Doorways and Dreamfields: A True Fairy Tale [NOOK Book]

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Every life is a fairy tale, but most of us fail to recognize the wondrous power of our story. Angi Sullins was blessed and cursed with a birth defect: the same wandering eyes that garnered teasing and torment on the playground, also allowed her to see visions of Otherwhere, while living fully in the Here and Now. Her unique vision gave rise to a belief that dreams come true and impossible things happen every day, even in the midst of tragedy. At 28 years old, a neck injury left Angi physically and emotionally ...
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Overview

Every life is a fairy tale, but most of us fail to recognize the wondrous power of our story. Angi Sullins was blessed and cursed with a birth defect: the same wandering eyes that garnered teasing and torment on the playground, also allowed her to see visions of Otherwhere, while living fully in the Here and Now. Her unique vision gave rise to a belief that dreams come true and impossible things happen every day, even in the midst of tragedy. At 28 years old, a neck injury left Angi physically and emotionally paralyzed. Her wandering eyes, once a curse, became a golden ticket from devastation to triumph. Now she shares that vision with us in the memoir Doorways and Dreamfields: A True Fairy Tale, inspiring us to remember our magical origins by learning to see truly.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781257615810
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 10/27/2011
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 835,222
  • File size: 891 KB

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  • Posted December 20, 2011

    You Will Believe You Can Fly

    Fairytales do come true, but the way to the end can be a daunting, although magical journey. Angi lets us in to her innermost thoughts and feelings, letting us know that she knows what it feels like to not fit or not be good enough or any of those "nots" that we carry around with us. By partaking of her dream of magic and myth and the pursuit of a place of inspiration to share with the world, she lets us "in", really "in". You will laugh and cry and sigh....a lot! My copy of her book is now a mess of dog-eared pages and yellow highlighted sentences. This is a book that I will buy for other people because my own copy will never be out of my possession. Angi's story is a gift! Please share it with yourself and those you care about!

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