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The Silver Lining

Updated on January 1, 2011

The Silver Lining by Jennifer Lynch

The Silver Lining is a book about life, healing, hope and spiritual fulfilment.

It starts by explaining that without our experiences good, or bad, we may never find our wonderful silver lining and realize the vast potential for our own healing and the healing of humanity as a whole.

The book starts with thoughts about my childhood and in particular how my life was shattered at the age of ten when my mother had a severe stroke. It also explains how we coped with this as a family and how there were many changes. How difficult it was for my father to bring up three young children and work. My mother did not receive much help from the doctors at all. In the end, she decided to help herself by learning to knit again, on extremely large knitting needles! It illustrates that she had to make a very difficult choice and that was to try. With faith and hope in her heart, she gradually started to heal.

There is a section about identity. It explains our human need for this recognition and this part of The Silver Lining also covers my feelings on adoption and my own particular journey. I talk about “our human need” to always look for a slot in which to dwell, or fit in. Later, I move on to say that as I became older, I am happy and content with who I am because I began to integrate my own sense of identity.

The Silver Lining explains how we need to face up to the truth in situations. It evaluates life from both child and adult perspective. It also explains how important it is for us to acknowledge our inner child. Following this, there is an explanation about our shadow self with a poem about the about how the light and dark co-exist and interact with each other. It is an emotional journey but one of enlightenment.

The book explains about the necessity of loving through the heart centre and opening your heart to healing, not only for you, but how this impacts on others. Where is the spoke in your wheel? This focuses on where we are blocked and what stops us as individuals from moving forward in our lives. What do we expect from the Universe/God/Divine? Are we putting out the right message in the first place? It also reviews the need to look at what we are attracting? It incorporates meditation, healing and grounding.

How we sabotage by feelings of second best, as well as lack and how we can move out of this. How we can learn to take more personal responsibility and allow ourselves to move forward with love and light so we can be free. We then move into positivity, abundance and prosperity – energy flows where attention goes. How this works! There is also a poem about a pendulum swinging and the need for balance in our lives.

It examines why we think there is only so much money in the word and how to move forward into abundance. Counting our blessings can really change situations in our lives. How we can attract more positive experiences to us through appreciation and the absolute necessity for us to value the things around us. How this “appreciation” can shift our “stuck” energy. But also how it is a necessary part of our journey to sometimes move on and let bygones be bygones and find forgiveness.

There is a section about boundaries with examples through my journey. How we love through our heart and experience “joy” as we live in the energy of the now. The importance of Inner Child healing and how we must listen to messages from our child. A very good section on Angels channelled, with their love.

The book explains the need to let go of temptations of dirty money and to be in integrity in order to allow abundance into your life. Free will and how I believe it exists, mental goals and how to achieve them. How I relate to God, the Divine and my own particular experience, explaining how I feel that I am being listened to by God and the Angels. How I feel it is so necessary for us to grieve, release and let go of situations from the past. The angels are here to help you!

The book finishes with - I am a Rainbow a beautiful poem about our energy field and chakras – our very own rainbow bridge.

The Silver Lining is a journey. It is my journey but I would like to share it with you.

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Jennifer Lynch


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      greencha 4 years ago from UK

      Thankyou,so insightful...

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      oji chisom emmanuel 6 years ago from NIGERIA

      i read this again, "finding my inner child" pls can i get a copy of your silver linning, free....... pls

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      oji chisom emmanuel 7 years ago from NIGERIA