According to Tadd, Spirit is the God Force that animates and empowers us and suffuses everyone and everything. But while Spirit is conscious and communicative, we haven't been taught to look for or listen to it. In fact, most of us have been conditioned not to look or listen. When we choose to attune our conscious mind with Spirit, we find ourselves able to engage life with greater clarity--even when it tests us through illness, death, loneliness, anxiety, or fear.
The Infinite View offers tools and insights needed to achieve this attunement. Drawing on her personal narrative, as well as the experiences of her students, Tadd helps readers transform their understanding of themselves and the world around them.
- ISBN-13: 9780399175466
- ISBN-10: 0399175466
- Publisher: Tarcherperigee
- Publish Date: March 2017
- Page Count: 304
- Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.9 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2017-02-13
- Reviewer: Staff
Author and clairvoyant counselor Tadd (Death and Letting Go) believes deeply in a conscious, communicative spirit that both connects all humans to oneness and is the essence of all human incarnations and practices. In this thoughtful handbook to navigating life from a spiritually attuned perspective, Tadd gives all the credit to her spirit guides. Her approach tends toward active solicitation of the universal spirits messages through a meditative approach that sees the place of inner stillness as the meeting point between brain chatter and expanded perception. She encourages the individuals inner spirits active engagement with the outside world through projecting the consciousness outward as a way to understand people and situations, third-eye focus on the human world for clarity, and asking and listening as core informational tools. Though she has a strong focus on past lives being the grounding of current experience, she leaves space for creative choice and shows how dichotomous concepts (fear/desire, humility/greatness) offer alternative perspectives on the same challenges. Those for whom these skills do not come easily might be frustrated by Tadds reports of her own success (and that of her clients), but those who are looking to spiritually refocus will find Tadds writing and ideas to be positive, approachable, and upbeat. (Apr.)