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Many Faces to Many Places [Paperback]

By Judy Azar LeBlanc (Author)
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This spellbinding, three-part story of a courageous spirit--who uses her unique gift to communicate with nature--takes readers on an extraordinary journey through the world of timeless knowledge.

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Many Faces to Many Places is a spell binding three-part story of a courageous spirit, who with her unique gift of communicating with nature, takes an extraordinary journey through the world of timeless knowledge. Guided by faith, Many Faces is led through a land that reveals a succession of the hidden mysteries of the soul, and thinks that she has completed her journey when she discovers that she had missed the ultimate truth.

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Many Faces to Many Places by Judy Azar LeBlanc has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
  • Ingram Advance - 03/01/2005 page 109


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Studio: Xulon Press
Pages   108
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6" Width: 9" Height: 0.26"
Weight:   0.37 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 1, 2005
Publisher   Xulon Press
ISBN  1594678669  
ISBN13  9781594678660  


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Magical, Enchanting, Imaginative  Nov 20, 2007

Magical, Enchanting, Imaginative, August 25, 2006
Reviewer: Richard R. Blake (San Leandro, CA) - See all my reviews

Judy Le Blanc has given us an allegorical imaginative story of a young girl named Many Faces. Planning escape from the custody of her guardian, a witch, Mr. Moon comes to her aid. Mr. Moon directs her to the hidden keys, As she stealthily leaves she locks the witch in her cabin, tosses the keys and her adventure to freedom and Many Places begins.

As Many Faces continues her journey to Many Places she meets Mr. Time, Elusive, the butterfly of happiness, and Mr. Loneliness. Mr. Willow offered her rest. As she slept she dreamed of the Shadow of Death and the choice of Freedom. As she chose Freedom and continued on in her search of Many Places she met The Dove of peace, and the Eyes of Faith.

Following Eyes of Faith, Many Faces didn't see the storm coming. At the first notice of trouble she turned from following Eyes of Faith to take cover with Deception, Greedy, and Stingy. She soon learned about Betrayal, Hate, and Envy.

Turning her back on these negative influences she is led to Mount Splendor. On her climb she met Old Man Pain, who sent her on the path to discovering Love, Beauty, and Truth.

Many Faces strayed from the path and came upon the Land of the Forgotten, and the Lost Kingdom. During her sojourn there she learned to wear masks, and bow to the God of Money and to dwell in the Palace of Pleasure. She again found herself in bondage.

Escaping the tyranny of King Ekaf, Many Faces returned to following Eyes of Faith to resume the Ascent up Mount Splendor, and to once again discover faith, peace, and love. At the top she met the teacher, the veiled man, and found the secret of unveiling her own spirit.

Le Blanc has a gift for expressing profound truths simply with impact. I personally found the following to be especially insightful. Many Faces is confronted by the voice of fear. Many Faces stood up to fear and refused to turn back. She then heard his words: "To be paralyzed in the face of fear is only temporary, but to never go beyond is crippling for life."

The profound insights of "Many Faces to Many Places" will linger long after you have finished reading this remarkable story.
 
Many Faces to Many Places  Jul 17, 2007
Many Faces to Many Places is the allegorical spiritual journey of a young girl named Many Faces. At the very beginning of this story, Many Faces is imprisoned by a witch who won't allow the girl her freedom but with the help of the Moon Many Faces escapes her bonds. Once free, however, the girl is confused. She isn't exactly sure what she is supposed to do with her new found freedom and her new life. Now the real story begins as Many Faces explores the world as she meets and interacts with the River of Time, the Great Golden Butterfly of Happiness, the Eyes of Faith, the Dove of Peace, Loneliness, Betrayal, Greed, Deception, Pain, and Destiny.

Though the actual story would make a pretty decent children's adventure story, the real value of this work is in the allegorical nature of the piece. The spiritual journey is fraught with challenges and obstacles that are sometimes difficult to see and fully understand when you are actually in the situation. This story illustrates the potential challenges along the spiritual journey in an entirely different way so that the reader can distance him or herself from the process long enough to actually see his or her own obstacles and barriers.
 
Fairy tale  Oct 12, 2006
Reviewed by Joanne Benham for Reader Views (9/06)

"Many Faces to Many Places" is a difficult book to describe. Many Faces is a representative of all people and the many places she visits are the peaks and valleys of our spiritual growth. Many Faces has to decide what course to follow. Will she live in a dark cave, surrounded by Deception, Stingy, Greedy and Betrayal, or will she break free of them? As she leaves the cave, she is met once again by Eyes of Faith, her guardian, who leads her to Mount Splendor where she meets Beauty, who shows her the wonder of God's earth.

