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Tree Spirited Woman Embark on a personal journey of spiritual awakening and life enrichment as you discover Tree Spirited Woman's uniue perspective on lessons for life Written as a narrative Tree Spirited Woman takes you through one woman's intimate transformation from the death of her maternal grandmother to the establishment of a new and guiding friendship with a wise and mystical woman With Tree Spirited Woman as her guide she learns to let go and trust in love personal relationships and ultimately death Tree Spirited Woman will provide each reader with an abundant opportunity to grow alongside the book's main character Simple philosophies for living flow through each of the chapters This is a book that can be read and reread with deeper understanding and personal awakening culled from each visit to its pages


About the Author: Colleen Baldrica

Colleen Baldrica began her spiritual journey as a child Inspired by the teachings of her Native American grandmother she carried that wisdom forth into her career as an adult With a Masters degree in Counseling and a PhD in the Philosophy of Education she worked in public education for 28 years As the author of Tree Spirited Woman Beavers Pond Press 2006 ISBN 1 59298 144 5 she has begun



10 thoughts on “Tree Spirited Woman

  1. Beth Ann Beth Ann says:

    A wonderful little book filled with big thoughts about life The final message of the book from Tree Spirited Woman In your life find and experience joy each day; that will be your gift to others


  2. Wendy Hawkins Wendy Hawkins says:

    This is a short read It has 13 topics that women deal with in life Pretty simplistic Mostly things you would already think or know Just reaffirming Told in a story form An Native American woman talks to a younger woman that is chosen to share her thoughts with on these 13 subjects


  3. Laura (booksnob) Laura (booksnob) says:

    This book is so good It's a self published book and a lot of people wrongly dismiss self published books as not being good enough to read and this book defies that with every page It's a delightful short read of 13 chapters about life topics It's inspirational and a type of book that once you read it you will want to share with all of your friends


  4. Jodi Jodi says:

    A wonderful gift from my friend this little book is filled with thought provoking lessons and perspectives for life It is a simple and gentle reminder to find and experience joy each day


  5. Quinn Quinn says:

    Spoiler Free Review 15 StarsI felt a calling to pick this book up when I saw it but I just have to say it wasn't for me Each chapter was a lesson and I can see if someone did not know these things it would be helpfulBut going into this every lesson seemed like you could look up a video on mindfulness and get a better worded idea on each It probably didn't hit me the way it could have for others since I already discovered these ideas already I expected the main character to be relatable but the and I learned about her the I felt distant The old woman was a joy to read about and I know her only job of this book was to be a knowledge source but I wish I knew about her Also I knew this was a spiritual book but I didn't expect there to be references to a God since you can be spiritual without any God or Deity The writing was a little choppy too just not for me


  6. Sue Sue says:

    A spiritual read that will leave you considering how you could look at life's challenging moments with a bit grace and a lot less negativity stress and bias The author's encounters with the Tree Spirited Woman were delightfully peaceful and respectful It was a joy to read each differently themed conversation I have to admit disappointment with the author's journal entries after each meeting with the Tree Spirited Woman I just didn't find many of those entries very thoughtful or with the kind of depth that I would have expected after her rich experiences She was kind of a dumb bunny shallow I guess I was hoping for deeper insight and perspective from the author


  7. Emily Emily says:

    25 starsI liked some of the ideas in this the mindfulness and listening as a gift for example But I didn't love the way it was written The dialogue between the two women didn't sound natural and that's a big chunk of the book


  8. Shannon D& Shannon D& says:

    I bought this book for my Mom sister and I to do a book study with and it was wonderful I wish I had been able to meet the author that was selling her book at a boutiue that I was also involved in Once I picked the book up I knew I had to read it and share it with those I love I love that the lessons were ones actually learned and then shared through this book I loved how it encompassed different people's experiences based on a life lived and one that was beginning to live the teachings As a therapist I felt that it touched on items that many women have uestions about as we get older and find our place in this world but just don't know who or where to ask I would recommend this book to women that are coming into an age of wanting to truly live and understand their worlds that they are living in; whether it be to face the world they have created and want to change it or are working on making the world they do live in better


  9. Mary Jo Wiseman, CMP Mary Jo Wiseman, CMP says:

    I remember a line from a movie I enjoyed that said “you had me at hello” The author of Tree Spirited Woman had me at the Prologue as she reminisced about her grandmother Her story tugged at my heartstrings and I found myself at once hooked and wanting to read Tree Spirited Woman is a delightful short inspirational read with thought provoking perspectives about life lived and lessons learned and can be read in a uick burst if you’d like and which I did on first read but you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the author’s key messages if you take the time and immerse yourself chapter by chapter which I did the second and third times through It’s a book you can come back to again and again as you traverse life’s journey to find your joy


  10. Miz Lizzie Miz Lizzie says:

    A young divorced mother meets a woman who goes by the name of Tree Spirited Woman every month on the 28th for a year of wisdom and life adviceThough easy to read in one sitting this is a book best savored in short bursts when comfort or inspiration are needed or as a guide for meditation or prayer Book PairingsTosha Silver's Change Me Prayers and Outrageous Openness present some similar spiritual advice about letting goTerry Tempest Williams's When Women Were Birds explores some similar ground in terms of the cycles of a woman's life


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