About The Water Bearer
I became a mum at a young age, raising my daughters always took priority in my life. I watched my mother raise three children on her own and drew strength from her as she never gave up no matter how hard the journey was. I thought that’s all there was to it! …Until I reconnected with my Dad after being estranged for many years. My relationship with him changed my perspective on many things as he taught me various techniques to spiritual awareness, those which he had been studying the entire time we had been separated. His teachings were invaluable and I miss his input more than I can explain; my dear Dad lost a very short battle with cancer a few years ago.
Dad and I had a wonderfully raw, honest relationship, and due to our connection, and some big changes in my life at the time, I found my relationship with God become intimate. That’s when an amazing set of circumstances led me to be called upon to write a novel, which I have been working on ever since, when his spirit has moved me. Being a mum and a child of the Lord, I am passionate about helping God’s children find faith, hope and truth in all of life’s mountains. Being part Human and part Spirit, I am also passionate about revealing how the secret truths from a trusting relationship with our creator can miraculously impact our existence. I despise being called religious, as I do not fall under the category of a specific doctrine or church, I try not to be judgmental or unloving. I have a number of mystic capacities such as prophetic dreams, and intuitive prompting, and have had some amazing true miracles occur as a result of a close sensitivity to the spiritual realm. The name ‘The Water Bearer’ came from a spiritually sensitive man who my Dad and I met a number of years ago. He also explained that I am here to refresh people’s faith. I hope that is true!
After a lucky escape from a car accident my limitations from my injuries led to a feeling of loss in self-worth and direction. Through lots of investigating I discovered that I suffer from a cyclic mood disorder (Cyclothymia), anxiety and depression and have hit the bottom of the valley many times. I continue to fight against this condition with the acceptance and support of loved ones and I am blessed to have found some balance with a variety of professional treatments. Living with that condition has opened my eyes to the phenomenon that is whitewashing our society; it seems everywhere we turn there is a new ‘miracle’ anti-depressant being pumped into the down trodden, another helpline to assist both children and adults struggling with suicidal imaginations or another fundraiser raising awareness and funding for researching depression. It has become out of control and we owe it to ourselves and our future generations to step back, take a look at the bigger picture and ask why?
I pray this journey I am embarking on brings honour to Christ’s name rather than my own and that all my works will be inspired by him, for him and in awe of him. . .
I also pray that the weaknesses of my flesh and mind will not win the battle within me so that my feet stay glued to his path “Thy will be done, not my will be done”.
I hope you enjoy ‘Inner Angels and Enemies’.