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Book Tour

Time: December 11, 2009 at 7pm to December 13, 2009 at 7pm
Location: Portland area
Phone: 541-482-2211
Event Type: booksigning, tour
Organized By: Shellee
Latest Activity: Dec 11, 2009

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Event Description

Friday, December 11th 7 – 8pm at The Wishing Well 13898 NE 28th St, Ste 104/105 Vancouver, WA

Saturday, December 12th 2 – 3pm at Healing Waters & Sacred Spaces 2426 NE Broadway, Portland, ORB

Sunday, December 13th 2 – 3pm at Spirit Feathers Healing Center and Boutique 7704 SE 13th, Portland

(east coast tour coming in Feb/Mar 2010)

Suffering ~ A Path of Awakening
a powerful book of hope and liberation by Shellee Rae

The subtitle of Shellee Rae's deceptively short, plain-talking memoir gives a vroom! that hints at the horsepower under its storytelling hood:

Dissolving the Pain of Incest, Abuse, Addiction and Depression

That's quite a claim. To find out how it actually happened for her, you've got to read this astounding little book.

Published just this May, Shellee's book already is developing a life of its own. The glowing, grateful reviews on Amazon.com keep multiplying -- including one from her own mother, whose troubles are part of the true, unflinching story.

I'd like to see this book go as far as it can in the world -- lifting great numbers of suffering people into true hope and real willingness to heal, grow, and maybe even awaken.

Brava, Shellee Rae! Congratulations, and may this book enjoy amazing success and open the hearts and change the lives of countless grateful readers! ~ Saniel Bonder, founder Waking Down in Mutuality, author Healing the Spirit Matter Split, and Great Relief
This now world-wide and inspiring little book is for anyone who has longed for more in their life, has been (or is) lost to their purpose, struggled on different spiritual paths or experienced suffering, abuse or addiction at any level.

Private sessions with author available after the event:

Wherever you are in your process, receiving support and guidance is so very beneficial. Let’s talk. What’s up in your life? What’s your edge? Are you seeking anything? Are you wanting emotional or spiritual support? Where are you in your process of awakening? Come with an open heart to receive guidance, support, transmission and pure Love from an awakened heart. Together we create a sacred space where all of you is welcomed, loved and held.

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