not only is it a good read and a true life romance, but there are many life lessons in these stories that help one to understand issues we face in current relationships. Why do the same types of conflicts (or attractions) surface again and again in relationship after relationship? Why does someone we barely know seem familiar? The answers lie much deeper than childhood experiences or old patterns. I highly recommend it!”