Seven Sisters by Laine Cunningham
Spiritual Messages from Aboriginal Australia

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According to Australia's ancient cultures, all creatures and things emerged from the Dreamtime. The Dreaming is not just a collection of lore or a long-ago time; it is a living energy that flows constantly through the universe. It is then and now, divine and human, spirit and law. Because the energy is as vibrant today as ever, these ancient stories show us how to survive in a harsh world and how to thrive in our souls. Each Aboriginal story in this collection is enhanced with an essay from Spiritual Messenger Laine Cunningham. Our modern perspectives on love and friendship, illness and joy, life and the afterlife can be enriched with this ancient knowledge. Open this book and take your own journey through the eternal Dreamtime. Along the way, you will discover that the ancient connection to god/goddess/the divine still resonates in your soul. You will discover your own truth.

About Laine Cunningham

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Laine Cunningham's work has won multiple national awards, including the Hackney Literary Award and the James Jones Literary Society fellowship. In past years, the Hackney Award was received by Horton Foote and William Styron, placing Laine in the ranks of Pulitzer Prize-winning authors. She has also received fellowships and residency slots from the Jerome Foundation, the Vermont Studio Center, the New York Mills Cultural Center, Wildacres and the Cornucopia Arts Center. Her most recent novel, He Drinks Poison, follows a female FBI agent who must access the dark power of the goddess Kali in order to bring down a serial killer. The book was shortlisted for the Pirate's Alley William Faulkner award. Her first novel, Message Stick, touches on social tensions between Aboriginal and mainstream cultures in Australia. The work was hailed as "The best novel in ten years" by the Hackney awards committee. A companion book, Seven Sisters: Spiritual Messages from Aboriginal Australia, is also available. The work retells Aboriginal stories in a way that helps modern people address age-old issues of love, parenting, illness and death. To support her writing habit, Laine owns a publishing consultancy called Writer's Resource. For twenty years she has helped other authors write, rewrite and pitch their books to publishers. More information is available at and
Published September 7, 2012 by Sun Dogs Creations. 108 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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