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Dividing Worlds Paperback – May 11, 2011
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Jan Ögren is a writer, public speaker and psychotherapist. She has apprenticed with Native American teachers for over thirty years, learning to walk in both the “normal” world and in the mystical realms. She lives in Northern California with her partner and an annoyingly intelligent cat.
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In the end, Dividing Worlds is about the redemptive power of love and a path forward for those of us who are concerned with the state of the world. No matter if the power we have to change the world is globe changing or just being more conscientious about recycling, Jan shows us the way with love, good humor and hope.
Finally found a novel with this book that equals these giants in the spiritual fiction world. This book captivated me from the first page to the last. And during the journey through, I found something profound resonating within me, calling me to a greater potential within myself. How does it get better than that? I heartily recommend this book!!!!!
Miranda has the ability to hear and see the spirits that most of us cannot, and these spirits guide her on her often-frustrating journey as she juggles her relationship, her return to alcoholism, and her blossoming friendship with her idol--who also sees and hears spirits.
Jan Ogren's writing infuses the metaphysical with the fantastical, using rich imagery and complex but likeable characters. There is a depth and authenticity to her characters' that lends to the story a believability that is sometimes lacking in this genre. The story itself is easy to read and flows naturally, with language that sets the perfect tone for this kind of novel. It's the kind of book you find yourself reading more than once. If you have even an ounce of love for our planet--and great storytelling--you will love this book and its message.