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In this thoughtful handbook to navigating life from a spiritually attuned perspective, Tadd gives all the credit to her spirit guides. Her approach tends toward active solicitation of the universal spirit’s messages through a meditative approach that sees the place of inner stillness as the meeting point between brain chatter and expanded perception. She encourages the individual’s inner spirit’s active engagement with the outside world through projecting the consciousness outward as a way to understand people and situations, third-eye focus on the human world for clarity, and asking and listening as core informational tools. Though she has a strong focus on past lives being the grounding of current experience, she leaves space for creative choice and shows how dichotomous concepts (fear/desire, humility/greatness) offer alternative perspectives on the same challenges. Those for whom these skills do not come easily might be frustrated by Tadd’s reports of her own success (and that of her clients), but those who are looking to spiritually refocus will find Tadd’s writing and ideas to be positive, approachable, and upbeat.
It seems that there are two kinds of people on this planet: those governed by their analytical mind and those driven by their gut. Immense life decisions often hinge entirely on emotion or intellect, hunches or carefully detailed plans. And yet, as those from both camps can attest, these seemingly reliable informants can lead us completely astray.
Written with deep compassion, humility, and the kind of objective wisdom that readers themselves will aspire to obtain, THE INFINITE VIEW is the ultimate guidebook for those seeking tangible tools to help better navigate the inevitable highs and lows life brings.
Review from Dish Magazine
Throughout this marvelous and intriguing book, Ms. Tadd introduces the reader to various practices such as sustaining positivity in the face negative energy, integrating spiritual practices while going about daily tasks and learning to harness the power of the “third eye” which helps us perceive uncomfortable or challenging circumstances through an objective lens. And as we better understand these techniques, Tadd assures us, we will then be on the path to finding clarity in our daily lives and become better equipped to deal with the challenges that come with the territory.
Engaging and easy to read, this little tome is a handy guide for anyone who wants to achieve an understanding about spiritual practices. Tadd’s inviting and conversational prose makes this book a pleasure to read and revisit again and again.
Review from WHOLife Journal
In this insightful title, Tadd advises readers that, instead of relying on intellect or instinct, they should learn to perceive their circumstances through an objective lens–what she refers to as our “third eye.” Drawing on the counsel from her spiritual guides, Tadd provides practical advice for those seeking to approach life in a more balanced, spiritually informed manner. Lessons feature instructions on developing the skills of deep focus and deep listening, tuning into others in order to understand their perspectives and needs, integrating spiritual practice with chores and other daily tasks, sustaining genuine positivity in order to protect ourselves from negative surroundings, and nurturing an attitude of “newness” in order to clear away our distorted perceptions. Written with deep compassion, humility, and the kind of objective wisdom that readers themselves will aspire to obtain, The Infinite View is the ultimate guidebook for those seeking tangible tools to help better navigate the inevitable highs and lows life brings.