Boise, ID (PRWEB) May 22, 2012
From a woman whose honesty forces her to face her greatest fears in order to know her greatest potential, Boulton takes us to a new world. A well-worn path of coloring inside the lines is blown apart for this “born again” Christian from the South after losing everything but her faith in God. Determined to understand her loss, she is catapulted into a journey of the heart where nothing stands between her and her Maker except the “coloring book,” which she soon throws away. Forced to face her sexuality and evolving spirituality, she is taken to other worlds and dimensions. Unpredicted insights come to light through encounters with angels, mystics, psychics and shamans. A memorable mystical journey unfolds as Boulton pens this work for her fellow trekkers on this universal, yet often less-travelled, path.
“In this time of unprecedented shifts, we find ourselves scrambling for ballast,” Boulton says. “Our hopes and fears are laid before us daily as we make choices out of the chaos of new creation. I am inviting you to share in my odyssey which ultimately calls us all to face our darkest secrets and deepest truths, in this divine co-creative dance.”
While many are walking away from organized religion, Boulton sees beyond this transition to a world reigned by love and acceptance rather than fear and judgment. Southern charm and impish wit allow Boulton to traverse a rocky terrain in her effort to bridge old time religion and a transformative energy now entering our planet. With the fervor of the evangelists of her childhood Boulton states, “We are standing on the edge of a Spiritual Renaissance, calling us to a new consciousness and communion space with God.”
The humor and honesty of rich comical characters in Your “Tor-tell-ah’s” Upside Down draw the reader into this seemingly fictional nonfiction. Once there, they are challenged to look more closely at the human specters of duality, bigotry, poverty and betrayal. On the flip side, they will find their way home, by stepping beyond duality and “safe territories” to a path uniquely their own. For after all, who is to decide if our “tor-tell-ah” is right side up or upside down.
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About the Author
Cynthia Boulton was born in Iowa in 1956 but came of age in Kentucky. She is an advocate for the homeless, the poor and the minorities who stand outside our comfort zones. A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Boulton was named Nurse Practitioner of the Year by her professional peers. She is honored with the title of Kentucky Colonel, by the Governor of the state, for her work with the urban homeless and the underserved of Appalachia. However, her most cherished tribute was bestowed by a friend who describes her as a “healer of the soul.”
Your “Tor-tell-ah’s” Upside Down * by Cynthia Boulton
Publication Date: May 17, 2012
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