"Walk to Where the Butterflies Are" is an amazing journal that combines a woman's search for healing after she is diagnosed with leukemia and a series of remarkable messages she receives as they are channeled from a nonplanetary committee through a friend of hers.
Joy Jones learns she has cancer in late 1983, and takes the suggestion of her doctor that she begin a journal to help her deal with the emotional aspects of fighting the disease. Along with writing about her feelings and her search for a healing lifestyle, she shares her thoughts and emotions with her good friend, Rodney McKeever. After about three months, Rod begins to receive mental messages relating to Joy's struggle to live life as fully as possible in the shadow of cancer. He begins by writing down what he hears in his mind, but rapidly progresses to speaking the messages directly to Joy. Since both Rod and Joy know how to write and read Gregg shorthand, Joy can easily write down every "sharing", as they choose to call each message, as it is spoken.
The messages, which continued for eight years, are jam-packed with detailed information for all people who are looking for ways to cope with the difficulties of life on planet Earth, not only people who have a life-threatening disease. Some of the topics covered in the sharings are how to direct your energy for maximum physical and emotional health, the nature of nonplanetary life, the reason for and value of planetary life, and the identity of the members of the committee who speak through Rodney McKeever.
"Walk to Where the Butterflies Are" is a must read book for anyone who is curious about the reasons we have chosen to be conscious, living beings on this planet. It is structured in journal form, making it easy to read and digest one entry at a time. The committee members speak in beautiful, easy-to-understand language, and I felt a sense of calm and peace as I read each journal entry, as if the healing messages in the book were meant not just for Joy but for anyone who heard or read them. Give it a try. You won't be disappointed.