“Looking Back” provides a discovery of past lives and the existence of spiritual interaction. It is a stunningly honest, engrossing account of an intimate journey inward. This book provides growth and enlightenment for those interested in the spiritual world. It will appeal to anyone who has an interest in the supernatural or who has had a paranormal experience. It is a book for anyone on their own spiritual quest or who has a need to identify with others having similar experiences. It tells of recognizing signs, verbal interaction from beyond, and how spirit guides are of assistance. This book specifically describes dream recall of past-life experiences and how self-regression can work.
Reviews for the Book
Ellen Marie Blend's story begins in 1990 as she notices that she experiences strong emotional feelings when she encounters certain objects like cinderblock buildings. With the help of a friend, Ellen starts investigating why she feels this way. Ellen and her friend Gwenn explore areas near where she lives to see what her reactions are to certain places. The more she engages in this activity, the more memory recall Ellen has. What is unusual about this is that the memories are not of this lifetime. Ellen feels called to England. She journeys there with another friend, Duncan. Her experiences become more intense. She is now able to connect family names with places. As Ellen journeys along this path of remembering past lives, she discovers more about herself and why she feels and acts certain ways. She is able to connect current friends and family members with people that she knew in the past. People that are interested in exploring their own past lives will find this book very interesting. In addition to enjoying the story, I really appreciated that the author included pictures of the places that she was writing about. The visual cues from this made me feel more like I was on the journey with her. "Looking Back" also will motivate the reader to start exploring their own connections to past lives. Questions will come to mind as you think along this issue. For example, if you are experiencing a phobia, is it tied to this life or something that happened in a former life that had such a huge impact it carried over to this lifetime? How about connections that you feel to other people? Have you known each other before? Why are these people in your life now? Is there a karmic debt to be paid? Looking Back will really make you look within for answers. --Paige Lovitt, Reader Views Your books do have an English touch and it's nice they are selling there. I am surprised about India, but India does have an English touch too, because of their history. Both countries also are interested in physic phenomena. --Gordon Stamper Your books do have an English touch and it's nice they are selling there. I am surprised about India, but India does have an English touch too, because of their history. Both countries also are interested in physic phenomena. --Gordon Stamper
About the Author: Ellen Marie Blend
Ellen Marie Blend
What began as a tug on the heart, an eerie emotion that pulled at her chest, started a career for Ellen of writing about personal, spiritual and inexplicable encounters. In her quest to find answers, her meditative state began to open up other psychic channels.
Visual images began to appear in her mind’s eye. They were symbolic in nature, and caused her to search again for answers in regard to these visions. Other spiritual interactions came into play such as receiving signs and cues from everyday life happenings. She soon learned to accept these forms of communication as logical endorsements to her thinking.
The use of other mediums offered some intrigue, such as Tarot cards, divining rods, and a crystal ball. Even though these produced extraordinary results, more notable were her innate abilities to transmit telepathically with a soul mate and receive communication from souls passed on. This caused her to continue writing and another book began, and another, and another, and another.
Ellen creates a mystique in her writing just by citing everyday life experiences. She is quick to document those incidents that make an impression with her as to not doubt what she saw and felt long after its occurrence.
If you like a symbolic spiritual mystery with feeling, Ellen has stories to tell. She captures the hearts of those interested in the supernatural as she explicitly portrays an esoteric extension of herself. She writes, “A creation within the mind’s eye tells something about the person’s soul, their very spirit, and their internal being—just for the asking!”