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Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite
We All Have Souls and I Think We Can Prove It by Tom Blaschko is an introductory book for readers interested in Blaschko's foundational theories on the existence of souls. While not a book that specifically adheres to a single religious philosophy, Blaschko makes clear that there is an overall connection through the central belief of a creator. It also addresses the concept of realities (both physical and soul), as well as forces (life force, in particular), and provides evidence to support the presence of life force and souls. In addressing the skepticism and presenting evidence that contradicts what a skeptic might say, Blaschko outlines compelling information that souls exist, that they connect with nature, other people, and the world around us and, if channeled positively, the impact on every facet of our lives will be universally beneficial.
We All Have Souls and I Think We Can Prove It by Tom Blaschko was a genuinely interesting read for me. As someone who has gone through life broadcasting my love of acupuncture and Rolfing, I was most moved by the section on energy healing. As for the most helpful part of the book, I enjoyed the one-minute exercises following an outline of each of the regions within the soul (info, mind, voice, heart, will, wish, energy) and their associated body areas. In the "info" exercise, the focus was on physical movements in conjunction with the reading of a blessing. I really did feel "cloaked" and somehow safer. It was a simple exercise that had a palpable effect. I would recommend this book to anyone searching for deeper meaning in their life and for those who appreciate the presenting of complicated information in a kind, intelligent, and sincere way.