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Diana Silva. Director Head of Silva Method International. U.S.A.

Dear June, we are so looking forward to publicizing your books on the Silva International site, especially “Manifesting with Silva.”

You are a walking testimonial to the hope of the world at large and what you are doing in is all a great blessing to us all and wonderful for humanity; what better than to have someone who has lived these challenges in life and helped herself and others too.

You are an amazing creator who is yet to help humanity in so many more ways with your writing.

But for now, remember to stay blessed and beautiful, and that way everyone around you can feel the glory of your blessings too.

Better and better, Diana Silva.

Diana & Richard Oulahan. Washington. D.C.

“Manifesting with Silva” It has been a pleasure to contribute to the translation of June Kidd’s book into Spanish. Her narrative style, associating situations of daily life, together with the application of the Silva Techniques, gives the reader an instrument for the solution of daily problems. It allows us to understand the enormous capacities of the human mind.

Her contagious motivation is an invitation for those of us who have taken the Silva Method to continue practicing the techniques, not only for our benefit, but to make of this world a better place to live. For those who still have not taken the Silva programs, the book opens a door to a world of infinite possibilities for their success.

Marianna Clement, Silva Method Director. Greece

Your Manifesting book looks very good. I just went through very quickly to have a first taste of it and I loved it. Good luck with it. In Greece we wish the book to have an excellent voyage. Better and better, Marianna.

Ken Coscia, Silva International Training Director

“You the Human Magnet” is a fantastic book by an author who walks the talk!

Diana Oulahan, Silva Director, Washington D.C.

I do so believe in your book, June. I feel motivated every time I read it (and I have read it about 5 times now), in my classes I always talk about it because it is a MUST for Silva Grads to be able to understand the use of the techniques applied to different situations. Keep moving forward, Diana.

Karin Barnes, Silva Instructor, U.K.

I hope so much that Manifesting reaches more people……well everyone really. If there was only one word to describe your book it is inspirational.  People always want to know “how did it help you, so that I will know how it can help me!”

Diana Oulahan, Director of Silva International (Washington D.C)

Manifesting with Silva Beyond Imagination is based on June’s experiences using the Silva Techniques. The book, full of success stories, is written with great fluency and imagination on how the author has been able to apply Silva Techniques to different situations. Its a great little book if you want to know more about the Silva Method and its a great book if you are already a Silva graduate. This is a great gift for someone you love, give the gift of LEARNING. ENJOY IT. I did.

Aysen Edis, Silva International Director (Turkey)

Congratulation June.  Manifesting with Silva is an amazing and soulful book. I enjoyed reading it. The book is full of success stories written with great fluency and very affective on how to apply Silva Techniques to different situations. There are the answers to what graduates ask us most. I am positive that your book will be of great inspiration to our Turkish graduates.

Diana & Richard Oulahan, Silva Method Directors (Washington D.C)

June’s book, Manifesting with Silva, is an excellent way to discover the capacities of the human mind and how to use them constructively.

Ken Coscia, Silva Director (US)

June is one of the most enthusiastic Silva practitioners that I have ever met. Her newest book on Manifesting is loaded with inspiration that will give you many ideas for practical application.

Viktória G Duda, author of Anima Mund, The Metaphysical Podcast and www.zenith-lifestyle.co.uk

Manifesting with Silva “Manifesting with Silva” is a really lovely read, thank you so much for sharing! It reminded me of things I used to do when I first graduated, but then forgot! Reading the book, I was inspired to practice them again. For instance, I was on the bus reading your book, but I had some nasty pain in my lower back. Instead of stopping me from going to the gym, I talked to the pain as you did, telling it that it had no chance to ruin my training, and of course it got better. It hasn’t hurt since! This is all very powerful stuff and we constantly need to be remind and so reinforce each other. It helps us also to climb higher on the gravitational ladder, so to speak. Human nature always needs time to adjust to the new but if it gets reinforced, its faster! Peace and blessings.

Marianne Clement, Silva Training Instructor (Italy)

Thank you again for the book, it is so amazing. I really enjoyed reading it. I will share it with my English speaking contacts. I am now looking forward to reading your other books. Best Regards.

