Nothing is an accident, not even reading these words... Perhaps you have questions, hoping to find answers or just to confirm what you already know. Maybe this book found you, thinking that it might help in some way. Life is like that. Spirit or the subconscious mind has a way of bringing forward what we search for, but sometimes not in the form we request. I believe authors are given words to take readers on special journeys, places where they can come to understand the many aspects of living, learning, life, death, and even reincarnation. Perhaps the world is a gigantic spiritual school where all of this takes place! As an RN, Clinical Medical Hypnotherapist, I tell stories to bring understanding and healing to my patients. I’ve been doing this in many forms for over forty years, but this is the story of another “storyteller”…Ana, a ten-year-old child, living a difficult life, existing through her imagination….or so she thinks. Ana tells stories to feel loved, protected, and simply to exist in an often unkind world that lacks compassion. Ana is an invisible child...her father having died on her third birthday...her mother lost in her own world, leaving Ana to survive in whatever way she can. But Ana is a special child…a born-again child, surrounded by “spiritual teachers” who live incognito in her current reality, in the World Beyond, even in the books she reads in her best friend’s library, for authors do not die, but live within their written words. Ana comes to know the lessons of life, some harder than others, but all for a good reason. As she learns to travel between the now and the World Beyond, she comes to know there are plans for her, both in current reality and in the glorious other world of Light, Angels and Spirits. As you turn the pages of "The Storyteller" you will come to know for yourself….there are “no accidents!”
Elizabeth Bohorquez is an RN, Clinical Medical Hypnotherapist. She has written and produced over 350 original interactive self-hypnosis audio programs designed for adults, children, and teens. Subjects include lifestyle change, managing medical diagnoses, oncology, addictions, stress management, personal development, affirmations, adult sports performance and self-hypnosis skill building. She received her RN, C.Ht in clinical psychiatry and mental health, as well as her degree in oncological nursing from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NYU, New York where she started the first mind-body program for cancer patients. In the genre of non-fiction books, she is the author of "Sugar...the Hidden Eating Disorder & How to Lick It," as well as "How Many Cookies Will It Take to Make Me Happy?" Both books include her personal experience with managing her own addictions, especially those related to food & sugars. She has recently published her first fiction book, "The Storyteller", taking the reader into the mind and experiences of a young girl....mentored by "spiritual guides." Soon to be published is "The Snow Crocus"...touching on the spiritual connections between life and death.