Book Review: The Soul loves the Truth, by Denise Linn

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All good books deserve a good review. They need to be brought to the attention of those who need to read them. The book being reviewed here is one such book.

We can deny the truth for only so long in our human minds, and bodies. Our soul's truth will always get through to us somehow in the end.

A little bit about the author

Denise Linn was born sometime in 1950. It is hard to find an exact date for her birth, even on the internet, but she does mention many times of her near-death experience at the age of seventeen, which happened in 1967.

This incident is recounted in this book in the preface to the book. It was a very traumatic experience in which she was shot, nearly fatally.

This experience, from which she recovered from, began her on her spiritual journey, in which her main focus has been on healing.

Her background is Native-American. She is of Cherokee heritage.

Today she is the author of many books, more than 16, at the last count. Besides this she is a healer, and a lecturer, and she also spends a lot of her time running seminars, which she gives all over the world.

She has also made a number of CD's that can help you on your journey too. One is entitled, "Journeys into past lives", for example.

Her Facebook site is fortunately readily readable, and from there I did find the exact date of her birth. It's April 16, 1950.

She has a website as well which gives more information about her. She also does something that she calls, "soul coaching".

Denise gives this definition on her website as to what soul coaching is:

"The aim of Soul CoachingĀ® is to align your inner spiritual life with your outer life."

A little bit about the book

This book is about lessons learned on our life journeys. In particular, the author shares with us a number of her own life experiences, and then she shows us the lessons that she learnt along the way during these experiences.

She claims that our experiences do not bring us misery. We do not need to suffer from them, or even through them.

Denise shares some of her most challenging times with us, showing us the secrets that she has learned along the way, and which have enabled her to rise above the apparent negativity of them.

One chapter is entitled, for example, "Value your Failures".

We need to rethink our failures so that we see then that they are far more about how we are perceiving them to be like, rather than about what has really outwardly taken place for us. We are always strong enough to bounce back from any such failure, with a stronger bounce now than before.

The book published, by Hay House, in 2006 can be readily obtained from any good book-seller, including

Australian buyers can buy it from here at

Here is a great quote from her book to end this section with:

"When you take care of the little things and recognise them as being touched by God, everything will resonate with a magical energy, and you'll enjoy your experiences to the fullest."

Does the title of this book speak the truth?

Does our soul really love the truth?

How would we know this anyway?

Is our soul more the truth, in itself?

Is it more true to say then that the truth more loves our soul then?

The truth is the existence of God, and his love loving.

The ways that God loves creates truths in experiences for those being loved, and this truth then comes alive within them being themselves as much as it is alive within God.

God loves the truth, because God is the truth. Our soul, being a part of God, also loves the truth.

Jesus Christ, God's only son, confirmed all of this in this verse in the bible, as spoken by himself.

Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."

This verse comes from the Gospel of Saint John, chapter 14, verse 6.

Photo credits: All photos used in this article, (except for the book cover photo, which belongs to this author) have been sourced from the free media site, Wikimedia Commons.

This author (me, not Denise) loves books. I hope that this shows out in my reviews.

Here is a link to another of my book reviews, here on Wikinut.

Book Review: The Power of Now, by Eckhart Tolle


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I have been interested in the spiritual fields for over thirty five years now. My writing is mostly in this area.

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author avatar Carol Roach
11th Feb 2015 (#)

I have always been fascinated with near death experiences

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author avatar spirited
11th Feb 2015 (#)

yes, this lady was shot by an unknown person, but it changed her life for the better, because it opened her up to another world of truth.

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author avatar Utah Jay
11th Feb 2015 (#)

I believe one of my great grandmothers was a Cherokee, her name was Fanny on the old records...Just Fanny. We are our soul, that person who speaks to us from within, that one we talk to inside our head...This is who we are. This was a fantastic review spirited.

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author avatar spirited
11th Feb 2015 (#)

Thanks Utah Jay.

I have heard it said that we are soul having a human experience, not a human having a soul experience, or something like that.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience."

I think this is the quote, I just looked it up.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
12th Feb 2015 (#)

Thanks for this fine review Spirited that gives an insight into the philosophy of life itself, how to see the wider picture than just live imprisoned within a body that serves only as a temporary abode for our soul. Near death experiences are supposed to open a new vista to our outlook in general - obviously, we have hardly scratched the surface of what our journey is about - siva

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author avatar spirited
12th Feb 2015 (#)

Thanks siva,

"we have hardly scratched the surface of what our journey is about "

Maybe we should scratch deeper than just on the surface then...LOL...

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