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JENNIFER L. JACOBY

Jennifer Lynn is a soul midwife, a modern-day mystic and a shamanic practitioner specializing in Celtic mystical techniques and practices. During twenty-plus years of training and experience, she has studied extensively with Tom Cowan, Caitlín Matthews, the Invisible Druid Order, the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, the Foundation for Shamanic Studies as well as with mystical practitioners internationally.

An award-winning, published poet, Jennifer gives voice to her Bardic craft through poetry and prose. Her writings explore the rhythms of life while honoring the Goddess and the Sacred Conversation. Dance through the moon turnings with Jennifer – read her blog at www.ThroughShamansEyes.wordpress.com.

Jennifer is also a Chinese medicine practitioner and a Minister of the Circle of the Sacred Earth, a church of animism fostering shamanic principles and practices. She currently resides in Saint Louis, Missouri, under the Fleur-de-Lys, nestled amongst the waters and the oak trees.

BEING HERE

COMING HOME


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Coming Home

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Sometimes living in the present requires getting lost in the past.

When life comes to a dead end, how do you start anew? Bree MacLeod—wise woman, shaman and Daughter of the goddess Brighid—desperately needs to know. But she has no idea where to begin.

When a call from an old friend carries her to the ancestral home of Elan MacLeod on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Bree must face the Truth hidden within her name. Haunted by echoes of the past at every turn. Bree has only her Otherworldly Allies and training as a Bean feasa to unlock the secrets of her exile.

For the time has come. Bree must claim the light of her soul or slumber forever in darkness…

Step into the flame of your soul. Bree MacLeod and her story are waiting for you.

 

 

 

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Information

  • Title: Coming Home
  • Author: Jennifer L. Jacoby
  • Genre: Pagan/Fantasy
  • Length: 268 pages
  • Release Date: March 2018
  • ISBN-13: 978-0999843406
  • Imprint: Craig Na Duhn

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