Mystical South Carolina: A Pilgrimage to Joy by Teri Leigh Teed
What would you do if you were not afraid? What if you knew Nature’s soothing balm to heal the Heart of Dixie, and beyond?
An intuitively led, seven-year pilgrimage to twelve sacred sites in her home state of South Carolina took Teri Leigh Teed to places she had never visited. And opened her eyes to the remarkable and miraculous: a pilgrimage to joy. Through sharing her story, and bringing awareness to the sacred geometry of our Mother Earth, Teed’s intention is to help Mother Earth and all her inhabitants to heal. There is an important message at the end of this book that gives humanity an ancient key to open the door to healing through partnership with Mother Earth. The key is very simple and in plain sight. Learn the ancient healing secret of the Congaree Rings.
“It is my profound belief that there are many mystical places on our wonderful planet that possess the power to heal, to reconnect us to our right balance physically, spiritually, and emotionally," says Teed. "Sometimes the seemingly ordinary, seen in detail or in a different light, can open us to the possibilities that surround us. We need only to open our hearts and minds, and our eyes will find them.
“By bringing awareness to the sacred geometry of our Mother Earth, it is my intention to help Mother Earth and her inhabitants to heal. There is an important message at the end of this book that shares an ancient secret that gives humanity a key to open the door for healing through Mother Earth. The key is very simple and in plain sight.”
Teri Leigh Teed is a multidimensional author/artist based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Teed's stories and poetry share positive, inspirational, life-affirming thoughts and are part of her Healing Spirit Art© portfolio. Her photo stories are featured in numerous publications including DailyGood and the Healing Power of Art & Artists. Her poetry is featured on Traveler on the Path and Ascension Gateway and in the 25th Anniversary Collection of Camden Poets Society titled What We Keep: Passions of the Heart.