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Trusting the Currents

Trusting the Currents
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Lynnda Pollio


Fiction, Women, Body / Mind and Spirit

Lynnda Pollio


Book Description

This is a challenging book to explain as it needs to be experienced. Trusting the Currents is a multi-award winning visionary novel that guides readers into their own truth and transformation. Narrated by Addie Mae Aubrey, a Southern, African American woman, Trusting the Currents is a universal story of courage, forgiveness and the uneasy search for one’s place in life. There are three levels to the book: the coming of age story of Addie Mae's teenage years in the late 1930s rural South, universal life messages woven throughout the story, and high energetic frequencies embedded in the writing that bring the reader into their own story. Addie Mae reveals how life blossoms when we have the courage to not only accept but also learn from our mistakes and sorrows. Her story may belong to one woman, but the lessons it teaches belong to everyone willing to open their hearts and listen to the truth within their souls.

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