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“A book not to simply read, but to experience”–Tampa Bay Examiner
Ever-Flowing Streams chronicles my spiritual adventures through the seemingly disconnected avenues of Christianity, the Japanese healing system of Reiki, quantum physics, A Course in Miracles, and past-life therapy. While living a middle-class, conventional life, I’m drawn into the healing prayer wave of the 1980’s. Seeking a healthier life and answers to a recurring medical mystery, I go beyond the boundaries of the church to study the emerging mind-body-spirit movements of the day. In 2005, an encounter with a Reiki therapist changes my life and challenges my belief system. Ultimately, the book deals with the power of prayer and includes exercises for readers to explore their own healing possibilities.
Open minded seekers who love reading spiritual literature, biography and case studies will find this book combines those ingredients and mixes them with thought provoking ideas. Dana’s struggles with her condition and her conscience will resonate for many people. Dana has had an amazing journey and while she initially resisted following her `still small voice’ to conform to her traditional Christian beliefs, when she finally surrendered she received the gift of healing grace. It takes a lot of courage to step outside the safety of what is acceptable to our peers and even more courage to write about it and make those inner struggles public, but Dana has done this beautifully. As a Reiki healer who has experienced past life recall, there are echoes of my experiences in Dana’s story. I knew I had to read it and I’m glad I did. There are many ways to believe and to walk the path of love. Dana shares her way of walking it with her readers. I highly recommend this book. J. Hunneybell
The book is a fascinating story of the author’s discovery and use of healing arts. Ever-Flowing Streams is well written and very clear. It follows Dana Taylor’s search for an answer to chronic debilitating illness from adolescence into her sixth decade. It is a fascinating journey. Alan Taylor