Fulton Books author Fred Stewart, a woodworker, a real estate agent, and a mentor, has completed his most recent book “Standing Tree”: a personal account of insights for gifted empaths to channel their inner energy in soothing the soul from sensitive struggles and reflecting on their keen intuition in managing life.
Standing Tree is the narrative of a sensitive old soul and energy healer. Mr. Stewart includes past-life recollections and historical commentaries with reflections tied back to soul progression.
The subject matter includes metaphysics, the psychology of relationships, history, spirit, and early Christianity from the street level.
Mr. Stewart suggests his childhood in rural-1960s America created a sensitive reflective side best described as a clairvoyant empath. Written for those on a spiritual quest, readers are introduced to the terms lightworkers and old souls. Their mission is to offer wisdom, encouraging today’s sensitives struggling through the corridors of life. Some of them are wounded healers who need to shed the skin of numerous past lives to heal themselves. Mr. Stewart offers his vivid American casualty accounts in the US Navy during WWII and the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War. He also shares insightful past-life experiences as a Native American, French cook, and Irish missionary priest, to name a few.
This book also offers a place of solace and vitality to those searching for quiet time and reconnecting with their inner selves. With this vibrant development, ancient and modern wisdom alike, can produce empaths with deep comprehension and intuition in daily encounters. Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Standing Tree” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.