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In this follow-up to "Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead" these poems guide the listener ever deeper into union with the inner Divine Beloved. Dedicated to the One who patiently awaits our attention, devotion...and longing.

©2013 Tosha Silver (P)2013 Tosha Silver

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  • Lucinda Carlson
  • 26-09-15

Sums it all up.

All the books you have ever read, all the questions you have ever asked are answered in poetry. This book speaks to your heart and at the same time it is your heart speaking.

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  • fawzia seepaul
  • 31-07-15

Great little book!

loves Tosha's narration. She has such a comforting voice.
Poems that touch your soul, not to read hurriedly, but rather to slowly digest!

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  • SBwell
  • 02-12-15

Miss Etherial Bliss

I may need to be a bit more ethereally worldly to be thourally mesmorized by Tosha's hypnotic muse. Still as one may not grasp Shakspere the wash of divine wisdom over and through my mind trickles down into my knowing SoulSelf. I am currently thourally enjoying Outrageous Openess.