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Imagine fulfilling your personal and professional potential, and discovering your lifes true purpose simply by doing a bit of soul searching, and all without having to retreat from the real world and spend endless hours hugging trees and chanting. Well, not every day. Thats exactly what IT professional and corporate change manager Louise Gilbert chose to do, having tried e Imagine fulfilling your personal and professional potential, and discovering your lifes true purpose simply by doing a bit of soul searching, and all without having to retreat from the real world and spend endless hours hugging trees and chanting. Well, not every day. Thats exactly what IT professional and corporate change manager Louise Gilbert chose to do, having tried everything else first from meditation to healing leading to an unexpected and life-changing moment in a coffee shop. Louise appeared to have had it all; a job with prospects in the city, a good marriage, and a loving relationship with her stepdaughter. Struggling to come to terms with her inability to conceive a child and lack of purposeful direction, she demanded in a final desperate bid that God, the one from Sunday school, reveal His plan for her life. I met my Soul in a Coffee Shop is an unforgettable and extraordinary story of an ordinary woman. Louise leads us to deeply appreciate how our conscious lives form part of a richer fabric that intertwines with the spiritual; our deeper soul-selves. Few could read this book and remain unchanged in their perception of self. For those of you who seek answers, prepare to never see yourself or your life in the same way again. Louise self-published her work and enjoys supporting others in achieving their creative dreams. Have a question? Drop Louise a line. Review I met my Soul in a Coffee Shop is a compelling dialogue between a woman and her soul. Many matters relating to life’s purpose, between the hereafter and the here and now, are explored. In exploring herself in a conversation with her own soul – whom she met in a coffee shop, Louise Gilbert leads us to deeply appreciate how our conscious lives form part of a richer fabric that intertwines with the spiritual; our deeper soul-selves. Few could read this book and remain unchanged in their perception of ‘self’. Perhaps it’s time you had a chat with your own soul. This book is a well worthwhile starting point. Graeme Beals Publisher Zenith Publishing Group Ltd.


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Imagine fulfilling your personal and professional potential, and discovering your lifes true purpose simply by doing a bit of soul searching, and all without having to retreat from the real world and spend endless hours hugging trees and chanting. Well, not every day. Thats exactly what IT professional and corporate change manager Louise Gilbert chose to do, having tried e Imagine fulfilling your personal and professional potential, and discovering your lifes true purpose simply by doing a bit of soul searching, and all without having to retreat from the real world and spend endless hours hugging trees and chanting. Well, not every day. Thats exactly what IT professional and corporate change manager Louise Gilbert chose to do, having tried everything else first from meditation to healing leading to an unexpected and life-changing moment in a coffee shop. Louise appeared to have had it all; a job with prospects in the city, a good marriage, and a loving relationship with her stepdaughter. Struggling to come to terms with her inability to conceive a child and lack of purposeful direction, she demanded in a final desperate bid that God, the one from Sunday school, reveal His plan for her life. I met my Soul in a Coffee Shop is an unforgettable and extraordinary story of an ordinary woman. Louise leads us to deeply appreciate how our conscious lives form part of a richer fabric that intertwines with the spiritual; our deeper soul-selves. Few could read this book and remain unchanged in their perception of self. For those of you who seek answers, prepare to never see yourself or your life in the same way again. Louise self-published her work and enjoys supporting others in achieving their creative dreams. Have a question? Drop Louise a line. Review I met my Soul in a Coffee Shop is a compelling dialogue between a woman and her soul. Many matters relating to life’s purpose, between the hereafter and the here and now, are explored. In exploring herself in a conversation with her own soul – whom she met in a coffee shop, Louise Gilbert leads us to deeply appreciate how our conscious lives form part of a richer fabric that intertwines with the spiritual; our deeper soul-selves. Few could read this book and remain unchanged in their perception of ‘self’. Perhaps it’s time you had a chat with your own soul. This book is a well worthwhile starting point. Graeme Beals Publisher Zenith Publishing Group Ltd.

41 review for I met my Soul in a Coffee Shop

  1. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Lafontaine

    I am so glad I came across this book. Loved the concepts and had me thinking about my own life experiences while reading the book...While I am not sure what my true purposes is, I do feel that I am on the path to do so. The here and now is what it is all about. Thank you louise for reiterating thoughts that I have had during my life...I am not alone...thank you for that!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Deb Harris

    Louise Gilbert has written one of the most refreshing books I've read in a long time (and I've read a lot of books in this genre over the past few decades!). Her unique, open, warts-and-all honesty make my soul sing. And her soul's advice isn't half bad, either! I have to confess that, since Louise responds to emails and requests for info, I feel I've found a friend. Again, great, great book! Louise Gilbert has written one of the most refreshing books I've read in a long time (and I've read a lot of books in this genre over the past few decades!). Her unique, open, warts-and-all honesty make my soul sing. And her soul's advice isn't half bad, either! I have to confess that, since Louise responds to emails and requests for info, I feel I've found a friend. Again, great, great book!

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    This was a great self- reflection book

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