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Product Description: Dorothy Maclean may call herself an "ordinary mystic" but in fact she has had an extraordinary life with an equally extraordinary impact. This outstanding memoir tells the exciting story of her journey from being part of the British secret service during World War II to co-founding the fabled Findhorn Foundation spiritual community in northern Scotland and subsequently becoming a spiritual teacher much in demand around the world for her down-to-earth insights and wisdom...read more
By Catherine MacCoun (editor)

Paperback:

9780936878317 | Gardners Books, August 23, 2010, cover price $19.80 | About this edition: Dorothy Maclean may call herself an "ordinary mystic" but in fact she has had an extraordinary life with an equally extraordinary impact.

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Product Description: Many regard alchemy as a metaphor for inner transformation. But this is only half the story. According to Catherine MacCoun, alchemy is no mere metaphor. It’s real magic. Transforming the inner world is, for the alchemist, a way to transform the outer world...read more

Hardcover:

9781590303696 | Trumpeter, February 12, 2008, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: A modern-day alchemist reveals the secrets of alchemical transmutation, explaining how, by developing an understanding of one's relationship to a situation, person, or object and by altering one's viewpoint, an alchemist can exert influence over people and events to transform the harmful into the helpful and the useless into the valuable.

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9781590306871 | Trumpeter, December 23, 2008, cover price $18.95 | About this edition: Many regard alchemy as a metaphor for inner transformation.

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Product Description: When Ingrid, a young nun serving in the infirmary at Greyleigh Abbey, discovers by accident that she can work miracles of healing, the world acclaims her as a saint. Ingrid is not so sure. Her secret doubts intensify when Jack, a rowdy, womanizing troubadour, as famous for sin as Ingrid is for sanctity comes under her care...read more

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9781590303719 | Trumpeter, May 9, 2006, cover price $15.95 | About this edition: When Ingrid, a young nun serving in the infirmary at Greyleigh Abbey, discovers by accident that she can work miracles of healing, the world acclaims her as a saint.

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Product Description: Set in medieval England, this tale of romance and intrigue centres on Sister Ingrid, the infirmarian at Greyleigh Convent, who is famous for her miraculous powers of healing. When disgrace forces her to flee the convent, she finds her remedial power labelled as witchcraft.

Hardcover:

9780871133120 | Atlantic Monthly Pr, May 1, 1989, cover price $18.95 | About this edition: Set in medieval England, this tale of romance and intrigue centres on Sister Ingrid, the infirmarian at Greyleigh Convent, who is famous for her miraculous powers of healing.

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