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Believe in yourself. Trust yourself. Regain your voice and power. You are truly worth it.
Imagine being sick your entire life and not knowing what's wrong. Your brain is constantly in a fog. You have trouble making decisions and knowing what's right. You have no energy. You eat nothing and gain weight. You are locked away, verbally abused. Every day is like a bad dream.
But this isn't a nightmare-this is Aily Carranza's life.
From a young age, Aily knew she was different. She spoke to the angels that surrounded her and guided her, and she had a special ability to understand others. But toxic forces in her life kept her earth-bound like a caterpillar, preventing her from reaching her true potential.
An innocent mind poisoned by verbal and emotional abuse destroyed Aily's spirit, and Hashimoto's disease that went undiagnosed and untreated for decades destroyed her body. Her father's murder and an abusive marriage kept her trapped in a cycle of pain. Still, Aily strived to understand-what was wrong with her body, why was she always in a fog, and why could she never seem to do right?
But every caterpillar eventually transforms into a butterfly. For nearly four decades, Aily crawled through life, filled with fears and insecurities. Finally, with the help she needed, she was able to nurture and heal-finally understanding that self-care does not mean being selfish-and released old fears and wounds one by one. This is the story of Aily Carranza, the Golden Butterfly, and how she escaped a life of hell and is living Heaven on Earth.
"Suffused with painful vulnerability, her emotionally raw and vividly written narrative is bifurcated between the angst of a melancholic life and the lush, poetic revelations that eventually superseded all the darkness that came before it. The chapters in Carranza's memoir read like emotionally acute diary entries dictating the ebb and flow of a life overcome by tragedy yet ultimately yielding to the light of a new day with endless opportunities to reinvigorate love, perseverance, faith, and joy." - Kirkus Reviews -