Soul Sins And Regrettable Lies

Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural
199 Pages
Reviewed on 03/01/2017
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Reviewed by Deborah Lloyd for Readers' Favorite

The focal point in this rendition of an extraordinary six-year spiritual journey is “soul sins.” The author shares his dialogues with the soul guide Laz, and his personal understanding of this content. The dialogues are facilitated by Shirlet Enama, who is able to channel these guides. In the nonfictional work, Soul Sins and Regrettable Lies, author Bud Megargee relates these amazing teachings within the context of his own enlightenment. The soul guide defines soul sins as those times when a person is not being authentic to what his soul had agreed upon – a very different definition of what the Catholic Church, as well as other religious denominations, have taught over the centuries. Spiritual concepts, such as the interconnectedness between all living things and universal love, are explained in wise, and understandable, ways by Laz. Because Mr. Megargee is able to converse with Laz, asking questions and receiving further clarifications, the teachings are comprehensible by the reader.

The author shares the fact that he is a former Washington DC health-care lobbyist and a senior health-care executive; this adds to the believability (for those who may question channeling and communication with the spirit world) of this work. His professional skills in writing clear and concise original material – i.e. his religious history, summaries at the end of each chapter - are certainly evident. Bud Megargee has shared an unforgettable journey in Soul Sins and Regrettable Lies. The wisdom imparted in this book is truly meant for all people who are searching for awareness and developing a meaningful life.