"I find her in one of those airport chairs all in a row, her feet dangling over the edge of the 1970s orange plastic. She wears a flowered dress made by her grandmother with an envelope... More > safety-pinned to the shoulder. She is six years old. Put on the plane in Peoria by her mother, she waits alone in Chicago for the plane to LA to visit her father. I sit down next to her. I tell her she doesn't have to be afraid and alone anymore, she has me. I pick up my child self and hold her. In my body, resting on the bodywork table, I sob uncontrollably."
CrowHeart is an invitation inside the mind and heart of a woman who learns to heal her woundedness. Through craniosacral therapy and spiritual guidance, Keelin gradually heals from depression, migraines, and life-limiting anxiety, by consciously moving back into her body. In a clear and honest memoir, she takes the reader on a journey from an existence controlled by pain and fear, to a life lived in peace, hope, and creativity.< Less