Summer’s Path is the remarkable story of Don Newport, an engineer that comes face to face with his personal destiny under extraordinary circumstances. After losing his job and his health insurance, Don learns he has a terminal disease with only a few months left to live. On his death bed, he meets Robert, a brazen angel of death that promises to help Don with a graceful exit. As Don prepares to say his last goodbyes to his loving wife, Robert attempts to change Don’s perspective about his mortality and proposes an exceptionally unique option.
Robert leads Don through an astounding meditation of life and death and reveals various healing and spiritual concepts including walk-ins, embodiment and soul destiny. On this magical journey of self realization, Don discovers that it’s never too late to learn profound life lessons about ourselves and our loved ones.
In my interview with Scott we explore the healing and spiritual concepts that are articulated in the book. We speak about ancestral entanglements and how spiritually we are connected to our ancestries and that much of who we are can be related to our ancestral entanglements. I mentioned to Scott that in my course in spiritual psychology we studied our genealogy, and looked at the patterns that frequently repeat themselves from generation to generation. I encourage my listeners to look into this concept, and you will find that many of your ancestral patterns will be revealed.
We also speak about subverted emotions and how this plays a very important role in how we manifest disease in our lives. When we link the body, mind, spirit and soul we begin to understand the importance that our emotions play in the manifestation of disease in life.
You are going to love this interview with a very interesting author with a fresh perspective about the links between our disease, emotions and past lives. I hope you enjoy my interview with Scott Blum, if you want more information about the book and Scott you can visit his website by clicking here.
Scott is also the founder of Daily Om, and I know you will enjoy visiting this website as well–please click here.