Thursday, September 9, 2010


Walking Through Illusion by Betsy Otter Thompson

This book relates the author’s mental conversations with an energy she names Jesus, in which she examines questions about her human frailties, strengths, choices, and decisions. These are questions we all ask at, one time or another, in a quest to become more human.

This is a well organized and well written book. There are parts that read almost like a novel, telling of occurrences that could have been actual events. There are questions you may answer like a workbook. There are inspirational affirmations that may uplift your soul as you move through your own journey of removing veils of illusion. There are deeply poignant, personal insights that Thompson shares from her own life experiences. In other words, there is something for everyone.

You may or may not believe that Thompson actually spoke with Jesus, but that is irrelevant because her insights, revelations, and discoveries are thought-provoking, profound, and far from illusory.

Read through Walking and you will notice memories surfacing in relation to the pages you that you are reading. Keep Walking as a resource to refer back to when you are experiencing issues with ideas such as Morality, Beliefs, Truth, and Gifts in your life. You will want to examine your perceptions of life as you re-read Walking again and again.

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