Opening to Fullness of Spirit: Discovering Secrets of the Soul Through Automatic Writing
Should you ever decide to shake your fist at God and demand truth, hold on to your seat and prepare yourself for a spiritual adventure the likes of which you’ve never imagined.
On Easter Sunday of 1971, Carolyn Greer Daly did exactly that and found herself propelled across the sea of tradition onto the foreign shores of another realm of reality. In innocent trust she opened a door and stepped over the threshold with no idea of where it would lead. Most stories have a beginning, middle, and an end. Her fascinating story is different, as she writes: “I’m not sure when it began―perhaps on Easter Sunday, 1971, or perhaps hundreds of years before that date with a lady named Ellen―and I doubt that it will end with my death. It is my hope that this story will continue when someone else . . . picks up a pen and finds me on the other side.”
Carolyn Greer Daly grew up in Washington D.C. and the National Mall was her playground. After her marriage she moved to Maryland where she taught 8th grade Sunday school in a Methodist Church for several years. During that time, she experienced a dark night of the soul and began a personal search for truth that led to automatic writing, a lifetime devoted to spiritual exploration through writing, and many spiritual adventures. She is currently an associate editor of Awareness: Exploring Spirituality, an all-beliefs inclusive publication dedicated to expanding spiritual paths through professionally written articles and columns. She lives in Brightwood, VA.
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