Five Pines

A Journey of the Soul

by J. Heather Cross


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/5/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 678
ISBN : 9781504329378
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 678
ISBN : 9781504329392
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 678
ISBN : 9781504329385

About the Book

Imagine what your world would be like if you could see the hidden events of other people’s experiences as easily as you recall your own. Imagine being able to remember past lives with people you’ve just met. Imagine being able to feel their emotions, hear every unkind thought, feel every moment of deceit, know every lie… Imagine being able to perceive the swirling energies of life as powerfully as a physical blow, yet be able to heal others with a focused touch.

Imagine how it could consume you. How easily this double-edged ‘gift’ of sensitivity could shape you; disrupting friendships and alienating lovers; turning you inwards to seek a fragile balance.

Imagine how difficult it could be. How lonely. How dark.

Now imagine falling in love in a tumultuous chaos of wealth, poverty, Spiritual purity, magic, life, death, betrayal and corporate intrigue, nestled in the heart of a Native American family on the South Dakota prairie. Imagine hot nights of wildly transformational sex, where spirit and body seek union with a total disregard for social convention; knowing only the blinding, carnal need to reach for more…

A life-altering account of love, metaphysical wisdom, transformation and loss based on the true life experiences of one such woman.

Five Pines.


About the Author

J. Heather Cross was born a full-blown empathic psychic; which, she says, “sounds far more enviable than it lives.” While others sought to learn to turn their skills, “on,” she trained for years to turn hers off. A clairvoyant counselor, meditation teacher, crystal and energy healer for thirty years, in Five Pines she has finally conceded to her students’ demands that she “write some of this wacky stuff down.”