asxasSavannah begins her sacred walk with Ratiffa (Ra-teef-a), ‘a Wise Old Sage’ who lives in the woods at a magical homestead in the Temperate Rainforest. Through meditation, visualization and ‘soul flying’ she discovers an Alternate, Parallel World that is beyond anything she could have ever dreamed and finds the peace, love, harmony, joy and purpose she has been so desperately seeking all of her life. Journey along with her on this awakening, mystical odyssey to the “Enchanted Forest” and meet the most amazing, phenomenal and celestial characters along the way. Some you will know, some you haven’t met yet. In doing so, you may be in for a surprise or two and you just might discover yourself along this illuminative path to enlightenment.

Hold onto your hats, it’s going to be an extraordinary, evolutionary, exhilarating and eye opening experience!

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About the Author

Author and Rev. Sue E Girard is a New Thought Metaphysician, Interfaith Minister, Priestess, and Empath who grew up and lives in the Pacific Northwest in Coast Salish Territory with the Squamish Nation and the Shishalh First Nations. She is a Lightworker, a Peacekeeper, an Environmentalist, a Humanitarian, and a Spiritual Intuitive.

She lives the philosophy of peace, love, joy and harmony with nature in her daily life.Sue surrounds herself with family and friends and routinely practices her Spiritual walk within her Community, sharing her magical, mystical energy with whomever she meets.She and her little rescue dog ‘Becca Marie’ go for their regular walks in the Temperate Rainforest and cherish their life in the Pacific Northwest.

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  1. My Review of Susan Girard’s In the Light of the Full Cold Moon
    Read April 18 2017

    A nice, slow read which follows a woman on her personal and spiritual journey. During the course of her experience, she visits a special place and talks over a wide range of topics with many enlightened individuals. She also learns how to live better with the Earth, to give back instead of taking, and to be a little more self sufficient. I would have liked the characters to be more defined and a final run-through with editing. Otherwise the book was peaceful and pleasant.

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