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The Barefoot Indian: The Making of a Messiahress


The Barefoot Indian: The Making of a Messiahress

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    Available in PDF Format | The Barefoot Indian: The Making of a Messiahress.pdf | English
    Julia Heywood(Author)
The author responds to an advertisement: Messiah/Messiahress Urgently Required. Due to an increase in demand of people wanting to know the meaning of life, the above position is now available. For the right candidate, your role will be very varied and at times challenging but the rewards are significantly high. No previous experience necessary, full training will be given. A good sense of humor would be an advantage. We are an equal opportunity employer. Anyone is free to apply for this exciting career opportunity. Please e-mail your details for an application form to All applications will be dealt with in the strictest confidence. On getting the job, she is assigned "The Barefoot Indian" as training coach. In the style of "Illusions" or "Jonathan Livingstone Seagull", she teaches a beauty which cannot be found in a mirror; how to ask and receive; the true nature of healing, and that limitations are self-imposed. Finally, she realises that Messiahress is what others call you, it is not what you call yourself. Spiritual fiction, or not? Eternal wisdom is expressed in the context of modern day to day life in a fresh, sensitive, intuitive, humorous and profoundly inspirational way.

A modern day fable, Julia Heywood takes us into the realms of magical thinking... -- The Changing Times UKAn irreverent, funny, touching and profound book. Like Bach's work, it charts the character's journey along the spiritual path... -- Insight Magazine AUSBridget Jones meets Illusions and The Alchemist. Fresh and gripping, accessible and entertaining... -- Rose Elliot, author and columnistHeywood delivers a powerful visionary parable that ranks alongside the likes of Richard Bach's Illusions for its readability and impact. -- Sunday Star Times NZThis is the most beautiful book, expressing eternal wisdom in a simple, easy to read tale... -- Renaissance Magazine ZA

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Book details

  • PDF | 112 pages
  • Julia Heywood(Author)
  • O Books; 1st Edition edition (30 Mar. 2007)
  • English
  • 10
  • Religion & Spirituality
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  • By A reader on 6 April 2007

    If anyone has any interest in truth and reading a story that will help them unfold in the most magical way - then read this book. You will find so many answers to so many questions you have - and may more that you didn't know you had.It is enlightening, fun, joyous and full of wisdom, written is such a way to leave no room for misunderstanding and a smile on your face.Whatever your chosen path, you will be inspired to continue.

  • By D. Brown on 17 April 2007

    I hear people say "You won't be able to put such & such a book down" Well I didn't with "The Barefoot Indian"; I just sat and read it. I found it interesting, to say the least, It changed my outlook on life and I've only read it twice. Fascinating, spiritual, funny, thought provoking and yet not religious, as such. My friends who have read "The Barefoot Indian" all agree, it's a very humorous book which also brought tears to ones eyes. An excellent read.

  • By Lynette C. Holliday on 29 April 2007

    This book speaks to the heart and mind. It shares spiritual and philosophical truths in a novel context and simple style. The parables are relevant to everyday life and are easy for everyone to apply as long as they have an open mind. There are many things we don't understand : this gem of a book explores some of these mysteries. Read it and read it again!

  • By Sharon Eden on 24 March 2008

    Attracted by an advertisment for Messiahress, Ifound The Barefoot Indian a simple, easily readable,delightful metaphor for human and spiritual evolution... readily recognisable for those already on thatjourney. Although I've not yet got that walking onwater thing sorted!Compelling reading, cleverly constructed thoughsome conversational passages I found a little stilted.However, Julia Heywood certainly enticed me to readthe whole book in one sitting. And it's certainlyone I'll keep on my bookshop to help me re-memberwhen needed!

  • By Flower on 29 April 2007

    I have waited to read this book for a very long time but it was worth waitng for. It is thought provoking, intriguing, amusing and could change the way you look at life, forever. You can't second guess it and you won't want to put it down.

  • By Sandra Bell on 13 March 2008

    I loved this book! The style of writing is quite unique and very inspiring. I cant wait for further books from Julia Heywood.

  • By Mr. Geoffrey E. Goodman on 17 January 2013

    These two books proved to be very useful in my research of the subject of 'Miracles' which I am preparing for a Church Fellowship session. They are very easy to read and tell a good story in a convincing way.

  • By Angel on 1 October 2015

    This is delightful! Any easy read and inspiring! Okay you don't have to believe every word you get the message without heavy going practice this and then that - its a light hearted way of appreciating yourself, what the world has to offer and who we are. Just fab! Have now just bought for two friends.

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