April 3, 2015 (Lisbon, Portugal) – From her earliest memories, Christina Lopes wasn’t like other kids. She looked and sounded the same, but that’s where the similarities ended.
She could see and feel things that no one—except for her maternal grandmother—could see or feel. Surrounded by the real world but living amidst spirits and invisible yet palpable energy, she grew up filled with apprehension and fear, yet with a deep sense that there was ‘something bigger’ at play.
That ‘something bigger’ reveals itself in her first compelling book, Over the Edge: How One Woman Learned to Channel the Universe.
Part memoir, part teachable moments written with insights from great spiritual leaders and the words of the universe itself, Over the Edge: How One Woman Learned to Channel the Universe is just the first part of a journey that delves into relationships, sexuality and society.
In offering a challenge to notions of formal religion, love, career and what really matters, Over the Edge: How One Woman Learned to Channel the Universe is at once clarion call for personal awareness and a beacon of great and abiding hope for the future.
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About Christina Lopes:
Raised in California and the Azores islands of Portugal before returning for a formal education in the United States, Christina Lopes holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York University and a Master’s in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. She currently resides in Portugal. This is the first in a series of books.
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