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Savannah begins her sacred walk with Ratiffa (Ra-teef-a), ‘a Wise Old Sage’ who lives in the woods at a magical homestead in the Temperate Rainforest. Through meditation, visualization and ‘soul flying’ she discovers an Alternate, Parallel World that is beyond anything she could have ever dreamed and finds the peace, love, harmony, joy and purpose she has been so desperateSavannah begins her sacred walk with Ratiffa (Ra-teef-a), ‘a Wise Old Sage’ who lives in the woods at a magical homestead in the Temperate Rainforest. Through meditation, visualization and ‘soul flying’ she discovers an Alternate, Parallel World that is beyond anything she could have ever dreamed and finds the peace, love, harmony, joy and purpose she has been so desperately seeking all of her life. Journey along with her on this awakening, mystical odyssey to the “Enchanted Forest” and meet the most amazing, phenomenal and celestial characters along the way. Some you will know, some you haven’t met yet. In doing so, you may be in for a surprise or two and you just might discover yourself along this illuminative path to enlightenment. Hold onto your hats, it’s going to be an extraordinary, evolutionary, exhilarating and eye opening experience!...

Title : In the Light of the Full Cold Moon (Moon Sage Theosophies #1)
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ISBN : 30983723
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Number of Pages : 291 Pages
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In the Light of the Full Cold Moon (Moon Sage Theosophies #1) Reviews

  • Vicki
    2019-03-04 03:19

    What an amazing and interesting read. The characters were interesting and I was invested in their journey. It was a beautiful story of growth and learning. To see the wise Ratiffa teaching Savannah contentment and spiritual awakening opened my own mind to her lessons. This was a sweet spiritual awakening. Wonderfully written and very lovely to envision the woods with the enchanted cabin.

  • E.A. Comiskey
    2019-02-23 08:14

    I'm generally a very fast reader - the kind who skips ahead to the last page to see what's going to happen. This story of spiritual exploration was like sinking into a hot bath. It was beautiful and filled with love. Savannah was a relatable and enjoyable character and the story was easy to read and follow, while being layered with meaning. I would recommend it to anyone, but particularly those who suffer from anxiety or struggle with traditional religion.

  • Margaret Chadwick
    2019-03-05 03:12

    Author: Susan Elizabeth GirardTitle: In The Light Of The Full Cold MoonGenre: Religion, Spirituality, New Age, Occult, Supernatural, InspirationalSynopsis: Savannah begins her sacred walk with Ratiffa (Ra-teef-a) "a wise old sage" who lives in the woods at a magical homestead in the temperate forest. Through meditation, visualisation and "soul flying" she discovers an alternative, parallel world that is beyond anything she could have ever dreamed and finds the peace, love, harmony, joy and purpose she has been so desperately seeking all of her life. Journey along with her on this awakening, mystical odyssey to the "enchanted forest" and meet the most amazing, phenomenal and celestial characters along the way. Some you will know, some you haven't met yet. In doing so, you may be in for a surprise or two and you might just discover yourself along this illuminative path to enlightenment. Hold onto your hats, it's going to be an extraordinary, evolutionary, exhilarating and eye opening experience. Review: This was an interesting read that kept me hooked from start to finish. For this I would like to thank the author for the chance to read such an amazing book. I would recommend this book to any reader who enjoys and has an interest in the supernatural and the occult. This book also includes notes of religion and spirituality throughout the story. This is a book with a very intriguing story line. I enjoyed this book so much that I plan to invest in a paperback copy to claim a permanent place in my ever growing book collection. Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

  • Chelsea DeVries
    2019-03-03 02:25

    As i writer myself, i just kept thinking that maybe i was being too quick to assume this book was good or not. Yet, unless you are entirely fascinated with new age terminology or into occult practices, you may find this book comforting.outside of the themes throughout, I find the story to be one dimensional at best, and I really wanted it to get better. I gave it until page 57 to make the decision that this book was not for me but that does not mean it couldn't be improved upon.

  • Henk-Jan van der Klis
    2019-03-08 06:18

    Visualizations, meditation, and dream wanderings take Savannah on a spiritual journey with her guide Ratiffa, 'a Wise Old Sage' who lives in in the Temperate Rainforest. Savannah is presented all kinds of religions and spiritual movements, combined with inspiration to enhance sustainability, save the planet and find happiness. Welcome In the Light of the Full Cold Moon by Susan Elizabeth Girard.If you thought new age is so 1990, or 'postmodernism' is not that modern anymore, find everything on universalism, environmentalism, activism, religious co-existence, a mix your own religion approach in this book. From Buddhism and Confucianism to Christianity and Islam, Hinduism and Judaism, paganism and whatever '-ism' is out there, in the Temperate Rain forest, where the elements collaborate to create magical woods and a happily ever after campfire setting for all participants, Savannah is looking for enlightenment. In every chapter a new guide, prophet or manifestation of a religious leader or godhead explains to Savannah why he or she upholds a piece of the truth, without exclusive rights, guarding absolute truths, norms. "Religions are speaking the same truth", according to the book. If you're a Christian, Muslim, confessing Jew, Hindustan or Buddhist, you may find yourself estranged from the claims in this book, knowing more quotes and context of your holy scriptures than are used in this fictional setting. And yet, Savannah proves to be as human as we all are. Even after accepting all the spiritual teachings, including the noble truths from Buddhism, she doesn't accept sickness and physical shortcomings. What is enlightenment? When is the quest over?

