Walla Walla, Wash. (PRWEB) April 10, 2012
“Religion is not the same as being spiritual,” says author and clairvoyant Shirley Scott. In her new book, “Religion vs. Spirituality – One Psychic’s Point of View” (published by Balboa Press), Scott addresses the key differences between the two, providing an informative and insightful look for readers through the eyes of a medium.
“Religion is like a club or group,” Scott says. “If you don’t believe like the rest of the group, you can’t be in that group. Spirituality however is a way of living and knowing that everyone else is here living their life and they don’t have to believe like you do to be your friend or in your life.”
Scott discusses the man-made rules of religion and the spiritual laws of the universe; she informs readers that these rules have been around before the formation of any religion. “Religion vs. Spirituality” helps readers look at what belief system they want in their lives, putting common sense back into the conversation.
With “Religion vs. Spirituality,” Scott points out a number of important concerns people have with religion and how people live their lives. Religion can often be a very controversial subject. This book hopes to clear up many myths of the past, and relates to reader’s lives today.
About the Author
Shirley Scott is an animal communicator and clairvoyant who has been doing readings on animals and humans for over 13 years. She has been studying the differences between religion and spirituality for over 20 years. She lives in Walla Walla, Washington, with her six cats and two dogs.
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