About PATHWALKER

A Soul's Journey Through Reincarnations

What if the world you live in suddenly disappeared, replaced by an entirely new reality; one you don't recognize? How will you survive? When unfamiliar and threatening circumstances overpower you, how will  you respond?


Eleni is confident she is a soul having a human  experience, just like everyone else she knows - until the foundation of her existence is pulled out from under her. Suddenly arriving in an unknown existence, she must make life and death decisions with no clear  guidance. In desperation, the only aspect of life she can count on is her connection with something beyond herself - the "Divine Source". Forced to trust scraps of spiritual guidance she remembers, she battles to survive. Her struggles and insights reveal an unexpected inner strength. What Eleni learns leads readers on their own inner quest for life's courage, fulfillment, joy, and purpose.


CAVE TIME CHRONICLES: BK 1  


"PATHWALKER is transformational. Read it first as an engaging and fascinating adventure. Read it again as guidance and inspiration for magical life changes."


From the Author:


"I've searched my entire life for a role-model who demonstrates spiritual principles in a real, every-day life - not a famous saint with a supportive entourage or a sadhu living off somewhere in a cave. Do highly-touted spiritual concepts really work? Pathwalker presents us with a mainstream person seeking to survive on a menu of spiritual maxims mixed with good old common sense. I'll let you, the reader, judge whether they work."


"One day, out of the blue, a fantasy novel unfolded in my mind. Then another, followed by another. These "downloaded" stories form the first three novels in my Cave Time Chronicles. More novels are hovering in the ether about my head. I'm going to have to live to at least the age of one-hundred-twenty to get them all finished."


"Pathwalker is a fantasy-adventure of cosmic scope that includes wisdom and guidance from diverse traditions including Vedic, Taoist, Christian,  Buddhist, Native American, Sufi, and introducing wisdom from new, diverse cultures."


"Meditation, intonation, chanting, and agnihotra fire ceremony are woven into the narrative, demonstrating a practical application of  these ancient teachings into daily life."

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Reader Comments

"This is the BEST...fiction book I have read in years. I could not put it  down! The story is super engaging, Eleni, the main character, is so  wise and inspiring. ... This story of a community based on deep respect, for the earth, for nature, and for each other, gives me hope in these times of corruption, chaos and extreme unrest. Are we reaching a tipping point? Are we ready to let go of the love of power and embrace the power of love? Thank you Ellie, for writing the book I needed to read, at the right time! Highly recommended reading for those of us determined not to slip into despair." -SG

 

"This is one of those books that you won't want to put down once you start  reading it! Pathwalker is an inspiring and imaginative adventure through  different worlds and times through the eyes of Eleni. Through her  travels, she faces unknown worlds and must overcome great challenges to  help others. It's filled with colourful characters, human and non-human, that capture your heart. I'm looking forward to reading it again, as  well as the next book that comes out in the series!" -EB


"This is a fun and beautiful  book! I enjoy reading books that are spiritual in nature. I love soul travel and the idea of inter-dimensional experience. Pathwalker is rich in insight, connection and examples of what one is capable of when  higher awareness and intuition are engaged. Ellie has a beautiful way of  writing that brings the story alive in my mind, creating beautiful  imagery, without extraneous detail or being too wordy. I felt  emotionally connected to the characters and wanted to be a part of their world. I look forward to the next book in the series!" -CM


"A friend gave Pathwalker to me as a gift when we lost our newborn baby. Grieving, I picked the book up to distract myself. The book helped me gain a deeper understanding of my child's soul that helped me through. Somedays I think the healing messages in this book saved my sanity." -HT


"I read this book while on a weekend retreat. It was a fantastic companion! The  heroine is complex and relatable. She struggles with the same things we  all do. The story combines beautiful elements of many faith traditions. It was a heart-expanding read and made me remember the many amazing possibilities of our soul’s experience." -SM


"I am so jealous of Eleni's deep friendship with Solte and her family! It was so magical I didn't want the book to end!" -DD

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Excerpts from PATHWALKER

...  Beyond stood a forest of tall trees that hid whatever lay on the far side, and birdsong filled the air. At any other time their melodies would have filled her with joy. But this morning there was no room in Eleni's mind for frivolity; it was already packed with faceless apprehension ...


Rain hit suddenly and hard,  forcing Eleni under the nearest tree that offered only minimal shelter.  She pulled off the cloak, tucked the fire kit next to her chest, replaced the cloak and draped its hood over her head. Crouching, she made herself as small as possible. She would have to wait out the storm.  Tired and hungry, cold seeped into her bones and her teeth began to  chatter uncontrollably. "You are not your body. You inhabit this body.  You can observe its sensations, knowing you are not those sensations" …


She crept down the slope onto the plain below. Far above her shone two closely joined bright stars. Eleni thought of her life with Rehn and the love that had carried them through years of turmoil and opportunity. The Two Lovers constellation. In the nights to come she would gaze on this to remember a life that was growing increasingly distant and hazy


…  Exhausted warriors returned from a foray, and drunk from repeated cups  of pujooka, they argued and fought over who had been bravest. Then one by one, they passed out by the fire. Thyri and Freeze crept around them, gathering selected knives and short spears from among the carelessly discarded equipment, and piling them in a heap for Najik to begin carrying  back to their cave. They considered taking shields but decided that  would raise too many questions. A few missing weapons lost in a drunken  brawl could be blamed away. Losing a shield was likely to raise alarm …


Pulling  her daughter near, she lovingly washed the blood off her small face and  thin hands. She held her close, feeling the warmth of this gift the  gods had granted her. Then gently she pushed the child’s unruly hair back from her eyes and whispered in her ear. The child scurried into the  hut and crouched there, watching warily from the shaded doorway. Kinsy sat back to wait ...


Struggling was  getting her nowhere. The harder Thyri tried to loosen her wrists, the  deeper the rope cut into her flesh. She forced herself to quiet. Think!  She needed to think. Her mind was her weapon. Weapon! She remembered the  knife tied inside the waist of her pants. She could be calm and wait. Just like stalking a wild animal. Stay calm and choose the right moment to lunge. She had a secret. Hadn’t she always known a secret gave her the advantage?


… Eleni opened her  mouth and a soft melody floated out into the air. When it ceased to  flow, as if it were finished with its task, she lay down in her grassy nook and began listing the day’s gifts. Fair weather. Fresh food. Water. Clear guidance. A healthy body to take her where she needed to go. Celestial language. She softly chanted these gifts to Source, repeating them and weaving them into a tapestry of gratitude which she  wove around her body until she felt the frequency of vibration rising  around her. Finished, she hummed softly … projecting her heart’s love outward and releasing it to Source … She was now set for the night and could sleep peacefully. Source would alert her of any danger


... Following Hidden Trace south through Fearthorn Wood, a familiar unease grew in Boryn. This always happened when he scouted near his childhood village. If caught, it would mean death. Not instant, but prolonged. Something he preferred to not dwell upon. Whenever he entered Triad land he was on heightened alert. So long as he remained on the trace, he was secure. He loved this forest that Triad’s feared above all else. Fearthorn had saved his life. He had spoken of it to no one. It was a cherished gift, a sacred gift that only he and the thorny trees shared... 


... Solte watched the two-legged place a furry bundle in the pathway. Tugging it into the grass, she chewed on the juicy bones slowly, digesting the situation along with the scraps. This one knew to thank her. This one understood. Finished, she hoisted the fur into the air, tossing out the few remaining tidbits. Others would feed on it. She sauntered back into the forest to stealthily follow ...

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