Perceptive and inspirational, this meditation recounts the experiences of two women, one American and one English, who visited the standing stones of Carnac on the Brittany coast. Written without consultation from one another, this chronicle shares the aura and ambiguity the women found in the megaliths while arguing that the teachings they gathered from the ancient stones can provide much-needed guidance in today’s troubled world. Concerned with raising human consciousness, this memoir offers topics that range from the women’s personal adventures to much broader subjects, such as earth energies, prayer, visualization techniques, and healing.
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Voices Out of Stone: Magic and Mystery in Megalithic Brittany 2011-03-08 15:42:47 Cynthia Sue Larson
Voices Out of Stone is my favorite kind of travel guide, as it shares both personal experiences and a fascinating history of ancient mysterious sacred sites. The standing stones of Carnac are the central focus of this book, and they are written about intimately by author Carolyn North and with an overview as to global significance by Natasha Hoffman.