SACRED WOMAN

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BalboaPress, Mar 9, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Sacred Woman
Guiding light on an eternal journey,
Of this world, yet spirit-filled.
Dancing to the Earth’s rich rhythms,
Divine celebration of celestial love.
Enlightened Master - teacher to all,
Seeker of immortal truths.
Sacred, the Woman who dwells within me.

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How can a woman overcome seemingly insurmountable adversity and discover her authentic self? Author Cynthia E. Kazalia delivers a compelling work infused with the wisdom of the ages. In this fictional tale, you journey with Adanya in her quest for an elusive goddess as well as the treasure which is our heroine’s divine birthright. Our seeker explores the dark arts, exotic, faraway lands, and the arms of a captivating mortal. Who is her father, her sacred mother?

This timeless story empowers every reader from teen to college student to middle-aged mother and beyond. If you or someone you love faces life’s challenges – loss, pain, abuse, divorce, illness, anxiety, self-esteem - this book speaks directly to you. It outlines the twelve (12) Sacred Woman principles, spiritual truths that transform lives. You’ll explore your own inner voice as well as how to accept, forgive, and move forward into your life. Listen to the inner whisper of your soul. Embrace the Divine that dwells within. It speaks the truth. You journey connected to the power of the Universe.

There is a better way. Like Adanya, you can overcome hardship and walk with greater awareness, increased vibrancy. The time is now. Rise up and meet your destiny!

 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
7
Section 3
11
Section 4
17
Section 5
23
Section 6
27
Section 7
29
Section 8
35
Section 23
99
Section 24
103
Section 25
109
Section 26
113
Section 27
117
Section 28
125
Section 29
133
Section 30
137

Section 9
41
Section 10
45
Section 11
49
Section 12
53
Section 13
59
Section 14
63
Section 15
67
Section 16
75
Section 17
79
Section 18
83
Section 19
85
Section 20
89
Section 21
93
Section 22
95
Section 31
143
Section 32
149
Section 33
155
Section 34
161
Section 35
167
Section 36
171
Section 37
179
Section 38
183
Section 39
191
Section 40
197
Section 41
201
Section 42
213
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About the author (2011)

Cynthia E. Kazalia, a former newspaper columnist, graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. She empowers women, through transformative workshops and private consultation, to achieve personal as well as professional goals. Kazalia lives in Grove City, Ohio with her husband, John.

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