An adventurous psychotherapist, Paulette Rochelle-Levy invites the reader to, “Take off your shoes and dare to cross into the not too deep, not too cold rushing water of the springtime river. A whole wilderness is coming out to meet you.”new Poetry and prayers inspire a sense of wholeness through curiosity, compassion, humor and delight. She plays at the edges of emotion with a fresh sense of wonder.Transmuting suffering into wisdom, she leads the reader through a journey of awakening. Saying good-bye, feeling lost in the anguish of loss and finding healing through love and blessings bring one to a sense of making meaning. Holding the cup of joy and sorrow together in gratitude she is continually celebrating a return to the One This is a book that you’ll want to keep by your side when you need a refreshing dip into the waters of your soul.
Read poems from the book.
It’s Not Too Cold
What is the Word Beyond Thankful?