Memoir / Humor

Make Me One With the Woo-Woo

September 11, 2012
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What I Did On My Midlife Crisis VacationWhat I Did On My Midlife Crisis Vacation
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Indie author Debbianne DeRose

We didn’t even have the term “midlife crisis” before 1965. It’s supposed to be the time when adults realize they’re mortal, after all.

Not everyone has one. Debbianne DeRose has turned hers into a saucy memoir that is the oh-so-honest and humorous account of her personal journey through a string of compelling adventures and ideologies of the woo-woo kind.

Her story begins with confusion and discontentment that catalyzes bold life changes and sends her roaming in search of magic, miracles, and a deeper grasp of the metaphysical nature of reality.

In a word, woo-woo.

In a unique style akin to confessional reporting, she shares her keen insights into human behavior as you meet a plethora of colorful characters and occasional charlatans.

It becomes an inadvertent healing pilgrimage full of expansive revelations, and through the process of en-lightening up she emerges clear-headed and self-empowered with inspiration to spare.

Her book is called “What I Did On My Midlife Crisis Vacation.”

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The Indie Author Life

Woo you want, woo you can get at Debbianne DeRose’s website.

In a recent post entitled “Happy Independence-of-the-Mind Day,” Debbianne says:

I recently attended a workshop in which the featured speaker was a channeled alien from the future. Talk about an outside perspective. Does that strike you as a tad bizarre? Well, look at it this way: you can always listen to the content and determine what’s of value, even if you think the source is bunk. One of the most compelling points this interplanetary consultant makes, as a matter of fact, is that thinking in terms of “this and that” rather than “this or that” makes life far more rewarding.

Or this, from her post called “Aliens and Channelers and Joiners, oh my!”:

Doesn’t it seem like everyone and their uncle is channeling these days? Maybe it’s true what they say about the veil becoming thin (not unlike the hair on your uncle’s head). Recently I went to see a channeled entity named Lazaris in a posh Silicon Valley hotel conference room. I wondered if the martini-slinging businessmen down the hall had any idea that this generic-sounding event entitled “Concept: synergy” was actually a disembodied entity speaking to a few hundred people through a middle-aged man with his eyes closed. My dear friend Sarah was pretty excited about it, so I had agreed to join her. That’s the kind of friend I am—the one who happily and unquestioningly accompanies you to an alien talk on a Friday night.

And you can see Debbianne DeRose’s video “En-Lightening Up”:

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