Viktória G Duda, author of Anima Mund, The Metaphysical Podcast and www.zenith-lifestyle.co.uk

Unshriven is more than a novel: it is a wonderful reminder and evidence of the fact that we can tap into knowledge far beyond the capacities of the brain. Unshriven will show you that imagination is not “just imagination,” but the mind’s most powerful tool to access the collective unconscious, including our racial memory and creative power. Niels Bohr once said about quantum theory that anyone who is not shocked by it, cannot possibly have understood it. Equally, those who read Unshriven and do not find their old materialist paradigm shocked by it, cannot possibly have understood it! A very important contribution.

Karen Jones (Savage) Script Supervisor, Downton Abby, Endeavour, Shackleton, etc..

June is able to capture a range of characters in minute detail. Her scene setting in The Pruning of the Vine is gripping and the build up of tension, brilliant! Her observations are both funny and sad and the highs and lows of Phyll’s journey is a real page turner.

Susan Hampshire, actor.

Dear June. I hate reading but I read the martial from Pruning of the Vine last night. Very impressed! It is a wonderful rich portrait of loneliness and despair. Page turning reading. I finished it at 4-30 a.m. I liked Marguerite’s part too, but all that Phyll is going through is very compelling and perfectly developed.

Sarah Hooper

“1663 Unshriven 1963” is a magnificent page turner, leaving you hanging on every mystery it unveils. The book itself is as wondrous and lovely as its author and I honestly found I could not put it down. Set in 1663 and 1963 Kidd writes with such insight that as you trace the stories of the Myers’ and June’s alter-ego-esque character Stella you can feel the shifting of the time periods and your presence within them as you time travel with the Stella. I would highly recommend this book to those not only interested in the spiritual but those interested in crime, mysteries, romance, witch craft and the unexplained. With writing reminiscent to Miller’s The Crucible Kidd is certainly a very talented writer.

Darlene Dean

This book came to me by way of a chance meeting. I am so glad, I have thoroughly enjoyed reading it. The authors style has a wonderful way of taking you back in time, A story that took the author on a journey of discovery where fiction became a factual account of something that really happened. Spooky. A story about people like you who frequent this page, healers and seers, seekers and sisters. I highly recommend this book ….Loved it!

Geraldine Beskin of ‘The Atlantis Bookshop’ Musium Street. (Internationally known, it is the oldest metaphysic book shop in London and well worth a visit) and Sahar Huneidi of www.ps-magazine.com both agreed that:

There hasn’t been a book like “Unshriven” for almost ten years!        

Andrea Domjan – University Lecturer, Hungary, and Silva Director:

“Unshiven” is the ultimate Silva book.

Mary Barber

“Loved your book, how fascinating! Couldn’t put it down. Must read it again.

Mrs. D. Goodson

“Unshriven”  is splended – beautifully written and quite gripping.

Ms. V. Robertson

Dear June,

What a wonderful book! I started reading Unshriven at 6-30 p.m and read right through to the early hours of Sunday morning.  I was totally caught up in it and could not put it down.

You have the knack of drawing the reader in, so it makes one feel like a participant, and the beautifully descriptive atmospheric writing is perfect for the tale that had to be told.

I enjoyed the setting, too, for I know that part of the country so well.

June, you are a marvel and I find it extremely difficult to visualise you as once being so dyslexic.  Surely this book should qualify for the Booker prize?

I look forward to your next volume

What hidden depths are there in us all, I wonder?

Jacquie Bibby. New Zealand.

My eyes are closing, just popped on to the computer to say Unshriven has arrived and is being devoured! It’s gone the midnight hour here so havent got far but have been very absorbed. It may be morning there in the U.K. but I never expected to be falling about with laughter at this time of night! Where did you get all the funnies? They really have left me legless!
“I never touched a drop honestly officer.”
Still have two more to go.

Finished Unshriven. It was good to read your book. Sorry to not replied sooner, my computer been down the swanny. Unshriven is a great read, you must be very proud. Congratulations.

Lyn White

Dear June, I have just finished reading Unshriven and I found it to be a fascinating and intriguing read that left me with all sorts of questions!

Angela Gail

Dear June,
I have just read your book, which had me spellbound. What a wonderful writer you are. I know that you have battled dyslexia all your life, and this gives hope to so many people as they see that this condition is no hindrance to creative talent. For those that are skeptical they should read this book, as it not only opens doors to other lifetimes, but it also opens doors in the mind regarding the whole concept of time. Might we expect another book soon? Yes please.

Judy Kitson

June, Finished your book last evening. It was not a fast read, but more thought-provoking, which is good. It is well written and easy to follow, considering the 300 year time changes.  I really enjoyed it.  It should do well as there seems to be an interest in this type of story right now. You certainly had some wonderful experiences writing it. I will be sending it on to my sister who loves reading anything English. I’ve also put a review up on Amazon that should show in about 48 hours. I also noted they now have it offered in Kindle. Congratulations and good luck!

Karin Barnes. Silva Method Training Instructor

I have just finished reading your book or should I say ‘living it’ for I am still in the 17th century! This is an illuminating book; a work of fiction that becomes provable fact! It tells a story of intrigue, spanning timelines and lifetimes. More than a beautiful story, it relates a mission which answered Rachel and Hannah  Myer’s call for justice,from 1663. Unshriven should help all who read it; it opens minds and it inspires!

Josephine Sellers (Author of Parallel Worlds and Director of the Awakening T.V. Channel

Unshriven is a fascinating paranormal novel, the contents of which later proves to be historically accurate.  This story is about historical, psychic remnance crying out for healing and is wonderful evidence of the unseen realms fusing with earthbound reality.

Diane Turner, New Zealand

Congratulations on your book!  Your novel Unshriven is a real page turner. You are a gifted writer but the part that fascinated me most was your discover that ‘fiction’ was in fact – fact! Thank you for writing Unshriven and sharing your incredible story.

Sahar Huneidi  www.SaharHuneidi.com

A fabulous book! Well done. I hope it will fly on the wings of success. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will do a write-up and post it on ps-magazine asap.

Beverley Angel

Truly astonishing, and a wonderful story, but most astonishing of all is that it is true. I cannot explain how it could be possible… yet there it is. A mind bender! June Kidd is an extraordinary woman with rare talents. I so look forward to her second book being published!

Patricia Stevens, cover artist for Unshriven

As a novel, the journey is very interesting and most enjoyable. As a factual account of  a ‘happening,’ it becomes utterly amazing. A fascinating read of a past time and an injustice awaiting absolution.

Janis Hall, Hertfordshire

Well done June. I should be working but I’m ‘glued’ to Unshriven! A really well written story that stands on its own as a story but add in the ‘knowledge’ that goes along with it and it becomes quite amazing. Unshriven tells the tale without embellishment and this is what made it special for me. It is a refreshingly good read for anyone who has ever said, ‘I wonder’.

Philippa Forrest, Shaftesbury (Daughter of Beryl Giles)

I’ve throughly enjoyed reading Unshriven. It has been quite an emotional read for me and I must confess to shedding a tear, as I wasn’t aware of how much Mum had been involved. Neither was I aware of how co-operative the owners of the manor houses and the local priest had been in your pursuit of the facts. Having the ‘story’ before the factual rendition was a wise move and all worked well in the reading. Congratulations!  Incidentally, the illustration of the cottage on the front of the book, was delightful. Please thank the artist for me. You are right, we do meet people at the right time and  place in history – bizarre though it may seem at times.  Good luck with Unshriven and the sequel and I hope you enjoy all it entails.

Mrs. W.Thomas, Shropshire

Congratulations! I have just read the back cover and the first 28 pages and had to contact you.  The story is quite fascinating and beautifully descriptive. I can’t wait to read the rest. Will write more later. Thank you.

Wally Thomas

Readers of this fascinating book may never be able to see their world in the same way again.
The Author’s experience of the Da Silva method enabled her to write this story of a troubled soul unable to rest until it receives absolution. Past and present are woven together with descriptive prose which depict scenes and scenery vividly. The book ends with a staggering verification of the story.

Paul and Terasa Barker, Dorset.

Spellbinding we were blown away with it. I love the juxtaposition of ancient and modern and was chilled by the power of the timeslips. Spectacular!

Barbara McDonald, Worcester.

When I spoke to you last I hadn’t even finished reading Unshriven but I was enjoying it and I particularly liked the way it is split, with ‘The Change of Reality’ a section fascinating in itself.
After all your hard work and unswerving determination you now deserve all the success coming to you.  Well done! I have already requested publication on Kindle

As an aside, do you remember some years ago using the diving rods around our house to locate ley lines… and they went mad just outside our courtyard where the new ‘Granary’ was built?  We have recently discovered that running along that line is the main Coventry Water Main (3 feet + in diameter) – so the rods were actually picking up a massive water supply – hope it never bursts!

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