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Above the Darkness

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Author: Sarah Morrissette

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Open your heart and conquer the impossible, Elizabeth. A small town pre-teen girl with a big heart and big brain takes on not only her large dysfunctional family but also other evils in the world. But, she doesn't do it alone! She has the help of her guides to teach her the ways of the universe and push her to her full potential. Discover the mysteries of the world and what life has to offer in this moving, uplifting story as you travel with Elizabeth to different dimensions that are full of wisdom, mystery, fun, adventure and even terror! Immerse yourself in Elizabeth’s world and let her be your spirit guide on your journey of self transformation as you learn to: connect to the beauty around and appreciate the beauty. Be true to who you are and follow your heart.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sarah Morrissette

Growing up in a Canadian small town and being privileged enough to be surrounded by nature made the difficult times much easier My best and most peaceful memories were ones where I was climbing trees swimming in the bay or interacting with animals Acquiring the spiritual knowledge of the Native culture through my mother and a welcoming community gave me the strength of spirit to press on and the ability to appreciate the beauty and gifts the universe provided me Being a part of a large family that was eventually separated due to divorce impacted my life in a significant way Some of the challenges I experienced as consequences of this situation were being separated from half of my family and living with a single mom who was ill This led me to grow up very fast and I took on many responsibilities such as looking after my younger sister A difficult background and a natural inquiring mind lead me to achieve a B A in psychology with a minor in English language and literature Taking psychology not only helped my healing but also facilitated my other passion helping others especially children in need My mother always liked to tell people that when I was little I would watch World Vision and ask her to pray during Native ceremonies for those children that had much less than I did Now after witnessing the negative impact childhood trauma can have on an individual s future I want to take even more effective action to halt the cycle of abuse From working with children in a not-for-profit organization to volunteering for Children s Aid to now being an energy therapist and the founder of Peace Alive I believe that there is great potential for healing whether that be from the influence of

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