Judith Pennington is an internationally published journalist and a coast-to-coast writer, singer and teacher of meditation and the evolution of human consciousness. A 25-year free-lance journalist, she is the author of a national award-winning coffee table book on Baton Rouge and a critically acclaimed spiritual memoir, The Voice of the Soul, about inspired writing, personal healing and the science of spirituality.
During her career as a journalist in Baton Rouge, Pennington
wrote a two-year series of fascinating, insightful articles
on the mind and learning, creativity, intuition, meditation
and expanded awareness. This adventure in consciousness, composed
of objective research and direct experience, plays directly
into her book, a step-by-step journey into the awakened, evolved
mind of mastery.
In year 2000, after the publication of The Voice of the Soul: A Journey into Wisdom and the Physics of God, Pennington founded Eagle Life Communications (www.eaglelife.com)
an educational outreach dedicated to personal and planetary
evolution. Now living in the blue hills encircling Bethlehem,
Pa., she teaches, produces books and recordings, and publishes
a free e-newsletter, "The Still, Small Voice" (www.thestillsmallvoice.org),
and a quarterly e-magazine, "OneWorld" (1world.org).
Articles and interviews from these international publications
appear in dozens of online magazines and are distributed to
the customers of bookstores across America.
Judith’s practical, profound teachings, integrating
science and spirituality, invoke in people an inner certainty
of higher awareness. She backs up universal principles with
solid science and uses musical guided visualizations to bring
listeners into expanded states of mind. Her soul-stirring
meditations and improvisational singing, accompanied by the
soothing sounds of her Celtic lap harp, transport listeners
into the soul, or master consciousness, which so deftly guides
us into healing and renewal.
A dynamic, effective teacher, Judith is known for her sensitivity,
inclusiveness and ease in communicating complex ideas. She
specializes in the art of meditation, the science of consciousness
and the personal and spiritual path of conscious evolution,
all of which expand our awareness to bring about life transformation.
Her classes, workshops and retreats open the way to self-love,
balanced health, intuitive mastery and our intended destinies
of peace, joy, prosperity and freedom.
Pennington's teachings draw upon the higher wisdom of her
soul, the brain wave research of Anna Wise and decades of
intense study of consciousness, body-mind healing, spiritual
science and the psychodynamics of conflict. Judith's mission
is to inspire and guide people to their wisdom and inner peace.
Judith Pennington, based in Bethlehem, Pa., is an internationally published journalist and a coast-to-coast writer, singer and teacher of meditation and the evolution of human consciousness. She is the author of a groundbreaking book, The Voice of the Soul, a compelling journey into inspired writing, personal healing and the science of spirituality.
Pennington’s book is the basis of an educational outreach,
Eagle Life Communications (www.eaglelife.com),
dedicated to personal and planetary evolution. Eagle Life
presents lectures, workshops and retreats across the United
States and produces books, recordings, concerts and two internationally
read e-publications, "The Still, Small Voice" and
Pennington, a dynamic, effective presenter, offers practical,
profound teachings grounded in science and spirituality. She
specializes in the art of meditation, the science of consciousness,
personal mastery and spiritual growth. Known for her sensitivity,
inclusiveness and ease in communicating complex ideas, she
is able to evoke in people an inner certainty of higher awareness.
Over the past three decades, Pennington’s study of
the science of the mind, conscious living, personal mastery
and spiritual growth has opened the way for many thousands
of people to live happier, healthier and more prosperous lives.
She transports people into soul consciousness through her
teachings and during guided meditations accompanied by her
Celtic lap harp and improvisational singing.
Pennington's workshops, books, recordings, concerts and publications
help people attain self-love, balanced health, intuitive mastery
and their intended destinies of peace, joy, prosperity and
Press Release on The Voice of the Soul
The Voice of the Soul is a book whose time has come. This
compelling spiritual memoir, a step-by-step pathway into healing
and renewal, revolutionizes the way we perceive the human
soul and consciousness. It maps the milestones in our journey
out of darkness into light and calls us into personal and
planetary consciousness more urgently–and resonantly–than
The protagonist of this spiritual memoir, Judith Pennington,
is a skeptical journalist who believes in neither herself
nor God, yet one night hears an inner voice urging her to
pick up pen and paper, listen and write down what she hears.
This proves to be the wisest, most sensible voice she’s
ever heard. She embarks on a 12-year journey into the depths
of the human heart and the soul and science of spirituality.
And that is just the beginning. The Voice of the Soul gives a "bird’s-eye" view of what most spiritual
seekers want to know: how to heal, how our intuitive gifts
unfold, the secrets of synchronicity, how to maintain calm
in the midst of conflict, and how to love, forgive and live
Ultimately, The Voice of the Soul calls readers to awaken to the soul as a parent, teacher and guide knowing exactly what we need, in each moment, to bring about the blossoming of our gifts and talents, our unique destinies, and oneness with the divinity in us and all things.
Pennington’s book is now the basis of an educational
outreach, Eagle Life Communications (www.eaglelife.com),
which teaches the art of meditation, the science of consciousness,
conscious evolution and much more through lectures, workshops,
books, recordings, concerts and two internationally read e-publications:
"The Still, Small Voice" (thestillsmallvoice.org)
and "OneWorld" (1world.org).
While The Voice of the Soul is a personal story, its path of healing is universal. The author’s perception of the human condition
is insightful, wise and compelling, as are the beautiful,
mystical writings of great wisdom comprising the second half
of the book. These indexed writings inspire, comfort and empower
readers and guide them to the wisdom of their own souls.
The Voice of the Soul is remarkable in another way: it illuminates the beads of science strung upon the necklace of Spirit. In a fascinating series of synchronous events, the author discovers that her experience of rising consciousness is common to every devoted meditator and is scientifically charted by one of the world’s leading brain wave biofeedback researchers.
While the science of spirituality often involves complexities that elude the most determined readers, The Voice of the Soul brings to life a clear view of spiritual physics: on the Celtic island of Iona, she sees two vivid cinematic visions and soon after stumbles across a book by a Scottish astrophysicist describing an easy-to-understand quantum theory in exact accord with her prophetic visions.
While this book is the author’s truth, and she holds that each soul must find its own, The Voice of the Soul strikes a resonant chord in the hearts and minds of readers. Pennington invites readers to test her claims by experimenting with the universal laws of higher consciousness. She claims there is nothing mysterious about psychic consciousness or unknowable about God: the key to both is a quantum web strung through all of creation and containing infinite wisdom and healing; it can be accessed by anyone with the need and desire to know and to live responsibly and in harmony with self, each other and the divine in us and all things.
Other books on spirituality offer theories, philosophy, personal experience or dialogue with God. The Voice of the Soul offers all of these and more: a soul-deep understanding of who we really are, why we are here, and how to fulfill our purpose in order to be our highest and best. The book’s beautiful
inspired writings sing these truths to each soul seeking to
know self and God.
Hear an interview with Eleanor Bobrow,
WDIY Public Radio in Bethlehem, Pa.
1: 12 minutes | Part
2: 12 minutes
from the heart speak worlds.