Walking with Elijah
The Fable of a Life Journey and a Fulfilled Soul
By Doobie Shemer
Published: August 2014
Genre: Motivational & Inspirational / Self-Help
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers in the U.S.), PDF, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
Forty-five-year-old Doobie Shemer has it all: a loving family, two cars, a dog and two cats. He lives in his suburb house, holds a corporate executive position and he is financially stable. Life is comfortable and predictable.
Yet, something is missing; something he can’t describe can’t put his finger on. A restless feeling of being incomplete dominates his whole existence.
Nevertheless, Doobie soon learns that life for him was not meant to be routine or ordinary. One bright winter’s day he meets Elijah, his spiritual teacher, at a shamanic workshop in New Orleans, the course of Doobie’s life begins to change. A mystical seed awakens in him and begins to sprout. It creates hunger for more spiritual abundance that leads Doobie to an enormous shift from incompleteness to a sense of fulfillment and bliss.
Walking with Elijah: The Fable of a Life Journey and a Fulfilled Soul inspires us to fearlessly explore our own spiritual path and to walk paths never walked before.
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