Survivor: The Phoenix Spring

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These poetic cries of an agonized re-birthing are poignant poems that reveal the author’s soul as she courageously shares her highly personal account of the wounding & healing inherent in every tragedy. The devastating stroke of her bridegroom of only six weeks initiated a process of intense grief, letting go, allowing, accepting, confronting and eventual healing. More

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About Barbara Snow

Barbara (Barbe) Snow is a shamanic practitioner, teacher and writer. She has been named both Oracle and StoryMaker in sacred community. She carries the Inka lineage of healing traditions integrated with Ipsalu Tantra Kriya Yoga, Buddhism, Native American and Ascension teachings. She is an hospice Chaplain who served at Kaiser Permanente in Walnut Creek, CA. She taught shamanism in the San Francisco Bay Area of California and since 2008 in the Denver, Colorado, area. She currently teaches Shamanism for Modern Life and Soul Retrieval for Wholeness at Colorado Free University and holds teaching circles, ceremonies, and healing sessions at her home in the mountains SW of Denver, CO.

Barbe is a writer and poet, author of the newly released Survivor: The Phoenix Spring, Previous works include The Sudden Caregiver: Surrendering to Enlightenment and Inside Out: The Songs and Sighs of a Healing Human as well as numerous essays, poems and stories that have appeared in Evolving Woman, The Beachwood Voice, InPosse Review, and Neworld Review. Her latest book of poetry, The Phoenix Spring, companion to The Sudden Caregiver, will be released Spring 2012.

As an Emergence Midwife, she regularly creates unique experiences to help you empower your authentic self. She is a gifted storyteller, speaker and performer. Barbe’s Bucket List Brigade Travel Club is a supportive structure for adventures to pull you out of your box into greater joy.

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Review by: Iris Barratt on May 29, 2013 :
A truly inpsiring poetic work from the heart of a spellbinding author. She demonstrates the power of the human spirit to move into healing, health and wholeness regardless of one's challenges. An excellent collection of poems that capture exquisite and sometimes excruciating moments in a heart-filled journey. I was stunned by their beauty and touched by their courage. Most importantly, I could see similar moments in my own life with fresh eyes.

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