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Circles of Stone

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A mysterious letter from a Peruvian woman arrives just as surpermodel Natalia is leaving her Scottsdale, AZ hotel for a few solitary days at her Santa Monica, CA, condo. One sentence in the letter nags at her: "I believe I know your mother, your real mother." Why should Natalia care? She has never given high priority to learning the details of her entrance into the world. Natalia detours from her itinerary, heading toward Flagstaff and finds herself at El Retiro, a Sedona retreat center, where she meets Fr. Gregory Martindale. Confiding in this unusual spiritual guide, she tells him about the letter. With Fr. Martindale's encouragement, Natalia embarks on a sojourn of body and soul, beginning with a meditation walk on the retreat center's outdoor labyrinth. This pattern of concentric circles of stone becomes a metaphor for her search for truth and a more authentic life. In the weeks that follow, Natalia's odyssey leads to discovery of shocking family secrets and,... More > subsequently, to life-changing decisions.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Second Edition
Published
November 14, 2011
Language
English
Pages
272
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.69 MB

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