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Cher Slater-Barlevi is an American Artist, an Author, and a Spiritual Counselor with a passion for lifting consciousness on this planet. She holds a Masters in Spiritual Psychology and is also an Arts/Design graduate, cum laude, where she has illustrated award-winning children’s books, tabletop books, magazine editorials, education books, and now her very own book, “DOG OF GOD: The Novel, A Wild Romp Through Magical Lands
Over her lifetime, this California girl and Hay House author has worked at developing her talents as a Medium: doing readings and using her art for channeling large “SOUL” paintings having to do with images and messages she receives, to helping move people’s lives forward. She also does art with a message for people’s pets to help in the healing process whether it has to do with a pet’s health, the owner’s healing or after a pet’s passing.
”When two dolphin lovers, Zeeep and Eeeoo—vowing to be together forever —lose their lives in a poacher’s snare, they learn their next lives will be on land: Eeeoo becomes Sabrina, a comatose little girl in Montreal, Canada and Zeeep becomes Xico, a flea-ridden dog in a tiny village in Brazil. It seems the two will never be together but the magic of fate relies on a higher knowing. This crossover novel leads the reader on adventures with Xico the dog through mystical travels visiting Otherworldly dimensions, learning the world of healing. The two lovers eventually reunite in Brazil where a famous shaman and psychic surgeon lives. When they meet again, Xico has learned to be a medium and is helping the shaman. He lovingly helps to initiate the healing of Sabrina. When Sabrina’s desperate mother steals Xico and takes him to Canada to be with her daughter, the Brazilian villagers rally together to get their “healing dog” back so he can do his God-given job.
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