Non-Fiction Books By Barbara
Ready to do your Soul Work?
Your Daily Bursts of Light are brief but potent reminders of your eternal essence and the light you carry.You can get a burst of insight and energy anytime you want or need one. Read them sequentially or pick at random for your day's reflection. They’ll comfort you when you need comfort and disrupt you when you’re comfortable. They’ll inspire you, challenge you and reward you as you charge through your day. I offer them with heartfelt love and blessings to assist you on your journey.
Your Daily Bursts of Light are inspiration on the fly, reminders that you are a Being of Light whose journey through your day affects everything around you. Choose one serendipitously to go with your morning coffee or let the sequence carry you with its flow. Draw comfort or correction whenever you need it. Let them remind you that you are not alone. Feel the cheering section that has your best interest at heart.
Your Daily Bursts of Light are the best kind of thought forms, the kind that stimulate your own thinking and remind you of how magnificent you truly are. However you use them – flipping randomly or as a map to your Self – your Guides will bring you what you need to hear in that moment. Use them to solidify your Center so that the Light you carry beams steadily as you go about your day.
Your Daily Bursts of Light give you insight and energy to help you charge through your day. Use them sequentially or choose one randomly for an extra bit of guidance. Let them inspire you each morning or grab one while you wait in traffic. As a Being of Light, you have everything you need inside you. Sometimes all it takes to lift your gaze and your spirits is a little Burst of Light.
Your Daily Bursts of Light are tools for your mastery. You know what you know and you know Who You Are, no matter what the outside world says – no matter what the voices in your head say. You have all the Keys to Freedom within you. Your Daily Bursts of Light are clues on the pathway you have already chosen to help you get there a little quicker, a little easier. Enjoy!
Your Daily Bursts of Light are reflections of your magnificence as a Being of Light. They will help you grow clearer and stronger at any moment. They will enhance your Journey to your Self and to a state of being that allows you to do your best living. You’ll know the best way to use them, whether a page at a time or to answer a question to the Universe. Accept the blessings.
THE PHOENIX SPRING
The Phoenix Spring is equally powerful as a stand-alone, inspirational experience – or as the poetry companion to The Sudden Caregiver.
Six weeks after their wedding, tragedy struck. After his stroke, her husband was a different man. Now solely responsible, she coped until her husband’s depression turned suicidal and addiction complicated his disabilities. The Grace that saved her came through an ancient spiritual tradition and the contemporary wisdom of codependent recovery
An incredibly helpful, sanity-saving book.
First published in 1995, the poems in this book poured out of Barbara Snow after a difficult marriage died and her search for herself began in earnest. Poignantly capturing her process, her words offer insight that can be helpful to your own.
In Friends in Foreign Places: An Expat Anthology, thirty-five writers, most living as expatriates all over the world, share forty-five stories about expat friendships and being friends with expats in their own countries.
Ever wish you could sit down with a group of women? Women who’ve lived through pretty much everything life throws our way? In Digging Deeper, thirteen women share their thoughts and experiences on their understanding of God, on happiness and gratitude, on death and dying, on grounding ourselves and what that means to us, on failure and victimhood.
If you’ve ever wished you could sit down with a mother or grandmother – yours or someone else’s – and get their advice or input, here’s your chance to do that. A Mystic, a Priestess, and a Wild Woman sit down to dinner. What happens next?
THREE SISTERS: MYSTIC,
PRIESTESS, WILD WOMAN
A Mystic, a Priestess, and a Wild Woman sit down to dinner. What happens next? They are poets, the three, different and same. A book of poetry is discussed and a plan laid out.