Adventures with Spirit: The Healing Journey

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Xlibris Corporation, May 30, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 94 pages
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This book tells the true story of how Spirit moved into my life, provided me with emotional healing and began answering my life-long questions about purpose and meaning in life. You may find this book helpful if you have undergone emotional trauma, abandonment or feel hopeless and discouraged about your situation. I found Spirit led me to find healing in places I would never have thought to look! You, too, may have such a miraculous experience. I invite you to take a look at my journey of healing; perhaps you will be inspired to push forward on your own journey. And please, accept the gift of Hope! This is Sue Ostapowich’s first in a series of three books which tell of her encounters with Spirit. This book – The Healing Journey – gives vivid details of how Spirit made its first connections with her, offering her and others a new way of relating to the world in which we live. Growing up in rural Manitoba she spent many hours alone in nature and gained an appreciation for the natural environment. Her professional career as a psychiatric nurse focused on the support, care and protection of those affected with severe disabilities. In retirement, she became educated on the scientific aspects of the environment and has answered a spirit call to service. She is an avid cyclist and continues to treasure time spent alone listening to nature. To learn more about Sue, her pursuits and interests, visit http://www.sueostapowich.org.
 

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Introduction 1 Possibilities
hat as 3 The Turning Point
The Healing Begins
Emotional tiromh 6 Lessons from Spirit
Trust Renewed 8 The Assignment Reyealed
Reyelations of Life
Human Frailty 11 Su ortin iri 12 Qpening the Door to Spirit Epilogue Additional Thoughts Things Happen For a Reason
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