“I recently read Marg Kinneen’s book “Cinderella and the Divine Feminine”. This book holds a special place in that it is an adult fairy tale but it presents radically new concepts within the framework of the well-known Cinderella story in a beautiful light, accessible way. The bright, fresh watercolour illustrations and simply laid out text guide you through, but you are inspired to pause and think more carefully about the information ‘tale’ that is being presented. The regular ‘word magic’ deconstructions reveal that Marg has a talent for putting new meaning into phrases that we feel we know well. Like all good fairy tales there is drama featured here but there’s the overriding message of hope: for the evolution of us into humans who, in truly loving and accepting ourselves, are able to create the dreams of our own Happily Ever After. For me, by the end of this tale it creates the feeling that we have the means and wisdom within us to achieve that.”Heather Joy Leane
“(Marg) has drawn together seemingly divergent thoughts and ideas from her study of language, Christian theology and mysticism, and scientific discoveries.
From these she has woven a credible thesis of the human condition as being an evolution into a possibility of transcendence beyond our present self-imposed limitations.”Dr Hira Singh
A fascinating study of the mind, body and soul, from the cellular to the psychic.
Marg is a gifted writer who sees hidden meanings in every day words”Lyndsay Blue