Running Through Darkness: The Memoir of a Spiritual Warrior is the life story and testimony of spiritual teacher, healer, author and renown therapist, Santa Molina-Marshall. From the rich, beautiful culture of her Caribbean ancestors, to the pain and trauma from parts of her childhood, Running Through Darkness, is a testimony of faith, endurance and bravery of a young girl navigating the rocky terrain of family violence and sexual abuse. It is also the victorious story of a woman who survived and turned her challenges into a healing movement.
“I wrote Running Through Darkness because I want people who’ve gone through similar experiences to know that you can get well no matter what you’ve gone through. Hold on and never give up. Continue believing and hoping. There are many different ways of achieving wellness, reclaiming wholeness and embarking on your healing journey. You owe it to yourself to explore and identify what works for you. I’m a living witness of the possibilities of healing. This book tells the story of my self-renewal and reclaiming what has always been mine, wholeness. Going from trauma to triumph wasn’t easy but it helps to remember that healing is a journey.” Santa Molina Marshall.
Running Through Darkness teaches readers that no matter what you’ve been through, healing is possible. As we go from trauma to triumph, we can reclaim what has been our divine birthright to be whole, happy, joyous and free!
“Santa lovingly shares her personal story of healing from sexual assault as an offering of hope, while acknowledging everyone’s healing journey is unique. She shares her wisdom while asking the reader grounding and authentic questions, guiding survivors toward insights unique to their truth. Santa extends to the reader multiple truths can co-exist, such as, ‘healing is incredibly difficult and also entirely possible.'” ~Molly Chlebnikow, PhD
“Running Through Darkness not only supports survivors of family violence and sexual abuse, it offers wisdom and understanding to family, friends, spouses and partners of the survivor.”
“I wrote Running Through Darkness because I want people who’ve gone through similar experiences to know that you can get well no matter what you’ve gone through. Going from trauma to triumph wasn’t easy but it helps to remember that healing is a journey.”
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