How Good Are You Willing to Let It Get?: Daily FEELGOOD Inspiration for Creatives, Healers, and Helpers
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"Once I got to ride on the back of a bull elephant. Before that experience I never realized how different the forest appears from the animal's great height, or how silently they can move. Sarah Seidelmann's book How Good Are You Willing to Let It Get? took me
right back to this experience. Seidelmann's transcribed instructions from Alice the Elephant bring a sense of higher meaning, softness, humor, and beauty to our human voyage through a difficult world (and the cards bearing her art are worth at least a thousand words apiece). Sarah Seidelmann is a true medicine woman, and everything she creates is good for what ails us."
Martha Beck, Author of Expecting Adam and Finding Your Way in a Wild New World
"How Good Are You Willing to Let it Get is guaranteed to lift your mood, put a spring in your step, and pull you out of whatever funk that old logical brain of yours has plunged you into at any given moment. We all need help keeping our vibration high so that life gets better and better. And we all need validation for when things aren't so great. This book and card deck are designed to assist with this level of human homework. Enjoy them."
Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times best-selling author of Goddesses Never Age, The Wisdom of Menopause, and Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom
"I love Alice. In fact, I NEED Alice. So I am eternally grateful to Sarah for putting Alice's salty, nourishing wisdom into human language so we can all read it! For all you tender fierce hearts out there-- here is the daily spiritual vitamin you've been longing for."
Katherine North, author of Holy Heathen: A Spiritual Memoir
"Sarah has done it again! These daily inspirations will leave you feeling supported, inspired, and uplifted for your day, topped off with a dose of laughter. Just what the shaman ordered!"
Tisha Morris, author of Clutter Intervention