Soul Skin: 1000 Lifetimes, 1000 Sacred Dream Journeys (Paperback)
1000 Lifetimes, 1000 Sacred Dream Journeys
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 9781494773595, 382pp.
Publication Date: December 21, 2013
About the Author
Author Bio in short: Jan Porter finds the magic of the past and cosmos within every day unsung (s)heroes and the human condition to share with you. She is a philosophical ponderer of human nature, spirit world and nature, hence she does not hold to any one particular tradition as a one higher truth or one size fits all. Viva la diversity! Jan aims to share thought provoking human conditions, touch on that bigger picture of spirituality, mystical and ancient traditions through the ancient art of storytelling; real people, unsung unlikely heroes and a touch of the magical. Jan recalls as a young child, being held captivated with magical yarns of indigenous cultures, saints, mysticism and shamanism and Robert Service's tales of the north northern wilderness . As a teen, she found old battered copies of Voltaire's 'Candide', Margaret Caven's 'I Heard the Owl Call My Name' and anything ancient mystical shaman which her awkward geeky adolescent soul hungered for. Inspired, she first dabbled with typewritten short stories, articles and poetry founding a funky alternative secondary school newspaper 'Cool School News'. After many years of work in Human Services, evening ferocious spiritual, quantum or philosophical reading while raising children (all much food for character and story seeds) followed by a long arduous post-secondary completion of world religions, philosophy and spiritual sciences, she is carving a new path that takes all of the good of our ancestors and the hope for tomorrow to make a splash! Jan aims to offer insights and wisdom of our human condition with higher insights and to empower inspire and is the founder of the ad hoc Soul Works Gifting Foundation. *For more information on Jan Porter's work or to Connect via www.inspiredsoulworks.com, GoodReads, Google+, Twitter, Kindle Mojo, YouTube