Crazy World, Peaceful Heart: 6 Core Practices for Cultivating Joy and Resilience

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BalboaPress, Oct 17, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 88 pages

This beautifully written book wraps its arms around you like a comforting, wise mother. Youll feel calmer just reading it; however it also offers a variety of simple and practical activities to help you recapture a sense of peace in this hectic world in which we live."

Debbie LaChusa, author of Breaking the Spell: The Truth About Money, Success, and the Pursuit of Happiness

Crazy World, Peaceful Heart inspires you with accessible wisdom and tools to befriend your body, mind, and spirit. Sharon Rosens healing muse is a precious gift to your life.

Laura Alden Kamm, author of Intuitive Wellness

Ever wish you could stop the world for just a little while?

Do you get frustrated trying to figure out why you can't hold on to the peaceful moments for very long?

Crazy World, Peaceful Heart provides a path to the peace you seek. Along the way, you will learn why "falling off the path" is an important and unavoidable piece of the journey and why true balance often feels so elusive.


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Initiate Small Physical Movements Daily
Consult Your Inner Guidance System
Sanctify Daily Life With Gratitude
The True Harvest
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Sharon Helene Rosen was born to explore, integrate and share an array of the world’s most effective healing tools. Always drawn to alternative lifestyles, her interest was heightened by a desire to heal her own physical and emotional issues that began in high school. This quest led her to become certified as a massage therapist, Reiki master/teacher, kabbalistic healer, wellness coach and meditation instructor, with a wide range of healing modalities gathered along the way. Her focus in every encounter is on evoking the innate ability we each have to hold stress-in-balance and thrive in the midst of a crazy, busy life. Clients value her deep listening, comforting, non-judgmental manner, intuitive insights and comprehensive approach to holistic healing. For 25 years Sharon has led thousands of clients from overwhelm, frustration and pain to clarity, ease and relief. As they release physical and emotional discomforts, they find they can be more productive, experience better relationships and get more joy out of life. Sharon has had articles published in magazines including Yoga Journal, Relevant Times and Holistic Living, and is a featured author at and She makes her home between the Shawangunk Ridge and the Hudson River in Highland, New York. This is her first book.

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