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What Everyone Believed
A Memoir of Intuition and Awakening

by Christine Hoeflich

      After having searched for purpose and gratification outside of herself to provide inner fulfillment, and failed, then having tried to compensate through external activities for what was missing inside, Christine Hoeflich began the philosophical journey to find her inner self and follow its guidance. With her life in chaos, it had become clear that developing this relationship with her inner self had become crucial. Intuition, rather than conventional wisdom, was the key. She began to look within for inner guidance to discover who she really was and what she was here on this earth to do. She began searching for her life's direction.

I found some interesting facts brought out in this memoir such as: journaling helps one connect to one's soul and its purpose, changing your whole perspective by learning new facts, and how bad memories affect your ability to deal with circumstances as an adult unless you make peace with the memory.

What Everyone Believed is Christine Hoeflich's memoir of her search for inner peace. She seeks her direction through a channeler, "Counsels of Light." There are good points and lessons brought out in the book that can benefit all who read it, but overall I felt the book did not describe the actual intuition and awakening very well and at times left the reader unfulfilled.

The Book

Between Worlds Publishing
January 22, 2008
Memoir / New-Age
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The Reviewer

Connie Harris
Reviewed 2008
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