From the land of the midnight sun comes an extraordinary tale. The true story of a journey from the physical to the non-physical, from the mind to the soul, from darkness to light.
Tracing her life from her early years in Australia to marriage and settling in Norway, Gabrielle Bergen tells of her search for a sense of belonging and the wish to find her real self. No longer knowing who she is after many years of marriage, she asks the question that most of us ask at some point in our lives, “Who am I?” Dramatic events follow that lead to the fragmentation of her personal identity and the emergence of her soul — the real self she had been longing to find.
Gabrielle takes us though each phase of her amazing journey with openness and honesty. She offers unique insights into the nature of the soul and the ways in which the soul works its magic.
Return to My Soul offers hope and inspiration; points a way to the self; reveals the magnificence at our core.
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What others are saying: “…..one of the most intense descriptions of waking up beyond thought that I have ever read. Gabrielle Bergan shares her journey to awakening in a naked and raw way…. I highly recommend ‘Return to My Soul’ …” Susanne Dau-Kayser.
”If you want to read a book that grabs you from the first page and pulls you through the entire book in one sitting, this is the one. Buy it. Read it. Reflect on it. You will not leave this book untouched.” Jamie Siv Rognstad.
In her Memoir, Return To My Soul, Gabrielle Bergan bares her soul with utmost honesty, brilliant clarity, and with a generous heart. Return To My Soul is a groundbreaking and stunning illustration of the “Heroine Journey”. Medea Bavarella Chechik.
“This beautifully written story captures the amazing journey of returning to the core of our being. Gabrielle Bergan’s authentic nature and powerful yet simple story-telling skills weave the reader into her world where she engages on a level that triggers and evokes the importance of healing from the root.” Iris Canham-Gezane, author of The Wounded Daughters of Africa.