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Foreword On 30 May, 2016, at 1.52 am, I woke from a dream and scribbled... Seventy three lines later I had penned (or rather channelled) a cryptic poem that seemed to contain an urgent message. At that stage I had no idea what it meant, but my intuition told me that all would be revealed if I paid attention to the signs. In the days that followed, lines from the poem started to materialise and more cryptic poems (or spirit messages as I now call them) were channelled. Two weeks later, after a series of serendipitous events, I travelled out of state to attend a shamanic retreat where I took…mehr

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Foreword On 30 May, 2016, at 1.52 am, I woke from a dream and scribbled... Seventy three lines later I had penned (or rather channelled) a cryptic poem that seemed to contain an urgent message. At that stage I had no idea what it meant, but my intuition told me that all would be revealed if I paid attention to the signs. In the days that followed, lines from the poem started to materialise and more cryptic poems (or spirit messages as I now call them) were channelled. Two weeks later, after a series of serendipitous events, I travelled out of state to attend a shamanic retreat where I took Ayahuasca for the first time. Ayahuasca is an entheogenic brew and spiritual medicine used by Shamans from the Amazon basin. It is said to clear spiritual baggage from current and previous lives. The experience was both confronting and liberating, and ultimately sent me on a two year journey of deep self-reflection and healing. Butterfly Voyage is a poetic account of that two year journey.
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Bianca Bowers is an immigrant, best-selling poetry author, novelist and award-winning poetry editor. She holds a BA in English and Film/TV/Media Studies and has authored several books through her imprints Paperfields Press and Auteur Books.She is known for her deeply personal writing style that seamlessly weaves cultural and literary references into work that is informed by life experience and inspired by love, relationships, personal evolution, and the human condition.Bianca's first poems were published in 1999, in the esteemed New Zealand poetry anthology, Tongue in your Ear. Since then, Bianca's poems have appeared in various print anthologies, online journals and a trailer for a short film.THIEF is Bianca's sixth poetry collection.www.biancabowers.com