Elsa Joy Bailey
Elsa Joy Bailey began having mystical experiences at a very early age; in fact, she began receiving small poems when she was three. Not surprisingly, she did not grasp the inner truths within these poems until years later, when her mind had opened to Spirit.
During her adult years, Elsa ’s love of writing led her into a career as an advertising copywriter. Yet all the while, she maintained an inexplicable interest in nonduality. Her curiosity led her into the works of Joel Goldsmith, A Course in Miracles, Rumi, Nisargadatta, Hafiz, Meister Eckhart, Hildegard of Bingen, Brother Lawrence, Evelyn Underhill, Jean Klein, Krishnamurti – and many, many others. READ MORE »
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Memos for Mystics
by Elsa Joy Bailey
Memos for Mystics is a collection of spiritual notes which are filled and overflowing with joy and insights. It is nonsectarian, and was written to encourage and support everyone who has ever encountered stuck places in their own private spiritual journey. read more »
Paperback – 5½” x 8½” – 320 pp.