Three Days In The Light

March 23, 2014 Uncategorized

Hi ,       When we lived in more mystical times, humankind knew to honor the feminine principle by honoring the earth and water. We went into nature and communed with wells, springs and rivers. Women knew that unless they communed with wells that the world would become a spiritual wasteland.       I […]

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Invocation for World Peace

December 18, 2013 Spiritual Inspiration

During this time of increased light on the planet we need practices that protect us and anchor us in loving awareness. When used correctly, prayer and ritual can melt our suffering, increase consciousness and invite in bliss. The Archangels wish to guard and protect us.They will answer our requests when we choose to call upon […]

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New review of Sparkle & The Light

December 3, 2013 Media

New review of Sparkle & The Light in Whole Life Magazine on page 30:

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Sparkle and the Light Combats Bullying with Mindful Forgiveness

November 26, 2013 Spiritual Inspiration

By Audrey LaBenz 16/11/2013 When Ayn Cates Sullivan, who has a doctorate in literature, was told that her daughter Katherine couldn’t read, she was astonished. Katherine was already in fifth grade. She was being tormented by her fellow students and was deemed a remedial learner by the school system. How had this gone on for […]

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Honoring Japan Through Poetry

November 21, 2013 Poetry

Many of us have Asia in our mind now and I have been attempting to come up with a prayer or poem that even begins to touch the magnitude of what has occurred and is occurring in the world. I finally gathered some of my favorite haiku and decided to share it in honor of […]

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Great Review by Emilee Summers on

November 19, 2013 Uncategorized

Sparkle & The Gift” by Ayn Cates Sullivan is a story about a girl named Sarah who pretends she is a HUE-man named Sparkle and that she is made of light. Her mother Alice asked Sarah to come outside and show her what she means by this. As they are walking, Sarah explains that we […]

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Honoring Japan And Asia Through Poetry

November 11, 2013 Poetry

Dear – In the wake of world events, I have been attempting to come up with poems or prayers that address the changes that are taking place. So many people have just left our earth and those who are sensitive feel the trauma as if their souls have been torn. How do we find words […]

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October 31, 2013 Media

“One day, Sarah announces to her mother that her true name is Sparkle, and that she is a being of light and color. When she is sad because people have forgotten their true natures, her mother tells her the story of a fairy named Kachina. Kachina loved to help the leaves unfurl and the flowers […]

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10 Compassionate Tips on Bullying

October 28, 2013 Uncategorized

10 Compassionate Tips on Bullying From Children’s Book Author Ayn Cates Sullivan. By Christopher Caplan, RYOT News “Stand up for yourself!” or “Just tell an adult!” are the all too common responses given to children who suffer from bullying. Considering that 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year, the rowdy and defensive antidote […]

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101 Awesome Things to Do for Someone who is Sick

October 17, 2013 Uncategorized

My brilliant friend Elaine Wilkes PhD just compiled a helpful book entitled “101 Awesome Things to Do for Someone who is Sick.” I am a contributing author, telling the story of sitting with my father during a miraculous recovery.

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