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This captivating spiritual novel is a revised edition of the autobiography "Doris Day and my Search for Relatives - Carmel Family Mystery." The reader takes part in Marianne's exciting life on four continents. Her experiences clarify that we are all interconnected and for generations, families have their value system. This code of rules, sayings and communication styles is also reflected when the family members do not know each other or are living on different continents.
The bestselling author on health-care is building a bridge connecting the land of the living and the land of the dead. She shows that there is neither guilt nor coincidence or luck but cause and effect that can be poles as well as many centuries and incarnations apart. Luck, bad luck, and chance are only terms for the unrecognized law. And who does not learn will suffer.
This autobiography shows how we can create our heaven on earth via health, peace, freedom, dignity and prosperity. The only thing connecting the worlds is the only meaning of life: LOVE.
Marianne E. Meyer
Marianne Erika Meyer studied pedagogy in Frankfurt when she got to know and love her husband when buying a car. In the mid-1980s they moved to California for ten years. There, the author studied nutritional science. Her doctoral thesis on immune defense and Spirulina she published in her bestseller Spirulina, das blaugrüne Wunder. She lived alternately in southern Hesse, Morocco and in a farmhouse in Portugal working at times with behavioral adolescents. Now next to writing Marianne cares for wild cats and dogs. The sudden transition of her beloved husband into the spiritual world and his after-death communication directed her focus to spirituality.