Buried Treasure: Unearth Your Golden Soul

Simple, profound messages to remind you of who you are, from Neville Goddard, Eckhart Tolle, Florence Scovel Shinn, Deepak Chopra, Joanna Macy, and more. Selections and commentary by Amakiasu Turpin-Howze

by Amakiasu Turpin-Howze

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/7/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9798765232293
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9798765232309
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9798765232316

About the Book

She sought only to rescue herself, but the universe had a different plan; others could be saved too. In Buried Treasure: Unearth Your Golden Soul, Amakiasu Turpin-Howze shares universal laws and principles which transformed her personal trauma into life-giving waters.Her emotional distress drove her to take notes because, as she says, “I needed to hold on firmly to the wisdom of the ages. I needed something to soften the blow.” Fast forward several months to her little notebook, now chock full of inspirational messages that carried Amakiasu through one of the most difficult periods of her life. With her grief easing, she thought, “Surely, I’m not alone. Personal trauma is part of the human journey. Some barely survive, while others are scarred for the duration. If these principles saved my life, maybe they can help someone else too.” Those notes turned book, brim here with universal laws and principles that, if consciously applied, can catalyze the power within to elevate and enlighten us. They come from thought leaders, such as, Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Neville Goddard, and Deepak Chopra. Their message is here for the taking. Amakiasu demonstrates and interprets many of these with stories and reflections from her life. Buried Treasure: Unearth Your Golden Soul is a veritable treasure trove for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of what it means to be spiritual beings on this Earth plane. If it doesn’t inspire you, it will, at minimum, give you much food for thought and tools for better living.

About the Author

A teacher of 30 years, Amakiasu spent much of her life seeking to reconcile her spiritual beliefs with the highly structured and bureaucratic demands of teaching. During her journey, from public to private and home school settings, she raised three children and navigated the hardships of marital relationships twice. These personal challenges, along with other bumps in the road, caused Amakiasu to go within, seeking solace, understanding, and strength through her beloved spiritual texts. Her “inward seeking” propelled her closer and closer to educational settings that placed children at the center of the curriculum and nourished them while doing so. Amakiasu culminated her teaching career in garden education, where the outdoor classroom brought her great joy and fulfillment. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia where she continues to enjoy gardening, writing, and creating programs for children.