I Am the Quiet of the Falling Snow is a collection of spiritual reflections and stories about life that offer inspirational guidance for allowing one's life to truly be a healing and transformational journey. These introspective stories are intended to serve as vehicles for facilitating an increased awareness and higher understanding that can lead to a shift in perspective. This shift is intended to enhance one's quality of life on Earth.
This book is about helping individuals learn to access their higher selves for the purpose of deepening their spiritual relationship. At the same time it also delivers down-to-earth, hands-on assistance for maneuvering through some of life's inevitable challenges while remaining whole and growing stronger.
Told through universal themes of childhood and growing up, and traveling through grief, loss, and transcendence, each story is richly layered with the qualities of hopefulness and love. The reader is reminded that they are never alone, and that each new moment represents the beginning of new possibilities and opportunities for continued healing, supported by the combined efforts of mind, body, and spirit.
... a beautiful sharing of story and poetry that graciously hugs and teaches the reader through the author’s real life difficult challenges and joyful living. Aspen is one of the most gifted writers I have read in a long time. I was intrigued, inspired, deeply moved, encouraged to discover my own insights and found myself an involved participant alongside Aspen in a journey of deep living. I hope you fall in love with this book as much as I have. You’ll never forget the beautiful places within yourself that her soulful writing takes you as you feel your heart sing, your soul shine, and your emotions bubble over with struggle and delight. As Aspen shares, “To know our beauty is to live our life in a beautiful way”.
~ Colleen Deatsman, Licensed Professional Counselor, Shamanic Practitioner, Teacher and
Author of 5 books including Seeing in the Dark: Claim Your Own Shamanic Power Now and in the