Carried Over The Water

A Riveting Tell-All About One Woman’s Twin Flame Journey & Spiritual Initiation that Changed Her Life Forever!   

Frown lines give voice to emotions that weigh on me, and there is no longer a sparkle in my eyes. My first grays around the temples won their right from middle age. But my lips, an important asset, are glistening with raspberry hues.

“How did you get here?” I ask the stranger looking back at me, sending her hateful looks.

I bite my lips as hard as I can, hoping that a new kind of pain will force my mind’s preoccupation with the past to be diverted in another direction. There is an old saying that goes something like, “a broken woman can only be judged by the pieces on the floor.

If that does not suit me, I do not know what does.”

A breathtaking and spiritually enlightening memoir that will keep you reading late into the night.

Sometimes it even happens to psychics; those who are supposed to know in advance, to have answers, can get caught in the Arachne’s web of confusion. Dreams of a more fulfilling life and a change in her almost identical days and nights were the very first things on Aurora’s wish list. That was until a series of nighttime dreams start becoming reality. Simultaneously confusing, frightening, and exciting paranormal mysteries sparked her spirit into a twin flame experience and dark night of the soul, that lasted for years. While this whirlwind opened her up to cycles of strengths and weaknesses that played out many times, in many lifetimes, it also fueled her determination to face and challenge the unthinkable. Will she succeed, or will she fail?

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I really enjoyed Carried Over The Water, it was eye opening in many ways and I feel it speaks to women and men, especially those that have been in an abusive relationship before. It is empowering to see someone overcoming hardship and learning to start to accept themselves. I could feel the emotions she felt, and I was rooting for Aurora. The writing was beautiful, direct, honest and it felt like an equal relationship between the author and the reader, not a talk-down from an expert. Very humble and very brave woman. Thank you for sharing your spiritual journey with us.


I cried, I laughed, and I related! I’ve read many memoirs, and this is now one of my favorites! I felt like I was with Aurora in a coffee shop and she was sharing her story with me directly. At some points, I would be laughing out loud, and the next minute, I wanted to hold her and comfort her, while I was wondering how Kamal was so insensitive to her pain. For me, the airport scene touched my heart because I could feel their agony, and I related having recently lost my father. The dreams becoming reality blew my mind, and by the end of the book, I knew a bit about dream interpretation. I love the way she wrote what kind of love this was for her, very nicely written. Men might consider reading that part to understand how a woman’s heart loves. I congratulate the author for pushing through no matter what this twin flame journey threw at her, and for writing a book in a second language. I recommend it to all genders, especially young women. They can learn so much from this story. BRAVO, this is all I could say, BRAVO.