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4/2/2012 8:03:00 AM
Skene to read sacredy poetry from 'A Pathway to Awakening' in Sedona

Mary Elizabeth Skene will be reading poems from her sacred book, 'A Pathway to Awakening,' printed in India for private distribution, and now for the first time open to the general public at the Creative life Center in Sedona, on April 8 at 3 p.m. 

The description in the enclosed flyer says it all.  These poems, now published in a single volume, were written as seven books, one book a year over a seven year period for the devotees of her spiritual Master, Shri Sadguru Ranjit Maharaj of Mumbai India.  Ms. Skene, is the 'pen that wrote His poems'.  Now, these poems are being made open to all for today's deeply troubled world when primal questions are emerging as to who and what we really are. 

As you can see from the enclosed print out from the Sunday NY Times of March 4 the world is ready for such questions as, "Who am I", and "What am I doing here", and "what is the Truth of our lives, and of death". The poems in 'A Pathway to Awakening' answers those questions, and have the power to enter the heart to lift the soul helping to awaken those ready to 'know.'

This book is timeless, truly one of kind and much needed for these days of fear and uncertainty.  It is a beacon of Light in the darkness of today's world. 

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