Fairy Tales for Real Women

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BalboaPress, Oct 16, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 258 pages
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In this hope-filled and poignant collection of fictional stories, Jessie Fielden offers readers a fresh interpretation of angelic intervention and assistance in the lives of humanity. As you read the stories, you will find the high-spirited and sometimes serious women are surprised at wisdom from unexpected sources. They discover that angels and nature spirits do exist and show up in their lives in unusual ways, providing maps for adventures of the heart and spirit. By this interaction, their lives are touched and forever altered. As their perception changes, they realize it is basically their own thoughts and actions that create their happiness and success.

Whether you are new to esoteric philosophy or well-seasoned, you will find yourself entertained and identifying with the characters as they experience extraordinary and enlightening life challenges and rediscover the enchantment of everyday life.


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I love these stories, there are ten stories. Read one story and just sleep on it. The stories are rich and layered with multiple messages about spirit guides, fairies and over all insight, shown with strength and wisdom. Our spirit guides bring opportunities to our attention; can we see them, accept them?  


Seaside Angel
The Girl Most Likely
The Horse Named Betsy And The Boy Named Bertie
Rosa And The Ramshackle House
Summer Storm
Once Upon A Time
Dear Reader
Rocky Of Stony Glen
Erinn And The Angels
Gracie And Gloria
Writers Block
The Woman In The Moon

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About the author (2012)

Jessie Fielden is a retired registered nurse whose interests continue in improved health and self-empowerment of women. She is an advocate of alternative medicine and metaphysical philosophy. Her goal is to help women cultivate their authenticity, inner strengths, and maximum potential. She has three children and twelve grandchildren. She lives with her husband in Southern California.

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