A Multi-Dimensional Experience
About the Book
Wind: A Multi-Dimensional Experience is a nonfiction spiritual journey that culminates in an altruistic message for all of humankind. A hopeful story of healing and self-discovery, Lorene Pulles’s memoir details her spiritual awakening as a medium and healer. Possessing a unique shape-shifting ability, in addition to other supernatural gifts, Lorene introduces the reader to Wind, the spirit guide who mentored Lorene through a spiritual coming-of-age. But Wind is more than just one woman’s story of spiritual encounters and revelations; it is also a relatable account of overcoming fear and self-doubt. With a strong Christian influence and working in the rigid field of corrections, Lorene endures much criticism and uncertainty. Through learning and acceptance, she is able to realize her purpose and how she can use her spiritual gifts to incur global benefits. Lorene’s story is for anyone who has ever struggled with self-acceptance; it is for anyone who has ever wondered, “Who am I, and why am I here?” CONNECT ONLINE www.wind-books.com
About the Author
Lorene Pulles is a healer, physical medium, spiritual teacher, author, prophet, and certified clinical hypnotherapist. With her diverse background in metaphysics, meditation, Reiki, spiritual development, and counseling, Lorene writes about spiritual self-discovery and the global benefits to personal healing. Wind: A Multi-Dimensional Experience is Lorene’s first book. She is currently working on a sequel. With her authentic and natural gift of empowering people to manifest their dreams and achieve success, Lorene has touched many lives. She combines positive and traditional approaches to healing. Lorene is a devoted advocate of human rights, especially involving children and youth. She has twenty-five years of experience in the human services field, along with careers in the criminal justice system. Presently, Lorene is the executive director of a community family centre. She holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Regina. Lorene and her husband, Fred Pulles, have received extensive facilitation training and have been teaching and counseling as a team for the past twelve years. They reside in Quesnel, British Columbia.