Moonbeams and Shooting Stars: Discover Inner Strength and Live a Happier, More Spiritual Life

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Prentice Hall Press, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 146 pages
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A guide to empowerment-from one teen to another.

Gwinevere Rain understands how confusing the teenage years can be for young women. In Moonbeams and Shooting Stars, she helps teens tap into non-traditional sources for the answers to life questions. In addition, she shares her own personal journey down a spiritual path to inner enlightenment and demonstrates how teenage girls can:

€ Invoke their intuitive power
€ Explore Goddess mythology, and apply the strengths represented by Goddesses to their own lives
€ Empower themselves to forgive and heal from past pain and old issues
€ Chart a path to achieve goals and acknowledge hidden aspirations
€ Create rituals for soulful and spirited expression

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Incorporating Wiccan beliefs, and presenting herself as a guide, 19-year-old author Rain uses her life experiences to help fellow teen girls get in touch with their inner selves in order to find peace ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
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Welcome Clvt MTe
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Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Gwinevere Rain follows a nature-based Goddess path. She wrote her first book, Spellcraft for Teens, at the age of 16, and has contributed essays to several books including the Teen Witch Datebook.

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