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Colleen Baldrica—Tree Spirited Woman

Written as a narrative, Tree Spirited Woman takes readers through one woman's intimate transformation from the death of her maternal grandmother to the establishment of a new and guiding friendship with a wise and mystical woman. With Tree Spirited Woman as her guide, she learns to "let go and trust" in love, personal relationships, and, ultimately, death.

Tree Spirited Woman will provide each reader with an abundant opportunity to grow alongside the book's main character. Simple philosophies for living flow through each of the chapters. This is a book that can be read and reread, with deeper understanding and personal awakening culled from each visit to its pages.


"Tree Spirited Woman is the intensely beautiful story of...a guiding friendship with a wise and mystical woman, who [shares her] universal message about the value of letting go, trusting in love, valuing personal relationships, and accepting the inevitable phenomena of death within the living world around us.... This [book] is a warmly recommended compendium of spiritual insights, experiences, and observations [and] is inspired and inspiring reading."

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ FIVE STARS Midwest Book Review

About the Author: 

Colleen Moran Baldrica is an official Chippewa (Ojibwe) Tribe member of the Pembina Band from the White Earth Reservation in Northern Minnesota. She has worked for more than twenty years in public education and holds advanced degrees with an emphasis in School Counseling. She lives in Stillwater, Minnesota, with her husband.

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