Solar by Lloyd Matthew Thompson
(Energy Anthology)

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Also available:  ROOT (Energy Anthology, Book 1)
SACRAL (Energy Anthology, Book 2)

--With a near hysterical laughter, Eva curled her body and rolled to her side, hugging the cold stone beneath her as best she could. Images flooded her mind, the places she'd been, the things she'd seen.

The bodies she'd been in...

SOLAR is a story of power struggles, both inner and outer, as well as a tale of empowerment, destiny, and the redemption of the Self.

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The Energy Anthology is a series of separate yet connected stories, each illustrating the seven different energy centers within our bodies-- our chakras.

The Solar Plexus Chakra processes our life force energies, as well as our sense of free will, purpose and destiny, and deals with our issues of controlling and being controlled.

About Lloyd Matthew Thompson

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Lloyd Matthew Thompson was raised in a strict religious household, the oldest of nine children. He has since explored, experienced, and been shaped by many other pathways, including Buddhism, Shamanism, Paganism, and New Age. Whether writing, painting, drawing or teaching, reflections of all these can be found in his work. He has written for various metaphysical and holistic blogs and magazines, both locally and globally. He is the author of THE GALAXY HEALER'S GUIDE, and is presently working on a fiction series based on the chakras entitled The Energy Anthology-- of which the first three books, ROOT, SACRAL and SOLAR are now available-- and his next nonfiction work, entitled LIGHTWORKER: A CALL TO AUTHENTICITY. His future plans include many other stories, nonfiction, and a series based on the Tarot. Lloyd currently lives in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, with his wife, triplets, daughter who thinks she is a cat, and cat who thinks she is a daughter.
Published May 15, 2013 by Starfield Press. 102 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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