Walk to Where the Butterflies Are by Laurel Gillis

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Walk to Where the Butterflies Are describes the path of a remarkable journey that, once begun, would forevermore unite two earthbound friends and a committee of nonplanetary beings. In 1984, when doctors first told Joy Allyn Jones she had leukemia, her cry for help was heard beyond the normal limits of communication. For seven years she received messages pertaining to physical, emotional and spiritual healing that were channeled from a nonplanetary source through her friend, Rodney Andrus McKeever. Referred to as "sharings", the messages are rich with figurative language outlining recipes for healing and self-improvement and touching upon the topic of life beyond the planetary experience. Joy's own sensitive journal entries blend seamlessly with the informative sharings of her wise, but humorous, nonplanetary teachers, giving the reader a glimpse of her difficult, yet exhilarating struggle to live life to its fullest in the shadow of cancer. Although both Joy and Rodney have since transitioned into their own nonplanetary experiences, the messages contained in this journal live on as a source of beauty and hope for the earthbound traveler.

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Published January 29, 2001 by iUniverse. 424 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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