Slaying the Mouse

Author's Republic

Narrated by Wendy Halley

2 hr 39 min

When 19-year-old Jason mysteriously slips into a deep coma, family members and doctors are baffled. Seeking answers, the family contacts author and shamanic healer Wendy Halley. Using the ancient practice of Shamanic Trance, Wendy begins a nine-month odyssey into the ‘dreamtime’ world, where she and Jason will connect in a healing journey that transcends geography, distance, and the conscious world.

Slaying the Mouse: A True Story of Healing in the Spiritual Realms invites the reader into the intimate inner world of a young man struggling to understand his circumstances, and the otherworldly allies that join him in his fight.

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Author's Republic
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Published on
Feb 21, 2018
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Duration
2h 39m 49s
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ISBN
9781982701192
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Language
English
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Genres
Health & Fitness / Alternative Therapies
Health & Fitness / Healing
Medical / Alternative & Complementary Medicine
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