The Power of Creativity and Visionary Fiction w/ Novelist Eleni Papanou

August 17, 2016
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Eleni Papanou is a lightworker and author of visionary fiction. She wrote her first poem when she was an outcast at school. Honored with the name  “Greek Freak,” she believed life was plagued with misery, torment and endless suffering. A spontaneous kundalini awakening thrust Eleni on a spiritual path that constantly tested her to the breaking point by challenging her world-view and everything else she held sacred. Through visions and personal insights, Eleni eventually discovered the Universe has a sense of humor. She started laughing more—mostly at herself—whenever she caught herself taking things too seriously. After many years on the path of self-rediscovery—along with the addition of a husband, two daughters and a bout with cancer, Eleni had a lot to say. Having already written several screenplays, she decided to describe her experiences in novel form. Eleni’s second  novel, Jessie’s Song, will be published in June, and she’s currently plotting her eighth book. She’s also one of the founding members of the Visionary Fiction Alliance.

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