From the moment their daughter Luna was born, Tom and Claire realized Luna could see things that others around her could not. As Luna grew older, she spoke about her trips with what they thought was an imaginary friend to non-earthly realms. Claire and Tom would discount and discourage Luna when she talked about events that hadn’t yet happened and being visited by spirits that had crossed from the Earth plane.
Luna’s eccentricity had not gone unnoticed by her grandmother Anna, for she too had a secret that would eventually be revealed to the family.
Luna’s contact with her astral guide ends as she enters junior high school, and is was left alone to grapple with her spiritual mission. Shortly after high school graduation, Luna is led to the Southwest where she meets a Native American Indian elder and finds the path that she will follow for the rest of her life.
Luna’s journey captures the tension that sharing her other-worldly experiences creates with her parents, teachers and peers. But in the end, it also provides Luna a healing through self love and the understanding and acceptance of her life’s purpose.