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Strong Winds From Nowhere
The Initiation of the One
by Ronit Galapo
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Strong Winds From Nowhere

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Publisher Hay House
Publication Date 3/24/14
ISBN 978-1-4019-4136-9

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Strong Winds from Nowhere is the story of Tasha, who is banished at the age of ten to eternal exile by the people of her village for being too beautiful. Along with Ceyon, her guide and teacher, Tasha heads to the vast expanse of nowhere in search of freedom, truth and friendship. On her journey, she meets the Shohonks, a mysterious people who capture her heart through their clear sight and immense powers. Gradually she discovers that under their impeccable facade lurks a dark and frightening shadow that consumes people's hopes and aspirations; and Tasha decides to face this shadow, despite the personal prices.

Strong Winds from Nowhere is an empowering story of change, bravery and the triumph of free spirit. It is a combination of fantasy and wisdom, filled with depth and layers, yet simple and intimate in language, keeping the readers close to their heartbeats, close to their hearts.

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Ronit Galapo co-founded the Ronit Galapo Research Institute in 2003 with a desire to bring forth genuine change through pioneering research and cutting-edge technology. For the past 20 years, Ronit has been engaged in the profound inquiry and deciphering of the underlying mechanisms shaping our lives, our illnesses, our health, our relationships, and society as a whole.
Ronit’s research has led to a series of groundbreaking discoveries, based on which she developed innovative consciousness technologies that make it possible to effect change in areas thought to be blocked. Over the years, Ronit has given lectures and seminars to large audiences and has published six books, one of which has been translated into seven languages across Europe and Japan.