Torn Clouds by Judy Hall is written from her deep understanding of past life therapy and through fiction gives you a glimpse into the ways in which this therapy can heal. Judy Hall is the well known and respected author of best-seller ‘The Crystal Bible’ and many other books on healing. ‘Torn Clouds’ proves she can write intelligent and engrossing fiction too. As a therapist who works with past lives I felt recognition of some of the issues Judy unveils in the novel and was pleased to read a past life fiction that didn’t feel like a sci-fi confection.
I was intrigued as Megan, the main character, guided by her intuition, dreams and visions, delves into her past lives in Ancient Egypt looking for healing, having been diagnosed with terminal leukaemia. We follow her through her physical and spiritual healing journey, experience travel in modern Egypt, and her regressions to her past. Slowly she builds the jigsaw puzzle revealing the roots of her illness. Along the way we meet a couple of truly bombastic characters who vie for the right to be recognised as the one & only re-incarnation of a legendary Egyptian queen, sweeping along in full fancy dress and other, quieter people undergoing their own voyages of self-discovery and transformation.
When I read and reviewed Torn Clouds originally I had little inkling of my own past life in Ancient Egypt, or that I would one day write and get published a book about it. Light behind the Angels is my own autobiographical account of past life revelations and their impact on my current lifetime. Perhaps reading a fictional account was preparing me in some small way for what lay ahead?
Shortly after reading Torn Clouds I visited the British Museum in London and physically met & greeted the statue of Sekhmet that she features in the book. Fascinatingly I took a photograph and when I examined it later I found she appears to emanate light from her mouth. You can see the photo on my Touchstones Therapies site.
Torn Clouds is available from Amazon.co.uk: