Chefs guide aims to highlight all our individual strengths and gifts

January 29th, 2015 7:30 AM

By Southern Star Team

Martin is an author, and a chef at Liss Ard in Skibbereen

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A guide to expressing our own unique potential, a book by Martin Robbins, is now available in West Cork bookshops.

The book, a small, slim volume of 115 pages, is self-published, but it is so beautifully done that it is certain to find a market, particularly in the author’s adopted home of West Cork.

Martin, who is from London, moved to West Cork six years ago and has, of late, been working as a vegetarian chef at Liss Ard Estate in Skibbereen, as well as a number of other well-known retreat centres throughout Ireland.

As a shamanic healer, Martin also offers one to one healing sessions and facilitates shamanic workshops.

But it was here, in the peace and tranquillity of West Cork, that Martin found the perfect setting to produce his first book.

Entitled, ‘A Concise Guide to a life on Earth’, the book, according to Martin, ‘is channelled by Merlin, a spirit guide that I have worked with for several years.

‘It is a powerful, eloquent guide to help answer the great perennial questions and support the challenges of life we all face at some time.’ He adds that it addresses the challenges that cause difficulties, suffering and confusion about what life is about, who we are and what our purpose is.

‘My book is a guide to help bring awareness of our own unique gifts and strengths and remove the conditioning and fear that has kept our potential suppressed,’ said Martin.

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