But it wasn't enough for Many Faces and she descended into the worst darkness of the human soul, losing all trust in her friends. She sets out to reclaim her destiny, arriving at the Land of Forgotten, home to people who spend their lives lusting for riches they do not possess and ruled by King Ekaf (Fake). The god they worshipped was money and Many Faces, renamed Maiden Eslaf (False) was awed by the riches she saw. The years passed and Many Faces remained mired in the lies and treachery of the Land of Forgotten, until one day something snapped and Many Faces broke free, determined to return to Mount Splendor and her friends there. As she begins the arduous journey, Many Faces is met by new friends who assist her on the journey to reclaim her lost soul.

This was a lovely book, very deceptive at first since it seems like a little fairy tale hiding a life lesson within its pages. But "Many Faces to Many Places" goes deeper, exposing all of mankind's inner demons as well as the true beauty that makes us human.
 
This is truly a work of appreciation  Sep 7, 2006
REVIEWED BY: S'hi D'Amour at Heartfelt Harmony - Australia

Fairytales have a magical power to capture our imaginations. They reach deep places within us by drawing on archetypal elements which resonate through us in mysterious but unavoidable ways. Although "Many Faces to Many Places" is not a fairytale, its allegorical nature rings a little of the same resonance. To write something of this nature is not an easy task. Firstly, traditional telling deepen our inner resonance by being known. Through their repetitive elements, being shaped gently generation to generation, they increase their longevity by subtle renewal. Secondly, as a society we have changed so much in our expectations of form and content, accessibility and packaging.

For these reasons alone, Judy Azar Le Blanc's little piece (91 pages) is truly a remarkable effort. It attempts a timeless quality but maintains a contemporary vitality. It hints at, what may be for some, very real experiences, while others may merely accept the telling symbolically. It remains deceptively simple, while touching on complex inner processes. Yet it should not be judged too quickly. Seeming to flow easily it is not really an easy read. It challenges you. Just when everything seems to be coming easily is when we may be most challenged by life. We take things for granted, don't value appropriately, and through the lack of allowing them to penetrate us, we can lose these simple and readily available gifts.

The character of Many Faces develops from this childlike face-value tasting of the world, through a deep rejecting and self-reflective phase, to come out the other side with a true appreciation for what life has to offer.

I would recommend re-reading a number of times to allow the shape and rhythm to work through you. Then buy a copy for a friend who you wish to acknowledge for what they are going through, or have helped you through. This is truly a work of appreciation, and that is a gift to share with all your friends.

S'hi D'Amour, Heartfelt Harmony - AUSTRALIA
 
Magical, Enchanting, Imaginative  Aug 26, 2006
Judy Le Blanc has given us an allegorical imaginative story of a young girl named Many Faces. Planning escape from the custody of her guardian, a witch, Mr. Moon comes to her aid. Mr. Moon directs her to the hidden keys, As she stealthily leaves she locks the witch in her cabin, tosses the keys and her adventure to freedom and Many Places begins.

As Many Faces continues her journey to Many Places she meets Mr. Time, Elusive, the butterfly of happiness, and Mr. Loneliness. Mr. Willow offered her rest. As she slept she dreamed of the Shadow of Death and the choice of Freedom. As she chose Freedom and continued on in her search of Many Places she met The Dove of peace, and the Eyes of Faith.

Following Eyes of Faith, Many Faces didn't see the storm coming. At the first notice of trouble she turned from following Eyes of Faith to take cover with Deception, Greedy, and Stingy. She soon learned about Betrayal, Hate, and Envy.

Turning her back on these negative influences she is led to Mount Splendor. On her climb she met Old Man Pain, who sent her on the path to discovering Love, Beauty, and Truth.

Many Faces strayed from the path and came upon the Land of the Forgotten, and the Lost Kingdom. During her sojourn there she learned to wear masks, and bow to the God of Money and to dwell in the Palace of Pleasure. She again found herself in bondage.

Escaping the tyranny of King Ekaf, Many Faces returned to following Eyes of Faith to resume the Ascent up Mount Splendor, and to once again discover faith, peace, and love. At the top she met the teacher, the veiled man, and found the secret of unveiling her own spirit.

Le Blanc has a gift for expressing profound truths simply with impact. I personally found the following to be especially insightful. Many Faces is confronted by the voice of fear. Many Faces stood up to fear and refused to turn back. She then heard his words: "To be paralyzed in the face of fear is only temporary, but to never go beyond is crippling for life."

The profound insights of "Many Faces to Many Places" will linger long after you have finished reading this remarkable story.


 

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