New Book Celebrates Spirit of Friends and Neighbors with Captivating Poetry

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Linda Villegas Bremer’s “Soul Reflections” helps readers discover great attributes within themselves and their loved ones

In today’s society, it is far too easy to criticize one another for our shortcomings, but one author believes we should learn to do exactly the opposite. Linda Villegas Bremer has released a powerful and much-needed new book called “Soul Reflections,” a positive and poetic reflection on the gifts, talents and best qualities of the people she surrounds herself with—friends, family, new acquaintances and even herself.

Bremer transforms the names of her loved ones into anagrams and poems as a celebration of her loved ones’ radiant personalities and character traits, demonstrating that there is good in every person and we should highlight and celebrate that good. Bremer hopes readers can envision some of the qualities she mentions in themselves, reflect on themselves and begin to see the greatest qualities of themselves.

“It’s been quite a revelation to me to see myself in others’ ways of being,” Bremer said. “Seeing glimmers of the Spirit in others is easy for me, as my friends and family have so many great qualities. Seeing the same splendor in me—well, that’s getting easier.”

Bremer’s poeticism is sure to touch readers and inspire them to look for the good in everyone including themselves. “Soul Reflections” will remind readers that each person is unique and has special traits that make them different and exceptional.

“Soul Reflections”
By Linda Villegas Bremer
ISBN: 978-1504395588 (softcover); 978-1504395601 (hardcover); 978-1504395595 (electronic)
Available at the Balboa Press Online Bookstore, Hay House and Amazon

About the author
Linda Villegas Bremer is a practitioner for the Center of Spiritual Living in Olympia, Wash. She is also a strategic planning consultant and project manager. Bremer marvels in how people and spirits are connected and work together and believes people are all one and that they are reflections of the good in one another. She proudly identifies as Hispana, having grown up in a household that embraced their Mexican culture, their curanderos and shapeshifters. Bremer serves on the Hispanic Roundtable of South Sound and the National Hispana Leadership Institute. To learn more about her and her book, please visit

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