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Produced for Jacqui Meadows of Spiritual SojournsUnicorn Magic

Unicorns bring magic into our lives. Coming from the same realm as the Angels they work on our higher consciousness and remind us of our connection to Source. Unicorns bring playfulness back into our lives, while dispelling the monsters within … those old thought forms that we carry subconsciously as negative programming through fear, and later as we grow up, cynicism about life. The Unicorn Collection invites you to receive very powerful healing especially in times of soul loss or where you have given your power away through difficult emotional situations in your life.

This beautiful collection offers three powerful meditations:

Unicorn Magic is the first guided visualisation. It invites you to explore the magic and alchemy in your life, i.e. what needs transmuting from lead to gold?

The second CD is called Unicorns in the Mist. This instrumental music meditation brings the gentle healing essence of the Unicorns close to you on the earth plane. This CD can be used for humans, horses and especially children in the home – notice the magic in your life when using this CD particularly when in Mother Nature as you connect with her. See the beautiful healing orbs as they bounce into your life.

The third and last of this trio is called Unicorn Enchantment. It’s guided visualisation invites you into the world of the unicorns. The dimension of angels and unicorns brings deep healing and soul retrieval into your life, and dispels all negativity within the aura. This is a powerful CD which takes the listener into an enchanting journey where unicorns live.

I loved receiving these three CD’s. One should take time out to enjoy them as they are an hour long each, parts of which are instrumental. The music is powerful yet relaxing. It is like a story in itself, taking you on a journey. The violin brings inner peace and the piano chords add deep relaxation. Tinkling sounds bring a sense of magic and enchantment. The voice guiding the meditations is pleasant and softly spoken. I did need to wear headphones as the music is a bit loud compared to the spoken meditation. Nonetheless this made the music really seep in helping let go of all that surrounded me and move into a deep alpha state.

I loved the first guided meditation where 12 unicorn guides bring rainbow light to your energy field, after which you are guided into a forest by Merlin himself to meet your Unicorn. After meeting your Unicorn it carries you away on its wings of light! The instrumental CD is lovely to play on the background during healing work and I will use it when doing my readings and making my sculptures. I am sure it will inspire me to make more unicorns. I will leave the third CD as a surprise. Suffice it to say it felt like a deeply healing and balancing CD to me.

Review by Cathelijne Filippo-Kokeel


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By David MichieThe Dalai Lama's Cat

How would the Dalai Lama react when presented with the ‘gift’ of a dead mouse?

A malnourished slum kitten is carried back to the beautiful sanctuary; by the Dalai Lama himself. Her arresting blue eyes are slowly shown everything in the Buddhist leader’s life: timeless wisdom that comes only in the quietest moments between animal and man. You’ll follow His Holiness’s cat as she rubs up against Hollywood’s starts; teaches lessons at the feet of Buddhist masters, and learns how a bodhisattva deals with life in the twenty-first century; and soon see why a cat has the best vantage point on the fragility and beauty in all humans.

I was entranced from the outset by the narrative of this book, especially the descriptions of the life of the Dalai Lama, his wonderful personality and his profound wisdom. Even though it is obviously a work of fiction, the subtle lessons and observations seem to be presented in a much easier to understand way. The examples given illustrate really clearly how we so often unwittingly sabotage ourselves, and certainly encouraged me to re-examine my own habits and responses. Enjoy this book either as a lovely story or receive from its pages the many beautiful teachings it contains – including one or two little surprises. Whether you are a cat lover or not, this story holds many insights and delightful moments and it is certainly a book I shall read again and again.

Review by Joan Osborne

Published by Hay House  www.hayhouse.co.uk


ISBN: 978-1-78180-056-0

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