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Free ↠ Time Branches By Ron Frazer – serv3.3pub.co.uk [PDF] ✅ Time Branches Author Ron Frazer – Serv3.3pub.co.uk What if you were in a coma and everyone expected you to die at any moment but you find that you are free to move in time and space What would you do with your new freedom Cailyn Whittaker decides to r What if you were in a coma and everyone expected you to die at any moment but you find that you are free to move in time and space What would you do with your new freedom Cailyn Whittaker decides to rewrite her mother's life then she finds that she needs to rewrite her sisters Eventually she rewrites her own having great fun all the way She enlists the help of an Indian swami in exploring some of life's great uestions and using the answers to help everyone around her.


3 thoughts on “Time Branches

  1. Judie Judie says:

    It’s about September 2012 and fifty five year old Caitlin fell down a flight of stairs and when TIME BRANCHES opens is in a deep coma lying in a hospital bed She is also dying of cancer Her mother is sitting next to her holding her hand and trying to decide whether to keep her on life support or to disconnect it and let her go either from the injuries sustained in the fall or from the cancer Caitlin meanwhile is floating above the bed watching her mother and her own body and thinking about how she has wasted her life She regrets what she didn’t do how she didn’t fulfill her mother’s hopes for her and how her younger sister has been alienated from them for thirty years She discovers that she can feel her mother’s emotions and begins to understand her for the first time in years She feels regret and love for her mother and tries to let her mother feel that love She remembers when her family became disconnected Her father left when she was ten years old her sister five Up until that time she and her sister were very close but as Caitlin entered adolescence the relationship changed and Caitlin feels very guilty for abandoning her sister at a time when she really needed support She then discovers that she can go back in time and change what happened so the outcomes for all of them would be better Communicating through thoughts and feeling she first returns to 1979 and tries to redo the damage hoping that the outcome will be different She succeeds in making the outcome different but the ending is not satisfactory So she tries again Making contact with an Indian swami she learns how to meditate in such a way that she is better able to understand what she can do to help her mother and sister as well as herself and how to do it This time the ending is satisfying She and her family get to do things they missed the first time like going to Woodstock She learns when she is dying of cancer how much easier it is to learn what is really important if she doesn’t focus on material items We don’t learn what happens to fifty five year old Caitlin but we do share in her journey to her new pastInteresting observations “I never knew love could be this way Before I got sick love was only something to make me feel good Boys or men would make me feel wanted or give me a tingle; it wasn’t about something flowing from me to another person It was all about what was coming to me” “There is no success and no failure–not really There is only progressIn America we are trained to avoid failure We are punished for failure” Her mother was a Democrat When she became wealthier she became a Republican “You must find a way to use the things of this world without feeling that you own them It is the sense of owning that brings worry” Swami “Their minds corrupted my words” If we could relive our lives what would we do differently based on what we did and learned the first time around? TIME BRANCHES opens up readers minds to different ways of examining their own lives and what changes could be beneficial You don’t have to be dying to follow the suggestions It displays how meditation can be useful in making decisions It is well written and uite understandable


  2. Barbara Strickland Barbara Strickland says:

    I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review I found it a journey of sorts I thought it one thing but instead it uickly became something else This is not a bad thing In fact it makes the book very interesting A woman in particular situation I don't like spoilers discovers she has the ability to go to a certain time and change outcomes Like a tree there are many branches and some of them are breakable and thus we discover some changes are not suitable In fact they can make a situation worse I think this is enough of a hint regarding the plot The uestion then arises Do we have the right to change things or should we change? How we react is often the major impact on an event The novel explores this idea and becomes a journey into enlightenment for the reader I enjoyed the browse through history and the significant events portrayed However the book had an agenda to take us into a world where spiritual leaders and meditation guides us along a path In a sense it becomes a teaching tool I have no issue with this but I felt pushed towards a direction rather than reading a book that unfolds and allows me to uestion and make up my own mind It lost the sense of being a novel for me so despite it being well written I made no real connection to any character It lost me just a littleOn the whole though the book is an interesting read and well presents a 'novel' concept


  3. Ron Frazer Ron Frazer says:

    I wrote this book because I've always been fascinated with the idea of going back in time and correcting old mistakes That's not true; I think I was about forty when I had enough regrets that I began to wish I could correct a few of the worse onesSo in Time Branches Cailyn does just that If you like me have a few regrets then I think you'll like the bookRon Frazer


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