Ephemerine Tree

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The eternal connection between a butterfly-like being from a higher dimension and various incarnate parts of herself in the Density Domain is the binding force in the quest to steer planet Artea into a positive future probability. More

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About Mirti Venyon Reiyas

Mirti Venyon Reiyas is one part of a larger Consciousness Being, and in her particular incarnation has manifested talents in teaching, writing and gardening. Mirti chose an open-minded artistic family in South Africa to take birth in, and also obtained a degree in teaching in South Africa, at the University of Pretoria, with English Literature as one of her major subjects. Presently she co-exists with her husband, kids, pets, trees and a host of other beings in a peaceful place in the Earth domain. She has travelled extensively in this domain, and lived in India for six years, in pursuit of mysticism, alternative healing, environmentalism, and a spiritual lifestyle. She has met with numerous probable selves, and writes stories whilst in connection with her Higher Inner Being and other selves. Writing is her favourite way of co-creating with the universe.
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Carol Holland March reviewed on Sep. 3, 2012

A light-hearted romp through the spiritual worlds of the Ephemerine Realm, the planet Artea and yes, planet Earth, The Ephemerine Tree follows the adventures of Rainyun, a charming young being who has with multi-dimensional awareness and amazing healing abilities as she enlists of aid of Eda and Matt on a quest to re-align the planet Artea into a more positive future probability.

Along the way, we learn about higher selves, healing chambers, singing bowls, and dancing fairies, and how much more complex is the universe in which we live as the three adventurers overcome obstacles in their efforts to complete their mission.

Recommended for teen-age readers interested in a positive spirituality, metaphysics, and for anyone who has ever wondered how many selves we actually have.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
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