A Place of Light

A Place of Light

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John was a forestry worker responsible for looking after protected forests. His job was to make sure people weren't cutting trees down or stealing precious plants and endangering the forest's ecosystems.



But today he was on holiday getting a much deserved rest, and he knew no better place to rest than in the forest which he loved so much. Lisa also loved nature, and they both wanted their baby daughter to love nature as much as they did.



On the drive to their campsite a couple days before, the little family had stopped at a local shop to look at some antiques. There were some beautiful pendant necklaces said to protect whoever wore them. In the spirit of fun, John bought one each for his wife and baby. Although the chain was much too long for one so small, John had immediately fastened one of the pendants around the baby's neck. Instead of wearing hers, Lisa had fastened her necklace to the wrist strap attached to her camera.



They lived only a short drive from this forest, but they wanted to explore parts of it at their leisure-something John couldn't do with his family when he was working. Today they were going to hike to the top of the mountain near their camp. They readied their supplies and put the baby into a backpack on John's back. They put out the fire from the night before and headed off on their hike, leaving some of their gear at the campsite. They knew no one else would be in the forest at this time of year and their campsite would be safe.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 185 pages
  • 148.08 x 210.06 x 11.43mm | 263.08g
  • Cherrybrook, NSW, Australia
  • English
  • 1922238465
  • 9781922238467

About Monica Warcon

When Monica was a child she had imaginary friends and she thought everyone could see them. As she got older Monica was told that no one else could see her friends. When she grew up and was on her own spiritual journey she found that it was quite common for children to have imaginary friends. So she got out there and found out what all this was about.



Monica did healing work on people and found that they still had their imaginary friends with them. But she knew that they were their family that had crossed over. She also found that a lot of children of all ages could see them but were frightened by them. She leant the valuable properties of crystals and how to use them in her healing work. Learning about the past and our future is exciting and she is happy to share her knowledge with others which she regularly does. So in writing her book as an adventure, she hopes she can help children go out and explore the possibilities that are in our world. Don't be frightened, Monica says, of your abilities ... find someone who can teach you their knowledge.
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