Saturday, February 20, 2010


There was always risk, a single risk: that one person might meet with more than one Soulmate in the same incarnation, as had happened millennia before.”

This is the story of Brida, a young Irish girl, and her quest for knowledge. She has long been interested in various aspects of magic, but is searching for something more. Her search leads her to people of great wisdom, who begin to teach her about the world. Her teacher senses that Brida has gift, but cannot tell what that is. Meanwhile, Brida pursues her course ever deeper into the mysteries of life, seeking to answer questions about who she is. She meets a wise man who dwells in a forest, and teaches her about overcoming her fears and trusting the goodness of the world, and a woman who teaches her how to dance to the music of the world, and how to pray to the moon. She seeks her destiny, as she struggles to find a balance between her relationships and her desire to become a witch.

Quotes I think you will Love!:

“Because anyone who comes into contact with sex knows that they’re dealing with something which only happens in all its intensity when they lose control. When we’re in bed with someone, we’re giving permission to that person not only to commune with our body, but with our whole being. The pure forces of life are in communication with each other, independently of us, and then we cannot hide who we are.”

“Choosing one path means abandoning others - if you try to follow every possible path you will end up following none.”

“Face your path with courage, don't be scared of people's criticism. And, above all, don't let yourself get paralyzed by your own criticism.”

“When you find your way you cannot be scared. You need to be brave enough to take wrong steps. The deceptions, failures, lack of enthusiasm, are tools that God places in our way to reveal the path.”

“The path to wisdom is not being afraid to make mistakes.”

“Whenever you have to find about something, Plunge right in!”

1 comment:

  1. Hello,Camilla,I am touched by the poem that you sent Paulo Coelho. I would love to publish it on my blog ,linked to your blog with your permission. I would love to share more with you as we seem to speak "Coelho language" , even if I only read him in translated in Bulgarian and English.
    My name is Ivelina Borislavova. My site is

    Please let me know.