Rev. Cirra Turpin founded the Cirra’s Cloud Non Profit Organization in June of 2009 to assist family members of deployed military personnel. In 2011, programs and services for soldiers suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and emotional trauma were implemented.
Cirra’s dedication to service men, women, and their families came after serving alongside them in the Army for over nine years. Her background includes, Army Military Police Sergeant, Recruiting and Civilian Police.
In addition to operating the Non Profit, Cirra is a minister with L.O.V.E aLigning Our uniVersal onEness Ministry. She is the Creator of One Love Therapy Natural Products, and has also published several Ebooks for childrens’ wellness.
As a student attending the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, Cirra will graduate in 2012 with an Associate of Applied Science. Her specialties include Reiki, Life & Spiritual Coaching, Massage, Hypnotherapy, Spa Treatments, and Spiritual Studies (Ordained Ministry).
Bringing real life experience together with her Holistic Health Care education, Cirra is able to provide unique treatment and coaching to our Armed Forces, their families, and the community in which she lives.
This children's book is based on guided imagery and by changing the thoughts in the mind, it possible to change the body. This book is designed to help children with illness, pain, discomfort, hurt, sickness, and etc.
This is an ideal book for children with a loved one serving in the military. The book tells the story of a Teddy Bear named Cuddles who travels overseas in search of his military hero. It tells of his journey, the people he meets, and of the reunion with his special hero. He then brings back all of the love from his hero to the child waiting back home.
This is an ideal book for children with a loved one serving in the military. The book tells the story of a Teddy Bear named Cuddles who travels to Iraq in search of his soldier. It tells of his journey to Iraq, the people he meets, and of the reunion with his soldier. He then brings back all of the love from the soldier to the child waiting back home.
Smashwords Style Guide
on Jan. 14, 2012
So, after failing to upload my eBook on my own, I read the Smashwords Style Guide. Should have started out this way, it really made life easier! One thing I would like to see added: I had trouble finding my hidden text boxes. The easiest way, for me, was to view my document as a web layout. It popped right up. Thank you again for created this book and for making it so easy to follow!