Soul on Fire by Peter Calhoun
A Transformational Journey from Priest to Shaman

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Soul on Fire is a magical collection of stories describing the awakening of spiritual powers of an Episcopal priest turned shaman—powers that have usually been ascribed to Eastern masters of traditional shamans. It is about the quest for “lost knowledge” and the powers that Christ himself once promised.

Within these pages we learn about the “Path of Return” to our wondrous Earth as a means by which we can reclaim our original soul powers. Soul on Fire is an inspirational guide and must-read for long-time seekers and those just beginning their journey alike. It may just be in a genre of its own.

At a time when old modalities no longer seem to be working for many people, the stories in this book reveal a different way of thinking, feeling, and being. You won’t be able to read this book and still perceive the world in the same way.

 

About Peter Calhoun

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While still a priest in the Episcopal Church, Peter Calhoun embarked on a singular "quest." It was that archetypal "journey" against which everything in one's life is measured, and by which everything becomes defined. He had a vision of what was possible, and subsequently followed and lived it to the best of his ability. In following this vision, he came to challenge the existing paradigms of our time-those which the spokespeople of our religious and scientific communities so zealously defend, the current "consensus reality" of our world. In the end, after considerable struggle, he not only sought, but found, that Truth which sets one free.
 
Published June 1, 2007 by Hay House. 323 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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