Achieving Everlasting Joy: A Journey-Map
Every once in a while something comes along that is pure dynamite. It is so with this small and potent book. It is about inspiration, psychology, spirituality and self-growth. It is not a "therapy" per se, yet it is more than the sum total of all of the above.
In actuality, it is a softer, more compassionate, transforming way of life and living, perceived by the wisdom of the ancient Peruvian Inca Indians, wide open both emotionally and spiritually, with a sophistication not realized in our "so-called" modern society.
It is a book for people like you and me who are serious about wanting and finding JOY everlasting, without the pressures of competition, hierarchy, and aggression. It is a gentle pathway to alignment with the sacred consciousness and the coming of the divine within the inner being.
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I don't think the cover of this book gives credit to how deep and meaningful it truly is. I found it on line when I was searching out the meaning "second level warrior" and then I couldn't stop reading it. Everything it she said about the emotions in the west and the denial of joy along with aggressive shadow emotions and fierce anger towards others was right on the spot for what I was struggling with. I am going to buy this book because spirit brought it to me today.
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