C.A. Starfire has been exploring the metaphysical and spiritual all her life, beginning with several out of body experiences as a small child, then learning Transcendental Meditation as a pre-teen, alpha brainwave programming in her mid teens, and energy work and self-guided meditation and visualisation in her late teens. She began doing readings and guided visualisations for friends, family, and coworkers as a young adult.
Having been partially raised by her maternal grandmother who enjoyed saying, "You can call me anything, just don't call me late for dinner!", she cheerfully answers to Chris, Carys, Cats, Starfire, and quite a few nicknames.
Housebound due to disabling chronic illness, she enjoys spending time with her husband and cats, "seeing" her friends and family online, and writing.
In 2009 she found was again able to do intuitive and psychic readings and opened Starfire Studio.
Her hobbies include reading, organic gardening, herbalism, digital painting, knitting, felting, photography, cat-herding, and rainbow collecting.
She lives in a funny cattycorner-shaped cottage on 20 acres in the Lorane Wine Valley with her husband and nine house cats. They share the acreage with Luna, a Maine Coon cat who shuns houses, deer, wild turkeys, rabbits, hawks, owls, snakes, lizards, and many other sorts of wildlife. The land is covered in Douglas fir, Oregon white oak, apple trees, crab apple trees, grapes, medlars, blackberries, wild roses, and an abundance of herbs and wild plants.
Her first book, "Visits From Beyond: True Stories of After Death Encounters", was published in June 2012, and her second, "Angelic Encounters: True Stories of Angelic Protection, Assistance, and Comfort", was published August 2012. Both are available at better e-book retailers everywhere.
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Visits From Beyond: True Stories of After Death Encounters
by C.A. Starfire
An inspiring collection of true after death encounters ranging from poignant to funny to heartwarming. Submitted by ordinary people who experienced something extraordinary, they remind us that we're more than our physical bodies and that our loved ones still love us after death.
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