Emissary of Light (Book)

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256 pages
Findhorn Press; May 28, 2007
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Emissary of Light
10th Anniversary Edition ~ More than 130,000 copies sold!

This is a book full of wisdom, wrapped inside an amazing adventure.
Learn the power you have to make a difference, to make peace,
to transform both inner and outer conflicts.

"James Twyman's words are a gift to all who seek a higher way. Your soul has placed your hand upon this book. Now let its message into your heart and mind."
- Neale Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God

"James Twyman shows us that we all have the power to create peace and change in the world... We are all "Emissaries of Light""
Marianne Williamson, author of Return to Love

Traveling troubadour James Twyman goes where peace needs to take seed and love needs to replace fear. As you read these pages, you can discover inner peace by making personal the release of fear.

In the late 1990's, Twyman traveled to Bosnia to sing a peace concert. While there, he was led to a mystical community known as the Emissaries of Light, an ancient society whose purpose is to anchor peace where peace has been all but forgotten. He had a life-changing experience when the emissaries invited him to join in their meditations and learn their ways of transmuting fear into love.

Twyman's work is not linked to one ethnicity, one politics, one culture, one religion. His journey of peace and harmony, inspired by the life of St. Francis of Assisi, has taken him to every war-torn country. It has filled him with the personal journey to witness for peace and to help others do so?even in harsh times and dangerous environments.

In a new introduction written for this 10th anniversary edition, Twyman address the cloud of wonderment and suspicion that has hung over Emissary of Light since it was first released.

James F. Twyman is an internationally renowned author and musician who travels the world performing "The Peace Concert" in some of the greatest areas of violence and discord. Known as the "Peace Troubadour," he has been invited by government officials and humanitarian organizations to perform in countries like Iraq, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Serbia, Kosovo, Israel, East Timor and Mexico, as well as the United Nations in New York. He blends his unique style of music with his international reputation for drawing millions of people together in prayer to influence the process of peace in countries torn apart by hatred and war.