Trined in Twilight

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Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2000 - Philosophy - 237 pages
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The ancient legend of Child/Mother/Crone, handed down from the matriarchs of old, represents the three aspects of the feminine consciousness. The child symbolizes innocence. The Mother symbolizes the "nurturing" nature in all women. the Crone represents the wisdom of the elder within. Every woman possesses this beautiful and fulfilling "trined" nature.

What if two of these unique aspects of the feminine consciousness could separately manifest and communicate with one another? What would the Child and Crone have to say to each other? What secrets would they share?

Trined in Twilight is the story of "Little Self," a precocious six-year-old girl who ventures into the woods at twilight to discover "Granny's" cottage and spends a day filled with mystical wonderment.

The interaction between the wise old woman and the child full of wonder captures the sublime emotion we experience when looking into the eyes of a loved one and seeing the reflected essence of ourselves.

Hundreds of thousands of readers remember Mary Summer Rain's Spirit Song as a timeless classic. Now, Mary rekindles that very same light and joy of magical adventure and spiritual discovery in Trined in Twilight, a profound reading experience that will be warmly remembered for years.

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Mary Summer Rain is the author of more than twenty books. She is best known for her works of Native American "memoirs" and "visionary fiction." She lives near Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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