Wednesday, November 12, 2014

G474 One Woman's extraordinary journey from the depths of despair to The Temple of All Knowing; A near death experience chronicles by Lee Papa

Title: One Woman's extraordinary journey from the depths of despair to The Temple of All Knowing; A near death experience chronicles

Author: Lee Papa

First copyright date: 2014

Type of book: Spiritual, near death experience, growing, Reiki, 2000s, happiness

General subject matter: The writer of the book had a near death experience which helped her realize what might be important and what might not be important as well as help her follow her intuition instead of spurning it like she used to.

Special features: N/A

Price: $14.95

ISBN/ASIN: 9781622171255

Summary:

Temple of All Knowing is a memoir of one woman’s passage from personal and professional turmoil to spiritual awakening. A compelling straight forward and sometimes humorous account of the most personal of journeys as this 40-something woman finds herself in Sin City with promise of a new life, new husband and elderly mother living with her. She instead is uncovered as a central character in the deepest of possible challenges only to break through to discover her authentic spiritual self through a near death experience and a personal mission in Soul City – Las Vegas.

Personal Opinion:

I'm not a stranger to reading spiritual books or novels: previously before reading this one, I've read Glimpsing Heaven which will be featured in December as a book tour, and few years ago I read Gospel of Kamasutra which had many similarities to this one, at last in terms of Las Vegas being the heaven "mecca". I'm really not putting the book down, but I feel that the book is more of a skeleton instead of a body. The story is more told than show, and I can't really capture the essence of the people's personality. Also as well, for someone who doesn't believe that certain beings exist, I didn't feel appreciated that the author thinks they exist. However, some good things include addictive writing, and it can be an advantage that the story is short for those who are busy or always on the go. But yes, it's not my style, sorry to say.

About the Author
Lee Papa’s start in the corporate world was in sales for the Hyatt Regency Hotel chain, which led to being head hunted by a NY based real estate developer. Lee spent the next 11 years as a key employee working in commercial real estate leasing and management in Baltimore, Maryland. Although, commercial real estate was now in her blood and she loved the art of the deal, a different road in the industry was presenting itself and that brought her to heading up the benchmarking division for a Los Angeles based real estate consulting firm. Her job had her traveling nationally and setting up programs to benchmark customer satisfaction. Understanding there was not a one shoe fits all approach to customer surveying, she embarked on her entrepreneurial journey and started with consulting to serve the customized needs of her clients.
Lee’s first book, The Temple of All Knowing, is a memoir of her several years journey prior to her near death experience, through the completion of the 6,000 square foot Ganesha Center in Las Vegas. The book details the roadmap from personal darkness through spiritual, emotional and physical transformation.
Since the completion of the manuscript the Las Vegas Sanctuary for the Spirit evolved by moving to a downtown Las Vegas location and now offers targeted classes and workshops while focusing on a Virtual Ganesha Center supporting individuals and corporations with programs and a Referral Network with expansive reach for optimal awareness.
For More Information

For More Information


  • The Temple of All Knowing is available at Amazon.
  • Pick up your copy at Barnes & Noble.
  • Discuss this book at PUYB Virtual Book Club at Goodreads.
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3 out of 5
(0: Stay away unless a masochist 1: Good for insomnia 2: Horrible but readable; 3: Readable and quickly forgettable, 4: Good, enjoyable 5: Buy it, keep it and never let it go.)

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