At the age of - well, Dr. Louise Bradley wouldn't say - she woke up in the back of a hideous Hummer limo, the kind used for pornos, proms, weddings, and bar mitzvahs. She had lost her temporary veneers and drooled on her Dolce and Gabbana turquoise silk blouse. She had no idea where the limo was taking her. Was that her mother in the front seat? Dr. Bradley could not remember how she got there.
This is a picture of my life: Not flowers and rainbows, but mine nevertheless. Drugs and partying became a cool alternative to the disappointments of life. My demons became my friends and confidants. But I quickly learned that I was sadly mistaken. Here I was, a pretty, bright, teenage girl battling rage, injustice, and the personal ordeals of cancer and rape. But when the demons took over, it became a story of survival. Battling to overcome the addictions of alcohol, heroin, and men had turned me into a junkie.
"Mundane, repetitive, droning"
The Power of Us is a real life journey through many times and spaces; past, present, and future. It tells the stories of the women of the sacred circle and how they reappeared in the life of one of their first apprentices, a woman who has forgotten their teachings, submerged in the illusions of the world. It invites women to embark in the pilgrimage of awakening, reclaiming their divine being, carving a new path of acceptance, self-love, and heart-centered service to the world.