  • Somali Chakrabarti
    2019-03-07 06:23

    ‘In the Light of the Full Cold Moon’ is the story of Savannah’s journey through the Temperate Rainforest in an altered / contemplative state that leads to the process of her self-discovery and enlightenment. In the various chapters, the author describes Savannah’s meeting with her Mentors and Masters from different religions and faiths, who take her on a Spiritual journey and help her to get in touch with her inner Spiritual self, and discover her purpose in life. The book looks at spirituality in context of the divine creations of nature and eco-systems and emphasizes on their interconnections. It conveys the message of sustainability, similarities between different religions and faiths, and the power of collective thoughts.On reading the book, I learnt many new things about the Temperate Rain-forests, about the philosophy behind many religious practices and native cultural celebrations from different parts of the world, celebrations during different Equinox- Yule, Ostara, Mabon, about Totem poles, etc.The enchanting description of the majestic beauty of indigenous forest of the Pacific Northwest America, coupled with beautiful photographs make the book a very charming read. However, I think, it will require a spiritually sensitive reader to appreciate the profoundness of book, and comprehend the message in its entirety.

  • W. Tinkanesh
    2019-03-21 09:06

    (My rating is actually 3.5 stars)It is the end of the summer and Savannah, who’s recently adopted a rescue dog, is in need of emotional healing. To deal with insomnia, she does yoga, meditates, and recites mantras. She starts visualizing and gets into trance, letting her soul fly and journey.During her soul journeys, she regularly visits a compound where she enjoys the company of several people: Ratiffa, Marieke, Krishnee, Vijay and more. Each conversation is an opportunity to learn, grow and discover.‘In the Light of the Full Cold Moon’ is a woman’s journey of self-discovery and healing, a mystical odyssey during which the author indulges in an ecological description of the Pacific Northwest coast throughout the seasons and a comparative study of religions.Susan Elizabeth Girard wrote a spiritual novel for readers open-minded enough to wander and acknowledge similarities between the main paths and ways of thinking from around the world.It is a light and philosophical fantasy that I would have enjoyed more with the appropriate punctuation (as some passages required second reading to see who was talking), but I stayed with the main character and followed her along her journey home.

  • Becca Chopra
    2019-03-14 02:14

    In the Light of the Full Cold Moon by Susan Elizabeth Girard is a story of spiritual exploration and healing.In this novel, Girard’s protagonist Savannah goes into meditative “vision states” or astral travels into another dimension of the rainforest where she meets and learns from a wise shaman, a Muslim, Chief Dan George, Jesus, a messianic Jew, a Buddhist, a Hindu, a Taoist, Archangels and other guides. She learns the importance of preserving nature and Mother Earth and keeping spirituality alive.The book is full of a wide range of historical religious doctrine, philosophical musings, and an unflagging sense of joy in winding one’s way through both the Sacred Coastal Rainforest and the sacred within us all.An important realization that is shared is that religions don’t matter; in fact, most have similar truths at their core. “Goodness comes in many forms,” says one of Savannah’s mentors in the forest.Savannah learns she is an Intuitive Empathic Healer, which is why on her spiritual path she feels the suffering of others. In learning how to use her gifts, she provides us with this spiritual guidebook containing many amazing insights.

  • Kirsty Noah-whitlock
    2019-03-17 04:15

    Before I began reading the main story I came across the epilogue. This contained information on the author and I found it very interesting and a good idea to get to read the author story before the book they have written to find out more about them. I just wanted to put this in my review before I begin my main review on the book which will be added on below....Excellent use of quotes at the beginning of each chapter The book contains beautiful passages making each scene richly atmospheric Captivated my attention from the first pageVery thought provokingAlot of research has gone into this bookHowever, I did lose the flow of the book and unfortunately I started to lose interest about half way through when to me it became more of a "fact finder" than a story.I thought the tale about the star fish was beautiful and really made me consider the difference one person can make The meditation poses were quite interesting and I even tried them myself Filled with religion, environmental issues, occult, new age terminology, meditation, self discovery and spiritualism.Recommend to anyone interested in the above xx

  • P.S. Winn
    2019-03-15 05:22

    I really enjoyed the journey of this book, I have to say you should read this with an open mind to life and spirituality. I have both and think the author must have an incredible open mindedness and a loving soul. Readers meet Savannah, a woman who is having a hard time just making it through the days of her life. We all have felt the way the woman does I think.Using a bit of meditation mixed with a bit of supernatural mixed in, Savannah takes a journey. Ratiffa is Savannah's main guide, but she is aided in her journey by people by all walks and faiths in order to know only help herself, but to find a way to help others and earth itself. The author has done an amazing job combing spiritual teachings with a novel of hope, struggle and enlightenment. Whether you believe in the spiritual side of things or not I still think this book will touch your heart and make you think about how we all act toward our fellow human beings and the earth we all share.

  • Tabitha Darling
    2019-03-14 08:04

    Read April 18 2017A nice, slow read which follows a woman on her personal and spiritual journey. During the course of her experience, she visits a special place and talks over a wide range of topics with many enlightened individuals. She also learns how to live better with the Earth, to give back instead of taking, and to be a little more self sufficient. I would have liked the characters to be more defined and a final run-through with editing. Otherwise the book was peaceful and pleasant.

  • Amy Shannon
    2019-03-07 08:19

    Spiritual guidance and faithThis book takes the reader to a new level of hope and faith. It's a slow-paced read and that's perfect for the subject matter. The book has wonderfully, beautiful passages that lend to the reader. This book touched my heart and soul, and brings a new perspective of life. Sit back, light some candles and relax, this book will bring you where you need to go. A journey all of its own.

  • Nikki
    2019-03-03 01:06

    I thought this was fiction, but half the sample was taken up by the author talking about her health issues and then when the story started it appeared to be a fictionalised version of those events. Not my thing.

  • Susan Girard
    2019-03-11 01:02