A Time to Be Free: Daily Meditations for Enhancing Self-Esteem

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Bantam Books, Dec 1, 1990 - Religion - 417 pages
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To attain inner peace, to overcome addiction, to move beyond the corrosive effects of fear, guilt, and anger, you need a strong sense of self-esteem.A Time To Be Free, by the author of A Day At A Time and A New Day, examines the issues that must be addressed and the steps that can be taken to help you realize your own self-worth.  Here are 365 meditations, divided into weekly themes, such as breaking the chains of anger and guilt, tools for self-discovery, living in the present, courage, letting go, and making choices, as well as affirmations that put into words the resolutions that will lead you to health and wholeness. A Time To Be Free is an inspiring daily guide for anyone who desires greater confidence and healthy self-love.

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Contents

The Influences That Shape Us
1
Alienation
9
Guilt
17
Copyright

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