Dancing in the Shadows of the Moon
by MacHaelle Small Wright
In her first books, Behaving as if the God in ALl Life Mattered, Machaelle Small Wright wrote:
“If we allowed all the knowledge from our soul level to fully flow and be totally accessible to our concious self . . . before we disciplined ourselves on how to respond to such as flow on the physcial level, we would shatter. Blindly expressing limitless through limitation would be more pressure than our body could bear.”
In Behaving, Machaelle scratched the surface on a whole new reality. Now, in Dancing, she opens the door and invites us in.
Out to discredit the “ozzie and Harriet” School of Spirituality, Machaelle gives us extensive groundwork, supported by an actual account of her own expansion experience. She tells of her introduction to the White Brotherhood–that evolved group of souls who assist humans in their evolutionary development–in a story told through journal entries for those early years of her nature work. Reading Dancing, you feel like a bird on Machaelle’s shoulder . . . watching the expansion unfold.