Born Scared : When Anxiety was Created in the Womb, at Birth,
or in Prior Lifetimes, and How Finding the Cause Leads to the Cure
For those who feel as if they came into this world afraid, or whose child is fearful for no discernible reason and ask, “Why do I have this? Why is it happening to me or my child?” Born Scared provides answers. Through the use of fascinating case stories, hypnotherapist, Julia Ingram, demonstrates that when clients are prompted to go to the source of their fear, they find when and under what circumstances it was created. From there the path to recovery becomes evident and easy.
Read an excerpt from Born Scared: Click Here
To Listen to Julia’s Radio Interview on Beyond 50 radio, about Born Scared , Click Here
The Lost Sisterhood:
The Return of Mary Magdalene,
the Mother Mary, and Other Holy Women.
The Lost Sisterhood is available at Amazon.com
Click Here To purchase Paperback edition $15.00
[Julia has self-published The Lost Sisterhood through Amazon.
Unfortunately the files were old and the paperback isn’t the highest quality, but it’s all there.]
From the back cover:
Near the end of the millennium, Julia Ingram’s spirit guides prompted her to close her busy therapy practice, put all of her belongings in storage and hit the road – destination unknown. During a Spirit-led year of exploring the United States, Ingram met dozens of people who identified themselves as reincarnated Essenes from the time of Jeshua (Jesus).
Most astonishing were meetings with women who – through past-life regressions – discovered they had been Jesus’ relatives, friends, teachers, and lovers. These remarkable encounters convinced the author that the perspective of women was missing from most accounts of Jesus’ mission, that Mary Magdalene’s considerable role as a priestess/apostle had been vastly underrated, and that Mother Mary was a teacher and healer who sought to overcome the fundamentalism of the male-dominated Hebrew religion.
These fifteen visionaries announce that the Sisterhood is back today to restore the Divine Feminine to her rightful place and to bring desperately needed balance to our world. In the sequel to The Messengers, Ingram presents a revisioning of a religious past that will help shape our spiritual future.
Praise from Pulitzer Prize Nominee Beth Witrogen McLeod:
“The sacred feminine is being called forth. Julia Ingram has journeyed far and wide to bring us a work that has the power to transform lives. The necessary leap in our evolution of consciousness demands that we manifest the divine feminine principle if balance is to be restored before it is too late.”
The original version of The Messengers is now out of print and only available on-demand from Simon & Schuster, or as used copies. Mr. Bunick, the subject of The Messengers, has released a new version of the book without my or my co-author, Gary Hardin’s agreement.