Brought up in a conservative Malaysian society, Aileen finally reveals how she has lived in two worlds most of her life, the external and the spiritual one within. She describes how, as a young woman, she was thrown into dark confusion after dabbling with the ouija board, and miraculously received healing for her deep-seated fears from invisible healers. Also, through her gift of receiving spiritual messages, she found herself interacting with ascended great gurus or masters and experiencing contact with deceased loved ones.
True to the mystical nature of her book, we discover later the identity of her rescuers. Was it Jesus whom she saw in a vision? For the wary, she explains how to discriminate between real and false messages and whether there are ghosts and evil spirits.
In gratitude for the help she received, she shares her experience of how we can facilitate our own self-healing, through meditation and the flowers in nature. She also illustrates how God actually works miracles for us in everyday life as He tries to help us and how each of us can cultivate closeness with Him. Drawing on both Christianity and yoga, hers is an inspirational testimony on how, with divine help, we can transform ourselves from being filled with anxiety and fear to a state of calm happiness, through perseverance and faith.
“I know of no one else who could write a book like this—combining the experiences of yoga, tantra, religion and mysticism—with the capacity for lucid expression. Aileen Amara reveals her deeply private experience with the singular purpose of enabling you, the reader, to walk ahead on your own path with greater certainty, calm and joy.”
— Dada Dharmavedananda, Ananda Marga Yoga Society senior monk, founder of AM Yoga Wellness Centers worldwide, author
“An absorbing story of a spiritual journey which goes beyond the confines of any one religion to an awareness of participating in universal Spirit. Aileen looks to Jesus, yoga and meditation for deeper union, and models how we can become aware of non-dual reality, where both physical and spiritual are seen as aspects of an undivided spiritual-physical whole.”
— Rev Michael Cocks MA (NZ and Oxford), Editor of online journal The Ground of Faith, author
“Unlike many personal journey accounts, Aileen Lim’s crosses cultures and countries to explore the issues, fears and revelations that prompted and compelled her on her own search for knowledge and release. Her reflective style will surely trigger resonances with the reader’s own experience and echo Plato’s contention that ‘the unexamined life is not worth living’.”
— Simon Best, Editor of UK’s authoritative healing/spiritual magazine, Caduceus, award-winning co-author of Electromagnetic Man (Dent, London, 1989)
“An amazing book that reveals the spiritual side of the author. The title Living in Two Worlds aptly summarises the contents. It reminds all of us that we live simultaneously in a physical world superimposed on a non-physical world, and describes the inner, touching experiences of someone who has walked on the bridge between the two.”
— Dr Peter Mack, a Singapore surgeon, NGH and IMDHA certified hypnotherapist, SRTA regression therapist, author
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