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Bedtime Stories For Your Inner Child

Remember the wonder that it was to discover the world through books as a child? These very short books look like children's books, with big pictures and text that invites you to read it out loud. A collection of 3 whimsical fables which you can download separately.


This whimsical parable makes a deep point in a deceptively simple manner.

A whimsical fable, featuring a cat who feels stuck inside a box... and how she gets unstuck.



A gentle story about life, and the impermanence and beauty of Now. Readable on any computer or tablet

Praise for Scissors:

" I left with a smile - lovely and fun - superb graphics. Well done!"
- Terrence Real, author of I Don't Want To Talk About It and How Can I Get Through to You?

"This fable cuts to the core of what we all face from first breath to the grave: Who am I?"
- Albert Clayton Gaulden, author of Signs and Wonders and You're Not Who You Think You Are

Praise for The Cat & The Box

"I have been feeling the constraints of my holding back pattern, walking around inside my self made box, for some time now... Something spontaneously opened and broke free when I read your book, being simultaneously charmed by the sweetness of the cat and the subtle play of light on her fur, her so at-selfness in her catness, all of that moved me to a place of self awareness about my self imposed box. This has continued opening up in, what may look subtle and imperceptible to the outsider, feels dramatically different on the inside... My box is over there somewhere. I can look at it and become familiar with it now, for until last month, it was just an uncomfortable feeling and not really knowing the dynamics of it."

-Karen Whalen, Ph.D., co-author (with Kevin McEvenue) of the forthcoming Participatory Spirituality: Wholebody Focusing, Consciousness, and the Living Body

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