Life is an amazing gift, and in cherishing the moments, remembering the lessons, in practicing the truth, Vanessa by the Sea reminds people of the immense power of love that resides within our lives to shift perceptions, creating everyday miracles, no matter what the circumstance. Vanessa by the Sea follows writer Melanie Lutz as she “walks into the water” of true being ness in equanimity with the soul in this spiritual exploration of waking up to the deeper conversation of life.  

Vanessa by the Sea Cover V2Life is a school in which we learn through experience.

After divorcing through Couples therapy writer Melanie Lutz hears a Voice that repeats ‘Don’t beat up the gifts you have been given.  Love always remains the answer.”   Hearing a voice is one thing, listening is another. Vanessa by the Sea shares the working relationship between a client and her therapist to uncover the truth of that message using the road by the ocean as a metaphor for the gateway to the unconscious inspiring life’s biggest lesson in unconditional love and friendship.

What would the world be like if Love always remained the answer, if all of the thoughts flying in the air were loving? Imagine the possibilities of peace, productivity and prosperity on the planet.

No matter what the question, love always remains the answer.

Told in process of healing and transformation, Vanessa by the Sea Book 1 and Book 2, bring together one story of healing from two points of view.

May you enjoy the blessings offered in these works of non-fiction.

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