Groundbreaking Book Awakens Readers to Meaningful Coincidences
LOUISVILLE, Colo., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Mary Soliel's debut non-fiction, I Can See Clearly Now: How Synchronicity Illuminates Our Lives, has been chosen by USA Book News as a Finalist in both Best New Non-Fiction and Best New Age Non-Fiction categories of the National Best Books 2008 Awards.
USABookNews.com, the premiere online magazine and review website for mainstream and independent publishing houses, announced the winners and finalists of the National Best Books 2008 Awards (NBBA) on October 20, 2008. Jeff Keen, President and CEO of USABookNews.com, says of the awards, now in their fifth year, "The 2008 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of publishers throughout the United States."
"I feel very honored that my book is being recognized, and am especially excited to know that more readers will find their way to my message," says Ms. Soliel. Her book provides a significant and magical way of looking at life through synchronicity. The famous psychiatrist Carl Jung coined the term synchronicity and regarded coincidences as being actually meaningful. Soliel delves into the mysteries of this phenomenon and describes through her own personal experiences, how we are being guided, validated, and blessed with the power of meaningful coincidences. She explains that these very signs can be used to help us create the lives we desire.
"After people read I Can See Clearly Now, they are noticing stunning synchronistic occurrences right away," says Soliel. She adds, "Signs are constantly occurring for all of us. It's a matter of whether or not we are noticing them. This book is helping readers to take notice, which is life-altering and uplifting for them."
Mary Soliel is a visionary, teacher, healer, and self-described
"synchronist." Born and raised in Michigan, she moved with her family to
New Mexico nearly a decade ago, and presently lives ne
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