By Darlene Green
Waterside Productions 2019, 2020
Book #1 344 pages; Book #2 294 pages; Book #3 to be published.
In Service to Love by Darlene Green is a day by day spiritual growth guide and journal in three volumes. The publicist sent me books One: Love Remembered and book Two: Love Elevated. Book Three: Love Now will be released soon. Here is a brief description of the series:
“In Service to Love offers a pathway for shifting your awareness from the de-stabilizing chaos of the external world to the ever-present, potent, multi-dimensional, innovative expression of Love that is your authentic nature. When it is time for you to discover your own purpose and truth, In Service to Love offers a modern day mystery school that elevates your conscious awareness, catalyzing transformation and ultimately enlightenment. Revealed through daily messages, scribed by Darlene Green from the Masters that comprise the Council of Light, you experience your own unique, exquisite process of enlightenment. Each day’s message holds rich frequency. Simple foundational concepts, exercises, meditations, light infusions and activations guide your experience, allowing your own resonance to reveal truth.”
In Book One, Green describes how this all began. Recovering from an auto accident, Green had an awakening during the last days of 2017. Joined by the “Council of Light,” she began purposefully journaling with the intent of writing every day for a year. These books are the result of her journey.
The purpose of the books is to help the spiritual reader shift inward from the “de-stabilizing chaos of the external world” to the beauty of the inner world. If we ever needed these books, it would be now, when the very foundations of our lives are being shaken.The person embarking on this spiritual journey will need all three books to create a year of growth. It looks like each day’s message will need about 15-30 minutes to complete. I think that to be most effective, the reader will also need a quiet spot and a time of meditative contemplation.
Darlene Green’s website.