A true story about a courageous woman who discovers that she is a clairvoyant.
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I wrote this book because my life seemed to be so extraordinarily complicated, I was born in India but to English parents, I was dragged around the Arabian Gulf and finally Hong Kong for awhile until finally being deposited into a boarding school on the Isle of Wight in southern England.
My upbringing taught me how to be adaptable, but it had scarred me in many ways. When I was very small I heard a voice, which I felt gave me comfort in the most stressful and confusing times. My parents were a volotile couple and mostly my sister and I were left to cope whilst they battled. My father was an alcoholic.
Over the course of my life, Mooneyes appeared at important times and suddenly I woke up to the realisation that there were other people like me who heard voices, had visions and could see into the past and the future! It was an incredible relief and also very exiting to know that I was not alone in this! I had always been told I was a freak ! Now I was led to wonderful spiritual workshops and had things in common with others. My most incredible discovery was that Mooneyes was a native american indian spirit and he led me to Wounded Knee in South Dakota.
I hope that through my book, anyone who is looking for answers to their questions about life, why it can be so hard sometimes and how to get through it will find a clue in my book! Please let me know or write a review for me!
Love and light always
Mitakuye Oyasin! ( we are all connected!)
From an early age I was aware of things before they occurred. Highly sensitive and emotional, I would always feel energies around me, and I knew in my heart that life with my parents was not for me.
Its a great read!
Clairvoyant, hypnotherapist, reiki healer and spritual guide,the author's astonishing life story has turned from one of negative thoughts to one where she uses her gifts generously to help others advance on life's pathway.
Enlightening and uplifting!
Why waste time being unhappy? Seems to be the author's principle. With a varied career as an air hostess in the Arabian Gulf, then as a supply teacher to problem children the author has seen her fair share of unhappiness in others. Her personal life too, with its well of loneliness, difficult relationships, a brief marriage and- as yet- an absence of children , has raised issues that would smother frailer souls for ever.
The breakthrough came in a mysterious way in South Dakota, where the author found kinship in a profound way with the Lakota Sioux , of Wounded Knee fame. Here, helped by her spirit guide Mooneyes, she touched base with the essence of her being and purpose. Reassembling her identity and adopting a new, brighter persona, has taken her into the realms of maturity and fulfilment. This joyful development forms the theme of her enlightening and uplifting autobiography.
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