POSSESSED: From Darkness to Light
Cordelia Lee has led an unusual life, no matter her protestations that she is a very ordinary girl. From humble beginnings and a youth filled with traumatic memories and deep depression, Cordelia worked hard to bring herself back into the light. She spent years exploring her inner self through poetry and later followed that passion for writing to scriptwriting and beyond, finding herself unexpectedly talented at it. But Cordelia’s path was anything but simple and straightforward; for a time, she struggled under the unwanted attention of seemingly malevolent spirits—spirits whose presence she spent many months denying and trying to explain away, who tortured her with whispers and dark suggestions and even physical pain. These otherworldly presences sent her into the world of energy healing, another thing Cordelia found she was talented at. But her skills attracted the attention of another, even darker force, who tried to impose his will upon her and possess her.
In Possessed: From Darkness to Light, Cordelia Lee recalls her life and the incredible events that led her to where she is today. Her many, nuanced struggles with various dark energies and evil forces led her to a path of spiritual healing as a channeler of energy. Readers will be fascinated by Lee’s experiences as she tuned into her own psyche and studied the many layers of energy that surround us all. Her path led her through various religions and various healing traditions, and she touches on them all in her story. Her eventual emergence as an energy healer of her own merits is inspirational. Is it all true? That’s up to the reader to decide, but Lee speaks with conviction, and does her best to convince readers of a story, that she has a hard time believing herself at times. But even if readers have a hard time swallowing her story of dark possession, her work as an energy healer is real and meaningful to those she works with. Lee’s book may be a little wordy and unclear at times, but it’s interesting and engaging overall.
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|Page Count||297 pages|
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|Category||Spirituality & Inspiration|