This string of vignettes brings life to Liv, who thinks she is flawed from birth. Although she has endured a life of hard knocks and despite the odds she faced, she has a strong will to continue to live. Guided by her own creative curiosity, she finds a cathartic release through writing and yoga. Along the way on her trip, she meets a Hindu deity; her twin flame, whom she hasn’t seen in eons; and some thugs.
On her nonattachment journey, after each tragedy she endures, Liv goes against the grain and loses friends and family not only physically and spiritually. She feels she has already lived many lives during her thirty-five-year-old time frame.
The author adds her own knowledge of psychology, street smarts, and spirituality to weave together an enticing, comical, intense collection of short stories. The author shows that no matter how flawed you are, applying self-realization and self-reflection to your life will help liberate you.
Additionally, she raises questions regarding reincarnation, changing DNA structure through yoga, and the authenticity of human relationships—all while using colloquial language. She also touches on the narcissistic family dynamic and prompts the question “Who is the real victim in any relationship dynamic?