Thursday, 11 February 2016

Book Review; Dr Lynn Ann Migdal: Wind Kissed

Wind Kissed

Author: Dr Lynn Ann Migdal 

Title: Wind Kissed 

Genre: Children's books, growing up and facts of life, friendship, social skills, and school life, self-esteem and self-respect, science fiction and fantasy, fantasy and magic, juvenile fiction

Synopsis: the purpose of this book is to educate and to entertain. the author does not guarantee that anyone following these ideas, suggestions, tips or strategies will be successful. The author shall have neither liability nor responsibility to anyone with respect to any loss or damage allegedly caused directly or indirectly, by the information in this book. this book is not a substitute for advice of a physician the reader should always consult a physician in the matter of his/her healthy, especially with any symptoms that might require diagnosis or medical attention: a looking up story the silver family is wealthy, but their money can not fix the dysfunction that tears at 11-year-old Rebecca,  who endures her parent's emotional battles and the physical and verbal abuse of her older sister in response, Rebecca hunches over, tightening and over-contracting the muscles on the right side of her body. over time, this has caused her spine to curve in unhealthy directions, creating pressure on her nervous system and wreaking havoc on her immune system she also turns to the comfort of food. Rebecca's life changes dramatically when she encounters the nature spirits of the sky, who help humans find peace and health with their help, Rebecca learns how to heal heal herself from verbal, food and techno abuse, she empowers her mind,body,spirit, and nervous system with healthy foods, thought, breaths, and postures, and she becomes healthier and happier- allowing her to take on her mission: saving the children and the planet. wind kissed is an entertaining and educational fantasy novel that will empower young readers look up at life, look up from technology, and make healthy, peaceful choices. l like how the author dedicated this book to her daughters whose likes were cut short by a mudslide in 2012.

Review: l was sent this book in exchange for a honest review. l was sent this book by bostick communications l want to say a big thank you to them and the author Dr Lynn Ann Migdal for sending me this book and giving me a chance to read this story. l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books it is good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you do not read books like this and it was really enjoyable storyline l was sad to read that the author's daughters passed away due to a mudslide in 2012 it is nice that this book is dedicated to her daughters Diana and Rachel who sadly passed away in 2012. This book was easy to get in to and l like the dedicate in the front. l normally do not read children's books but l l enjoyed this book and glad l read this one and l highly recommend this book to anybody and l am glad this book is in my library and it is a must have book on your book shelf.

About the author: Dr Lynn Ann Migdal - doctor of chiropractic and chirochi'tm master, holistic neurological fitness life coach, and motivating international speaker- has helped thousands to live up to their life potential over the past 34 years as the founding director of the looking up movement, an educational public charity, she has dedicated her life spreading the truth about the damage that looking down at life and technology is causing in our society. Dr Lynn Ann migdal dedicated this book to her darling daughters who lives were cut short by a mudslide in 2012.

l just want to say rest in peace to Dr Lynn's daughters Diana and Rachel webber and sorry for your loss to Dr Lynn Ann Migdal 

in loving memory 
this book is dedicated to my darling daughters whose lives were cut short by a mudslide in 2012 

l am eternally grateful for the loving gifts of these two human butterflies they were, and still are, a beautiful expression of divine greatness that all can achieve when following the lessons in this story 

Diana and Rachel webber 

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