John_Welshons_ “Every human being has an ‘inner voice,’ a ‘higher’ nature, an awareness beyond thought and beyond intellect. It is called by various names: Buddha Nature, Christ Consciousness . . . Atman, etc. It is our Soul. In it we just ‘know.’ But precious little in our cultural training has helped us to ‘connect’ with that place of infinite wisdom, unconditional Love, and pure joy. Janet Conner’s wonderful book, Writing Down Your Soul is a magnificent gift for us all. It offers a clear, concise, nurturing path to connecting – every day – with the highest and deepest part of ourselves. In that process it helps us become fully alive, fully awake, and fully loving. I highly recommend this superb, insightful, compassionate book!”

~John E. Welshons, author, Awakening From Grief and One Soul, One Love, One Heart: The Sacred Path to Healing All Relationships

augustgold152d “Within us all dwells an eternal goldmine of wisdom that is our Soul, designed to light our path and guide our every step. This book is a powerful tool to help you access this deeper realm of consciousness, and put it to work enriching your life… immediately.”

~ August Gold, author of The Prayer Chest, Founder, Spiritual Director of Sacred Center New York

LarryHome2 “In many spiritual traditions, it is an ancient belief that words have miraculous powers and are most powerful when they emerge spontaneously and heartfelt from one’s inner being. Janet Conner shows how writing is a powerful catalyst. This is not superstition; it’s affirmed through solid, scientific research. This is one of the most effective methods of psychospiritual growth available. To learn how to set this process in motion in your life, Writing Down Your Soul is an invaluable guide.”

~Larry Dossey, MD, author of Healing Words and The Power of Premonitions

auth_photo_small(1) “You’ve just given me the best book to recommend to my writing students. And you! You, who say you cannot write or do not know how to write — read this. You! You, who feel lost and do not know where to turn — read this. Janet shows you the best road… the one that leads to what your soul already knows.”

~Mary Anne Radmacher, author of Live Boldly and Lean Forward into Your Life

VictoriaMoran “We’ve all heard that the wisdom we need is inside us. Janet Conner shows us how to access that wisdom — along with insight, guidance, peace, and a colossally better life — with a pen and paper. I love her specific suggestions and that she shares them in a writing style that’s as rich as a butterscotch sundae. Just reading her words will make you want to write.”

~Victoria Moran, author of Creating a Charmed Life

gailMcmeekin “In Writing Down Your Soul, Janet Conner invites you to take a spiritual journey using your daily writing as a gateway. She has developed a special formula for success and her book is filled with instructions, research, and profound questions to use as guides. Her own story is poignant and compelling, and she shares many universal truths along the way. I didn’t want it to end and will highly recommend it to my clients and colleagues.”

~Gail McMeekin, career and creativity coach and the author of The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women

BrendaKnight “I see Janet Conner’s Writing Down Your Soul as transformational technology for dramatic self growth. Her personal story of how she discovered soul writing is riveting. Read this book and reap the benefit for the rest of your life!”

~Brenda Knight, author of Rituals for Life

“This is a how-to book that reads like the best novel ever. It isn’t long before one can be inside its pages reliving many parts of one’s life. It is thought-provoking, exciting and healing in the best sense of the word. It reaches to the depths of one’s Soul. This book acts as a road map for the journey of a lifetime, in easy-to-read format. With paper and pen in hand, one can find out who one is and what one’s purpose is. The only requirement is that one make a commitment to place and time daily to obtain the ultimate benefit. The book is for young and old, rich and poor, happy and sad. It is a book to be treasured for years to come.”

~Betsey Brooks, Association for Research and Enlightenment, Virginia Beach, Va.