Like Trees Grow Together-A Spiritual Journey
In his second book on the topic, Clifford Coull does his best to present his experiences with physic abilities in a relatable and easy-to-grasp manner – and to make evident the possibility of a psychic life for you. The point of his memoir is not simply to tell you his amazing story, but to show you the way towards a journey of your own. One could look at Like Trees Grow Together as sort of a Cliff’s Notes to the land of visions and voices from the next world. What makes Like Trees Grow Together work so well is the fact that Coull is able to accomplish both goals and still have produced a high readable memoir.
After trudging through an awful and devastating divorce, Coull finds himself having these strange and seemingly unexplainable out-of-this-world experiences: visions of teachers he has yet to meet, voices from people who have passed over into the next life and a strong connection to seemingly unconnected individuals. What struck me the most about his initiation into this world was his lack of alarm at the voices and visions when they first began — he seemed to accept them as though they were as normal as sliced bread. Still, he didn’t understand what was happening to him and desperately wanted to comprehend this new realm. Through exploration, classes, books, and special teachers, Coull is able to make sense of and appreciate the gifts he has been given. He shares his experiences in hopes that the reader will find something useful in his text.
While, not entirely convinced of the psychic world and its place in my life per say, Coull’s text is a quick and easy read. Interesting – at the very least. His writing is elementary and straight-forward — taking a topic that can confuse and confound readers and turning it into a simple matter of fact. He makes no apologies for his experiences and, thus, gives others the room to do the same. A worthwhile read if you’re interested in the subject matter.
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|Author||Clifford S. Coull|
|Page Count||105 pages|
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|Category||Spirituality & Inspiration|