Yvonne Perry is a spiritual coach and the author of several metaphysical books: Light Language Emerging ~ Activating Ascension Codes & Integrating Body, Soul, & Spirit (http://www.weare1inspirit.com/books-by-yvonne-perry#llepb); Walk-ins Among Us ~ Open Your Personal Portal to Cosmic Awareness (http://www.weare1inspirit.com/books-by-yvonne-perry#waopb); Whose Stuff Is This? Finding Freedom from the Thoughts, Feelings, and Energy of Those Around You (http://WhoseStuffIsThis.com); Shifting into Purer Consciousness ~ Integrating Spiritual Transformation with the Human Experience (http://shiftingintopurerconsciousness.com); More Than Meets the Eye, True Stories about Death, Dying, and Afterlife (http://deathdyingafterlife.com); and The Sid Series ~ A Collection of Holistic Stories for Children (http://TheSidSeries.com).
A Distinguished Toastmaster and workshop facilitator, Yvonne enjoys helping people discover a spiritual path of love and joy that comes from the knowledge that we are all one with our Creator.
More Than Meets the Eye: True Stories About Death, Dying and Afterlife covers many aspects of the dying and grieving process and sheds light on euthanasia, suicide, near-death experience, and spirit visits after the passing of a loved one. Find comfort and peace about the mysterious process of transitioning to the Other Side.
After being an only child for eight years, Sidney learns that he has a baby brother on the way. How does he respond to being asked to give up his room? Learn how this young boy coped with a big change. This book briefly touches upon the two miscarriages Sid's mother had.
It’s second nature to try and hide our mistakes, but rarely do things go well when we lie. Sid accidentally breaks Von-Von’s garden globe, and then tries to repair it so she won’t find out. When he cuts his finger, he learns that it is much better to tell the truth.
Do you understand your destiny or life's purpose?
In this story from The Sid Series, Sidney spends the week on the farm with Von-Von and Ran-Ran where he learns about his creative potential. He can become anything he desires when he grows up if he puts his love into it!
Someone has littered Von-Von's yard. Sidney helps clean up and turns trash into money at the recycling center. Sidney learns the value of recycling old things that he no longer needs and does a good deed for a neighbor. This book alludes to organ donation.
At the beach, Sidney encounters people who look and speak differently than he does. Von-Von affirms that even though we have different features, we are one big Earth family with the unique ability to share the gift of love with one another.
Scrap, the beloved family dog, dies in her favorite sleeping spot. The grieving family wraps her in her favorite blanket, digs a big hole in the ground, and puts her to rest. During a memorial service, young Sidney offers mature insight about death. Scrap reincarnates as a new puppy.
Sidney uses his imagination and goes into action to help his dog who has a hurt leg. Von-Von is supportive when Sid’s belief in his magical power results in a miracle. This story demonstrates natural or holistic herbal healing and child's use of magic.
Sidney and Von-Von take a trip to the beach in search of the pirate’s buried treasure. Coming up empty, they learn that real treasure must be found inside ourselves. This story teaches self-worth, self-love, and healthy self-esteem.
In this story three-year-old Sidney and his grandmother Von-Von take a kayak trip on the Banana River lagoon when a thunderstorm suddenly threatens their safety. Sidney faces his fear of storms by understanding Mother Nature.
Why eat if you are not hungry? Why stay up if you are sleepy? Sidney learns to listen to his body to know when he is hungry or sleepy and take action to care for himself. This intuitive children's story teaches moderation in eating and sleeping as well as listening to inner guidance.
Sidney and Von-Von interact with the elemental kingdom in the garden as they dance with fairies. This book teaches children to develop their ability to sense and trust their intuition. This story teaches meditation for children. http://TheSidSeries.com
Sidney encounters what he thinks is a ghost in his closet. Von-Von affirms the presence of angels and teaches him how to interact with his divine helpers and spirit guides without fear. Helps parents with children who see in the spirit to accept this mystical gift.