Birth - Sacrifice and Superstition...
A spiritual adventure where traditional customs confront personal desire and how the birth of twins in a Ndebele tribal community, in South Africa, leads to both a spiritual awakening and a questioning of ones own beliefs.
In the deep crevices of her cave Mthisa, the witchdoctor agrees to help the Spirit People rescue the rejected twin and raise him in their ways. Until the day he is ready to return to his village, As chief.
Now fraught with the meaning of life, can Mandla convince his Ndebele people that God does not exist?
|Publisher:||Tenth Street Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)|
About the Author
Meeka O'Brien was born in South Africa during the turmoil of the apartheid era. Even at a young age she instinctively knew that she wanted to be a healer. She wanted to take away hurt and soothe troubled souls. Only today does she appreciate the enormous role her parents played in the long journey she undertook to achieve her goals.
She is blessed with two wonderful sons. "We always think that we are supposed to teach our children. Yet, I have learned more from them than they will ever know."
After immigrating to New Zealand she met the love and light of her life. Sharing with him such true happiness and deep love, that it leaves her breathless.
She is qualified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Spiritual Healer, Karuna Reiki Master and Herbalist. However, her biggest passion has always been writing.
"I love the way ideas and thoughts can be transformed into words than can change and influence people's lives.
I am no different to anyone else though. My life has had its fair share of highs, lows and regrets. What those events are is not important. What is important is that everything that happened was the perfect experience for me. It helped me be the person I am today.
If I have made a difference in just one person's life than my dreams have come true."