Once you understand that what is happening is happening for a reason, then people will be less afraid than they are now.
BRISBANE, Australia (PRWEB) April 13, 2016
For the majority of her life, Beverley Buckley struggled to recognize her purpose on earth. It was not until she discovered the 12 laws of the universe that she was able to come to a better understanding about how to live a more fulfilling life.
In her new book, “Final Days of Judgement,” Buckley discusses her experience living with these laws and how the tenets relate to modern life.
Buckley’s experience as a spiritual healer and organic farmer has allowed her to study the laws through a different prism. She has helped people overcome personal challenges by assisting in the retrieval of lost memories. Along with her spiritual work, she recently returned from living at Damanhur, a secluded community in Italy, where she taught its residents to become self-sufficient in food production. Both of these jobs have given her a better understanding of the law of alignment and balance present in individuals and nature.
She believes that Earth is currently in a transition phase that will move from a world filled with distress and negative actions to one that will showcase the values of happiness and love.
“The evil, unfairness, terror and uncertainty we are experiencing on earth at present is forcing everyone to face their deepest fears,” Buckley said. “People’s lives are being turned upside down and in the process they are letting go of the crutches they have held onto in order to feel safe.”
By sharing her story, Buckley wants to teach others how to apply the different universal laws to their everyday lives.
“Once you understand that what is happening is happening for a reason, then people will be less afraid than they are now,” Buckley said.
For more information, visit http://www.spirituallawsforliving.com.
About the author
Beverley Buckley is a spiritual healer and organic farmer, who has dedicated her life to understanding the 12 laws of the universe. She spent nearly a year in Damanhur, where she helped the community become self-sufficient in food production. She resides in Australia.
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