The Oldest Soul Blog

  • 01
    Sep
    The Quest for Inner Peace
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    This post contains spoilers … about life.   You’ve been warned. Open your left hand. Hold it next to the left side of your face, about one inch from your ear. Now turn your head to face your hand. This is how close you are to enlightenment. Inner peace is as close as your palm is to your nose right now. It’s always been right there … and your soul knows it. So you can stop telling yourself you have volumes of spiritual texts to read, costly self-improvement seminars to attend and life altering quests to Nepal that must happen before you can know inner peace or become enlightened. You can take the notion of this being a complicated endeavor and chuck it

  • 10
    Aug
    Soul Age
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    The Oldest Soul Trilogy Eye

    The awesome peeps over at YABookCentral created an amazing International Giveaway featuring The Oldest Soul!! Out of the nearly 1500 fans who entered the following four lucky winners have just been sent an autographed copy of Animus! I mean like I JUST put them in the mailbox!! Well, actually, my husband did ... cause he's awesome like that! :) And the winners are... Sharon Kaminski Deidre Taft-Lockard Joy Rodgers Renee Grandinetti Congrats!!! Be on the look out for book mail! Read up and get ready for The Oldest Soul Trilogy Book 2, coming soon!!!! xx Tiffany

  • 17
    Jul
    Uncategorized
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    Are you looking for The Oldest Soul Book 2? Want hints from the author, up to the minute info on release dates? Want to know where and when it will be available? Be the first to know about The Oldest Soul Book 2! Visit TiffanyFitzHenry.com

  • 30
    May
    Uncategorized
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    YA Book Central is so excited about The Oldest Soul they're giving it away on 4 continents!! If you live in the US, Canada, UK or Australia click here to enter to win!! "The best book since Divergent." - 5 Stars, Reader's Favorite “Highly recommended if you’re looking for a quickly paced, page turner! Watch out Katniss Everdeen, Evelyn O’Cleirigh is here! Five stars!” - Goodreads Voted #1 "The Best Series" on Goodreads  ABOUT THE BOOK Eve has no idea she’s the oldest soul on earth, with a pre-wired connection to every other soul on the planet and that the boy she’s mysteriously drawn to, named Roman, has been her soul mate, her love of nearly three hundred lifetimes—until he tells her. But what

  • 06
    May
    Uncategorized
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    As the author of novels about reincarnation I'm asked all the time, "What is that ineffable part of us anyway? Really. What is the soul?" The soul in many religions, philosophical and mythological traditions, is: the incorporeal and immortal essence of a living being. According to Abrahamic religions, only human beings have immortal souls. The ancient Egyptians believed that a human soul was made up of three parts: The Ka, the Ba, and the Akh. The Ka is essentially a person’s double, it is the life force and at death it is separated from the body. The Ba is the part of the soul that can travel between the worlds of the living and the dead. The Akh is the transfigured spirit

  • 06
    Apr
    Uncategorized
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    Eyes are mysterious things. From the moment of our birth we're intensely drawn to them. Have you ever really wondered... why is that? Why is it that our first breaths, crying and fitful, are almost instantly calmed when our eyes meet those of our mother? It almost looks as if our mother's provide a kind of anchor for us into this world. Anyone who's witnessed it will admit, there's clearly something in a mother's eyes that newborns easily recognize, all a newborn has to do is see into them, and in that moment it's as if they appear to think, "Oh hey, there you are... that's right, (deep breath, sigh), now I remember." For our part, there's an innate drive,

  • 21
    Mar
    Learning a New Way
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    So here's an incredible but true thing that goes on in the world: 'N ba' is the Bambara greeting used by men in Mali. It's the equivalent of 'hello' but actually means 'my mother' or more specifically, 'thanks to the mother who bore me I am here this moment to greet you.' Wow! Ok, wait. A man's word for 'hello' in this indigenous language is basically "my mother!" Let's break it down because this could be the simplest and yet most profound thing ever. The basic form of greeting used by men in parts of the nation of Mali pays homage to women in a deep and sacred way. While I'm not sure how this translates in the way women are

  • 02
    Mar
    As Seen On
    Written By tela
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    In the latest video from YouTube mega star @rclbeauty101, a.k.a Rachel Levin, the Internet sensation with nearly 7 million subscribers talks about fangirling Justin Beiber, One Direction, and ANIMUS, Book One in The Oldest Soul Trilogy and why this scorching hot new novel is your next addictive read ... "Because the idea of finding out how many lives your soul has lived is so cool." Check out the video below and start reading Animus today!! You can find it everywhere books are sold, or just click HERE for Amazon. You can thank us later!   Buy Animus Today: Available everywhere books are sold! Amazon USA | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AUS iTunes | Audible | Barnes & Noble | Books-a-Million | Kobo How

  • 15
    Jan
    Uncategorized
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    As institutions go, religion is a pretty hot mess. From radicals, zealots and fanatics to abuse and systemic corruption at the highest levels in most major faiths—religion has seen better days... oh wait, no it hasn't. Throughout the entire recorded history of mankind, religion, as an institution, has been causing huge fucking problems. (Note, if you're either easily offended or super closed minded you'll want to stop here. I hope you enjoyed our time together. Yes, the blog is quite interesting. No, you're not allowed to read it if you're going to be a total snowflake on me, now go!) To be very clear, I don't mean spirituality has been a problem or God has been a problem. I mean, the religions: the organizations

  • 12
    Jan
    Learning a New Way
    Written By Tiffany FitzHenry
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    One of the most beautiful things about this life is the differences in what we can see and perceive about one another and how they melt away in matters of the heart and in our shared truths of the human experience; what the soul just knows or feels. Really, we're all trying to describe the same stuff. It could come out as a sonnet or a rap song, a beautiful dress or a hug, and be given to us by people from Mother Teresa to Tupac Shakur, from Shakespeare to Dolly Parton, but whatever it is that pours from our hearts when we reach to understand one another and ourselves, it certainly seems like it's from the same place.