This book is the opportunity to share those messages on how to bridge the gap between the material and spiritual worlds.
Denver (PRWEB) September 12, 2011
At the age of five, IlgaAnn Bunjer had already lived a lifetime.
Bunjer, also known by her spirit name Spider Spirit Woman, was born on the frontlines of World War II in Latvia and fled the Soviet-oppressed country with the help of the Germans. After surviving gassings, bombings and shootings during their escape, Bunjer and her family eventually settled into a displaced persons camp before finally reaching the United States.
In her new book, Ancient Spirit Wisdom: An Elder’s Guidebook to Native Spirituality and Beyond, Bunjer tells of the enlightenment she found once settled in the United States. She soon discovered that her tendency to “just know” things had morphed into more and that her intuitions had been guided by her star spirit guides.
“When I started to get more psychic visions about earth changes, the shift in consciousness in 2012 and humanity’s life purpose, I felt pressure to share the information I was receiving,” says Bunjer. “This book is the opportunity to share those messages on how to bridge the gap between the material and spiritual worlds.”
In Ancient Spirit Wisdom, Bunjer reveals what she has learned from decades of interacting with her own spirit guides. These messages include what happens after death, four ways to make sure your prayers are heard and the surprising way the three leaf clover explains our connection to God.
“I want to help clarify the ways in which we all are a part of the circle of life,” says Bunjer. “The intention is education and spiritual enlightenment as we build the bridge to a new and better world.”
For more information, visit http://www.ancientspiritwisdom.com.
Ancient Spirit Wisdom
By IlgaAnn Bunjer
Paperback, retail price: $14.00
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Amazon e-book price: $7.69
About the author
IlgaAnn Bunjer is a former refugee from Liepaja, Latvia. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wyoming and holds a master’s degree in social work from University of Denver. Bunjer is a minister, therapist and shamanic practitioner who blends science with native wisdom for a path to happiness. A survivor of several near-death experiences, domestic violence and life on the frontlines of World War II, Bunjer uses her experiences as inspiration in her speaking and counseling work.
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