To walk outside your own body. To look back and see yourself as the universe sees you. To see the entire story of your life laid open before you and to thumb through it page by page and truly understand. To see clearly, all the events that have lead up to where you are now and the choices you made, actions you took, and to gain a snapshot of your soul.
Pain, loss, joy, grief, death, and rebirth. To know that you have done it all the best you were able and that above all else you survived. And love, the greatest of all emotions, is within you. You are loved, you have loved, and you deserve love.
Most of all the deepest love possible.
To love yourself.
What would the scenario described above look like? If anyone is capable of drawing out a sketch of these events, I believe Rachel Finch is just such a person.
She has painted a deeply emotional picture of this landscape and through her eyes we are able to gain a rare glimpse into what it might be like to view yourself from afar.
In “Conversations With My Higher Self”, Finch takes us on a guided tour of self-perception from outside one’s on psyche.
It’s a marvelous journey of exploration and discussion with one’s own consciousness.
Asking difficult questions and receiving difficult answers, as only your own heart can give.
I was profoundly moved by this piece. As a poet and an empathic soul, my heart and mind were solidly gripped by the experience of reading this book.
If you are one who enjoys philosophical discussions about how the events in your life have molded you into the person you are, then this is exactly the book for you.
It will leave you with a profound feeling of having witnessed something beautiful.
It will also likely uncover the hidden answers in your mind to some of the most desperate questions your heart has been asking.