Today, I'm hear promoting the ultra-talented Gina Wynn and her new book What You Wish For (Three Worlds Press). If you think you're sensing a theme, you're right: the power of wishing.
Below is a brief synopsis and here's a link to her blog. Links to ordering What You Wish For are below.
Check her out. You won't be disappointed.
Be careful what you wish for (it might come true).
The old adage teaches us that even the things we might most desire don't come without consequences. A wish for chocolate, well, that brings calories and weight gain. A wish for a green lawn might bring rain.
And wishes are powerful. They come with rules. Make one as you blow your birthday candles out. Close your eyes. Don't tell anyone or it won't come true! We often won't make wishes, we bite them back if the phrasing is too vague, too open to interpretation, don't want to send sudden whims or wants into the universe for fear of how they might be answered. A jinx, a hex, an ill-wish...that prickle at the back of your neck as you refuse to acknowledge nature's magic, or the universe granting you your desire...by any means.
A wish for a soulmate, then, for 'in love' rather than just 'love'? That might be life altering. It is unlikely the one you were meant to be with could slip into your life without ripple or disruption, unlikely you could leave your old life without negativity and destruction. But what would you do? What would you really do if you made that wish and the universe answered it?
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