DANCING IN THE SHADOWS OF THE MOON
by Machaelle Small Wright
Dancing is the adult version of
the Harry Potter books – only Dancing is non-fiction.
It examines our perceptions of life, death
Dancing is an autobiography that picks up where Behaving left off. It presents a journey that takes you through Machaelle's steps leading you to important insights about your life and where you’re going.
Dancing is a book about expansion – not the ordinary, day-to-day expansion we all experience as a result of our getting out of bed and facing the day. Dancing is about big expansion – the kind that knocks the breath out of us, disorients us, makes us question our sanity. It's the kind of expansion that challenges us to let go of the reality we have always known – and grown to trust – in order to move into a completely new reality that we previously did not know existed.
Dancing reminds us that we are not moving through today’s challenges alone, that wonderful options for moving forward are right in front of us and that death is not an end to anything.
Dancing gives us new ways of seeing – including how we see the present state of the world. In turn, we are put more at ease, we are strengthened and we can function.
Dancing in the Shadows of the Moon and The Mount Shasta Mission are an excellent combination.
Each expands on the information covered in the other book.
Paperback , 552 pages
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