BOOK-RELEASE YOUR MAGICAL CHILD

MOVING OUT OF DARK INTO THE SUNSHINE

THE SPIRIT BECKONS 

(YODA APPROVED MESSAGE)

 SUMMARY — 

When a reclusive, professional, debt counselor loses her job, she is haunted by nightmare of her early childhood abuse from Mom and forced to make allies with her scared younger self and her abandoned Spirit to take back her power from Mom.

SYNOPSIS

Camillia, a professional debt counselor, lives in a world of numbers, schedules and emotionally distraught clients. Competent, ambitious, well respected in her field, she strives to move into an accounting job, until she finds herself  caught in her past— between a scared, traumatized younger version of herself, and a mind controlling, abusive, harsh mom.

Heaven sees and understands her situation and sends her a guide, her loving childhood fairy. As the dancing fairy tries to bring her attention back to reconnect with her pastloving younger self and the imaginary world of children, Camillia falls deeper and deeper into the chaos in her life. Her younger self, though, becomes empowered and bold.

As she searches for a way to reconnect to her sanity, she discovers a secret wisdom and inner resource (Higher Self) that is her hidden love who can pull her into a more fulfilling new life.

Camillia learns the meaning of power.  Her life is about finding her power. Life is all about Power.

READER COMMENTS —

I am reading your book. Cut off from feelings is a good way to describe the impact of childhood abuse. –CC

After reading your book, I started to remember my childhood. When I was young, my dad got involved with alcohol to blank out memories of World War II. When I internalized his neglect and my mother’s anger, I grew angry and neglectful toward myself. Always we are reminded to forgive. Amber’s story reminds us again. Thank you. –BL

I loved your book. It honored my life. It opened my will to write, brought out my magical side, inspired me and changed my life. Now I am ready to write my story. –Kathleen Scott—Auburn Alchemy (Kathleen finished her book in 2008)

I really loved your book.  It felt like non fiction to me.”  — Autumn Storm



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