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The Spirit of Life by Niaby Codd - Book Tour

The Spirit of Life by Niaby Codd




Summary:
To read this book is to take the first step towards a life of consciousness. To read this book is to take the first step towards a life filled with love and abundance. To read this book is to take the first step towards knowing who you truly are. 

For millennia, man has searched for purpose and meaning in his life but that journey has often led him to search in all the wrong places. It has been said many times that to connect with self is to connect with God and to connect with God is to connect with love, but our definition and understanding of what God is has become so misunderstood that many of us can’t even say the word, let alone connect with it. 

By reading this book, you will start to realign yourself with the true definition of God, in all of its glory and all of its wisdom. By reading this book, you will start to realign yourself with the true meaning of self, in all of its beauty and all of its uniqueness. By reading this book you will start to realign yourself with the true meaning of love, in all of its expansiveness and all of its entirety. By reading this book you will take the first step towards the revolution of consciousness, the revolution of our hearts and minds, the revolution that will help us to find peace in ourselves and peace on our planet. The revolution that has been forever prophesied but never seen. The revolution that IS coming to our planet...




Information about the Book
Title: The Spirit of Life
Author: Niaby Codd
Release Date: 20th August 2019
Genre: Non-Fiction
Page Count: 198
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing



Excerpt
‘The past is a foreign country, they do things differently there.’ I don’t think that I ever fully appreciated the magnitude of this statement when I read L.P. Hartley’s book The Go-between as part of the school syllabus. Now this statement depicts the enormity of change that has followed me throughout my entire life. 
I barely recognise the high flying, materialistic stockbroker that I was only a few years ago, in the hectic storm that is Hong Kong, let alone the young and fragile girl who was bullied at school previously. Change has followed me throughout my whole life and whilst, for a long time, I lived a life shrouded in fear, the one thing that I always intrinsically knew is that change is often for the good. That’s not to say that I didn’t fight change every step of the way on occasions, particularly when it came to walking away from relationships that were no longer serving me. Instead I would stay and continue to try to salvage whatever I could from the ashes of a destructive relationship, never allowing myself to let go, no matter how much pain it was causing me, not because I was scared of being alone – I already knew that I could do that – but rather because I was fearful of what would be on the other side for me when I had learned to become so comfortable in the situation that I was currently in. Sometimes we convince ourselves that we are happy in our current situations because it just seems easier that way but, often, what lays on the other side of change is the path to finding our dreams, if only we had the courage to take the leap of faith that is needed to get us there. 
That doesn’t mean that we should berate ourselves for not making these decisions sooner – life is all about timing after all. It is often through the most painful experiences that we learn the most about ourselves. It is in these moments that we find the strength to become who we truly are and it is through these experiences that we, eventually, learn to embrace change for the gift that it is. 
It is through such painful experiences that I finally came to find my true self. Six years of ill health took a massive toll on my ability to be the person that I had always believed myself to be. I knew myself to be a wild party girl, sociable to the core and defined by my career as a stockbroker. Designer clothes, sports cars and flash city pads helped me to hide the array of insecurities that I had carried around with me since I was that bullied child. No one could touch me now! The false confidence that I gained from partying even allowed me to hide those insecurities from myself for a time, although, of course, when I look back on my behaviour in those days, it is evident that it was all a direct reaction to the broken person that I had become inside. 
No longer able to be the sociable party girl that I once was and finding myself in a new country – a country whose expat community were also fully committed to the party, I found myself facing a massive internal conflict – ‘Who am I if not that party girl?’ Mentally 
I was still that person but physically that lifestyle had become impossible for me to lead. This became a great challenge for me as, previously, I had always found myself at the centre of many social circles but now, in this new and unfamiliar country, I also found myself in the unfamiliar territory of being on the outside of a circle of friends due to a lack of energy to socialise. 
I became very weak, both physically and mentally. I lost myself in relationships as I no longer had the strength of character to know who I was. I had known for a long time that I was sensitive to the energy of spirit but I had no idea that I was sensitive to the energy of other people too. In my already weakened state, I found that I became heavily bogged down with the energy of others. I found myself drowning in negativity and encased by fear. My overly sensitive body came under a sensory attack, from noise pollution, to light, air and food pollution. Being the perfectionist that I am, I was determined to continue to do my job to a high standard but, whilst keeping up this appearance, I was dying inside. The work that I had previously enjoyed began to drown me in a sea of stress, misery and pain. After four and a half years of working as a stockbroker in Hong Kong, I began to feel that I had sold my soul. 
Walking away from that lifestyle and that pay cheque, was one of the hardest decisions, mentally, that I have ever had to make, but, over time, that 





Author Information
Niaby Codd is an ex stock broker who saw the light in the darkest hour of poor health and recognised the call of her soul to walk a different path. She currently resides in London with a view to spending a lot more time in Ibiza. She is both a spiritual medium and a healer. Through mediumship, healing and writing, she hopes to inspire people to find the power to heal themselves so in turn, they too can inspire others to do the same. 




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