Our Grand Journey of Self-Exploration

Two Souls Journeying to the Great Beyond

by Tara O'Toole-Conn

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/7/2015

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 238
ISBN : 9781504325691
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 238
ISBN : 9781504325684
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 238
ISBN : 9781504325707

About the Book

Our Grand Journey of Self-Exploration opens the door to connecting with your spirit truth. Whether this is your first journey of the soul or not, you will transform your thoughts about communicating through life, soul-to-soul, regardless of whether the soul is in the physical or in the spiritual realm. We all have a direct connection with the divine, and we can consciously choose to identify with the soul self of others before seeing the physical self. In seeing the soul self of others, you will be able to lovingly communicate their desires and fears with loving support.

“It is a time in history that is saying it’s time to appreciate the soulful connection we have to our loved ones in spirit. That is where we are as a collective, you know. We’re at that juncture in the human history where it is time to let go of the fear of the unknown, of the fear of death, the fear and uncertainty of what exists beyond this physical world that we can’t see with our physical eyes.” By the soul of Peter D. Conn.

About the Author

Tara O’Toole-Conn was a social sciences and art major at Rutgers University in New Jersey and Florida International University. She began her career as a legal assistant with several prestigious Pittsburgh- and Philadelphia-based law firms. She is a former painter, ceramist, and sculptor. She takes pleasure in many music genres, theater, reading, and journaling. She has an ongoing passion for human and spiritual development; she is an Usui Reiki Master and a Pilates enthusiast.

A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Tara now resides in Louisville, Kentucky. She is the widow and former caregiver for her beloved husband, Peter D. Conn. Although she had no former expertise in caregiving or the field of spiritual communications, it was the human, compromised suffering her husband remained in for years preceding his transition that brought her to the pages of Our Grand Journey of Self-Exploration. Her immense gratitude goes to Peter for their spiritual and human experiences of the past decade as they journeyed a life through illness.