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Star Sister: How I Changed My Name, Grew Wings , and Learned to Trust Intuition Paperback – March 20, 2012
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"[Stella Osorojos] discovers we are far greater even than our stories about ourselves, even unto our lineage, gender, family history, race, going on to dislodge an unseen alien locust parasite confining her in a cul de sac of unceasing fear and anxiety in the course of her spiritual awakening." —Examiner.com
About the Author
Stella Osorojos is a writer and doctor of Oriental medicine. A former contributing editor for Budget Living, she has published articles in Spirituality & Health, Reality Sandwich, and other publications. She lives in Santa Fe, NM.
Top Customer Reviews
Her spectacular array of references will introduce you to some of the world's topmost authorities on spiritual awakening. Keep a highlighter handy to note of the authors that she honors as part of her own journey. However, Star Sister doesn't read like a textbook with endless quotes and citations. Stella is highly skilled at seamlessly integrating the works of those that inspired her through meaningful and life-shifting anecdotes.
Her stories will keep you riveted, awaiting the next unexplainable event of her other worldly affairs and to see whether or not she makes it to the other side of the cliff after each seemingly impossible, heart wrenching, gut turning, blind leap of intuitive self discovery. Anyone on the spiritual path will surely find her words to be both comforting and inspiring for the hard knock life of the soul traveler.
It is written in clear language, from the vantage point of a real person, not a guru living on a mountaintop, but a person like you or me, someone you could easily see living next door, or bumping into at a grocery store. You can't help but connect with her.
Through this book, she brings you along on her incredibly brave voyage into the unknown. So if you've ever looked into the abyss yourself, heart in your throat, toes curled, and wondered what it would be like to dive in, read this book because you'll get to find out what it was like for somebody who actually did.