In this eclectic collection of stories and art, spiritual director, storyteller,snorkeler Sheila Otto invites readers to look below the surface to find deeper meaning. She uses with provocative commentary and questions, and draws on world spiritual traditions to expand the understanding of everyday experience. She has coined the phrase “soul snorkeling” for this probing of unseen areas.The snorkeling gear she provides include photographs that reflect her training in Miksang (a Tibetan word meaning “good eye”) photography. Thought provoking questions guide the reader to look within story or an image for self-understanding. Even if snorkeling is not your sport, you will find good stories and beautiful photographs, stories for all ages and faith traditions; stories to make you smile and stories to make you pause.There is blank space for the readers to insert their own experience and images for the deeper insights. You can dive into this small book, but you are encouraged not to race through it. Soul Snorkeling is a process of watching and following the light and movement below the surface to appreciate its beauty and complexity. Be prepared to be surprised with what you find.