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terry k. shaw



Terry K. Shaw is an author, inspirational speaker, and spiritual teacher. She is also the co-author of Lessons From My Grandmother’s Lap: An Anthology. Since her spiritual awareness heightened in 2017, Terry has made it her life’s path and mission to inspire as many people as she can from around the globe using her words of wisdom and spiritual gifts. She offers daily uplifting messages, healing tips, and insights on her Facebook and Instagram pages. She currently lives in New York and is working on her second book from the "Inner Soul Alphabet" Series.

The Power of ABCs offers a unique approach for transforming your deeply rooted experiences of lies, abuse, and hatred into powerful words of wisdom. It provides intuitive insights and practical techniques for introspection, self-transformation, and personal growth. Using the sacred Ceiba tree, the Mayan Tree of Life, you will be taken on an inspirational self-healing journey through the heart and soul of reality. You will learn how to turn the old definitions of love, acceptance, trust, and forgiveness into a higher level of self-awareness, based on life’s lessons.


In this powerful, but easy-to-understand emotional intelligence book, you will learn:
•How to use powerful 1000-year-old Mayan knowledge to find your true self and overcome self-doubt, with positive affirmations, meditation, and self-discovery.

•Easy mental exercises that anybody can use to find calmness and serenity, which will allow you to overcome anxiety, even during periods of high stress and life challenges.

•How to remove your own self-imposed limitations and find new levels of self-confidence, acceptance, and inner beauty that will bring you success, new friends and give you the power to manifest love.

•26 powerful interconnected words that build the foundation of your inner Ceiba and allow to discover your true identity and radiate positive energy.

Open your heart and mind to receive the subtle magical powers of the captivating and majestic Maya Ceiba tree.

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