Soul Whispers: Remembering

A Book by Dr Nikki Drennan

This book is meant to be a whisper to us of what we already know, but just haven’t realised. As a reminder, it nudges memories, paints the pictures and then names the spaces.  This is Nikki Drennan’s Soul Whispers: Remembering.

About the Book

“This story has morphed through the years and has finally formed in the words of this book. It is a journey to reach awareness, it is a creation of space, it is a remembering, a reconnecting with soul. It is a gentle finding of yourself. An acknowledgement of the fact that we are mind, body and soul.

It is a path to a better understanding of who we are, a guide as to how we can look for more, and a puzzle into which we can fit the pieces. It acknowledges the various spaces we may find ourselves in as we go through life. It helps us to really see these spaces for what they are, and shows us how to choose the spaces we are comfortable with. This book is meant to be a whisper to us of what we already know, but just haven’t realised. As a reminder, it nudges memories, paints the pictures and then names the spaces.

Each chapter concentrates on a certain space we may find ourselves in. Each chapter completes with a gentle visualisation to help us acknowledge the space.

Namaste.”

~ Nikki

How to buy the book?

Soul Whispers is available to buy as an eBook on Amazon or contact Nikki to order your copy today! (Available in soft or hard cover paperback. )

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“This is a book to be savoured, a chapter at a time. I have been drinking it in slowly during my morning ‘coffee and me’ moments, tasting each new thought, each new perspective with great enjoyment, letting it filter gently through my mind”

Sue Schoning, Thesoullighthouse.com

“Can we learn to re-know
Will we be able to re-connect
How easy is it to re-imagine?”

Poem, page 195

“We need to be aware that a body and mind cannot exist without a soul. A soul is that essence that fills the body”

Page 127

“If we had the time to experience life differently. If we could look at life through different eyes, what would we see?”

Page 85