The Queen's Escape, memoirs of a Lightworker by Paula Liebe
(Book 1 of The Queen's Trilogy)

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Paula Liebe is a successful Dutch businesswoman who escapes her boring corporate career and boldly moves to the Mexican Riviera Maya to study the Mayan prophesies, become a yoga teacher and start a spiritual center. Paula also escapes the pain from her childhood abuse in continued battles with her addictions. She has traveled to India to learn about the spiritual teachings of yoga. She has traveled to Brazil to study the ceremonial and shamanic use of the sacred plant medicine Ayahuasca. Now that she has found her new home in Playa del Carmen, it looks like she is able to tackle her last demons with her therapist. Continuously in search for her true love, it is clear that she needs to reveal the secret about the relationship with her business partner, a secret that holds the key to her healing process. With a raw, sexy and humorous style Paula Liebe describes her life that reads like a sensual, spiritual and adventurous novel, but is in fact a true story. The multi talented and free spirited Paula takes you on a fun and exciting rollercoaster of a read. She tells you the naked truth: sexy and powerful. She brings you to exotic countries where she reveals an amazing intellect, disclosing the true origins of the human race and a great diversity of cultural and esoteric subjects. She's a philosopher, a survivor, an enigma and a Woman of the World.
 

About Paula Liebe

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Paula Liebe (1965) was born and raised in Holland. She currently lives in Playa del Carmen, Mexico with her husband and their dog, where she dedicates herself to her singing career and teaching yoga.
 
Published April 8, 2013 327 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Travel.

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