Back then, our imaginations had no limits. When I was a little girl, I wondered what it would feel like to walk on puffy clouds.
Of course, as an adult, we know that walking on puffy clouds is reserved for movies or at best, I could place a bunch of white cotton on the floor and walk on it.
How about other dreams, like doing something you love on a mass scale and getting paid for it, so that work and play are creatively and beautifully intertwined at a heart and soul level? That was a dream I started having a few years ago and it’s being realized as we speak.
There really is no limit, but limitations start when we are clouded by lies about who we really are, that were planted in the soil of our mind early on in life. Those early childhood circumstances in our lives hold the greatest potential for bringing us immense pain and suffering, or unspeakable love and joy.
In her book, “Damaged Goods: Learning To Dream Again”, Charlotte Hunt tells a remarkable true story of her life. She artfully, graciously and humorously recounts events from the traumatic experiences she’s had of being abused since childhood, the damage that was brought into her and her family’s world, and the deliverance she’s experienced by her determination to tap into her source of truth and strength.
This is a must-read! I literally read this book in 2 days – when I picked up where I had left off, I could not put it down and kept reading into the wee hours of the morning! The book was glued to my hands!
Watch the video to hear what prompted me to purchase the book, what takeaways I received, and who I would recommend this book to. I made an error in the video – the definition of abuse I gave is not correct. Abuse actually means to use wrongly or treat in a harmful way.
Here’s where you may purchase the book:
FYI, this review is purely my own opinion and I did not receive any compensation or f.ree product in writing it.