Do you know where your socks are right now?
I wanted to read Robin’s book to be supportive to another blog writer and because I so enjoyed reading her words on her blog. I knew the book would be a good read and I would enjoy it; I would most likely discover another excellent writer of the longer story.
I began reading with the wrong expectation – that I was being supportive. After reading the snake story in the forward, I put the book aside and did other things. I knew I did not want to pick up and put down this book in between other activities. I knew I needed a straight shot.
This is a true story about a 25 year old woman with her new husband heading off to the Daintree Tropical Rain Forest and finding her authentic self and healing amidst the silence and noise of this world. It is a story about reaching higher levels of consciousness and grounding oneself for the journey at the same time. It is a story about healing.
When I had my cancer surgery and had 3 young children at home, a friend rescued me with the book AN UNKNOWN WOMAN By Alice Koller and NAKED IN EDEN is right in league with this fabulous book along with, and I think better than, EAT, PRAY, LOVE
This book is a tribute to a Father also, who took the time to make sure his child explored the world and learned how to succeed even with learning difficulties and different social needs and structures. It is an amazing parenting story also.
It is a true love story.
When I finished reading this book, I had to be still and just breathe. I felt a powerful breath of hope for my own healing to emerge and I sighed out my release into the Universe.
Lori said on face book:
Finished reading “Naked in Eden” today, Robin Easton’s baby. I need to find my socks — they’re blown off my feet! [i.e., AWESOME BOOK, ROBIN! Can I come play with you sometime?]
This book is an amazing read and worth every penny. It is available on Amazon.com by clicking on this blog link and on Robin’s blog Naked in Eden
I am hoping when you read this book you also send your socks flying!
Looking forward to what you have to say: