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By: Pamela Jean Goodall

Drawn to the Light

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Drawn to the Light is a captivating memoir that chronicles the life of an empathic child born into a loving and psychic family. From the author’s birth, readers will follow her journey of discovering spirituality and finding her place in the spiritual world.

This book is a collection of powerful experiences, ranging from psychic and spiritual to the everyday moments that shape us into who we are. Through sharing her story, the author hopes to inspire others who are also on their spiritual path.

While the author’s spiritual journey began in earnest when she joined a Spiritual Development and Meditation Group in 2001, her growth has continued to flourish in the years since then. In this book, readers will find inspiration and guidance for their own spiritual journey.

With quotes from spiritual luminaries like Neale Donald Walsh and Natasha Hoffman, Drawn to the Light offers a unique perspective on the difference between religion and spirituality, and how finding one’s own spiritual truth can unite us all. This memoir is a must-read for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of their own spiritual path.

Pamela Goodall has had many psychic and spiritual experiences happened to her throughout her life. She has owned a spiritual shop in the past, has a meditation group, gives card readings, provides workshops, gives talks on spirituality and channels messages from higher beings. She has self-published three books containing many channellings. She has channelled many paintings, which may become an oracle card set. She is a caring person who lives in the beautiful South West of England. Pamela works for love, light and peace and channels universal love that we may interact peacefully with each other.

Customer Reviews
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  • Ann Booy

    I felt I was talking to Pamela as I followed her story and was interested to find how much childhood had changed over the years. It was nice to read a story of a happy upbringing, after many dreary and doom-laden autobiographies. I was interested that Pamela should have been a twin (you'll have to read the book to find out). I wonder if has this been a reason for her spirituality - is she one spirit or two? I am hoping there will be a second book to continue Pamela's story.

  • Gary

    An interesting insight into a life's journey towards spirituality. Lots of short insights and stories into how she was as she says was drawn to the light

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