Messaging: A Spiritual Path Toward Healing from Grief

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iUniverse, Feb 7, 2011 - Religion - 284 pages

The Messaging Process is a tool that allows you to dialogue and write through the negative thought patterns associated with grief and move you toward the truth of spirit that exists in your heart.

The Messaging Process will:

Guide you through a 15 day process of writing and internal exploration as you begin the healing journey through grief.

Discover love and truth in the midst of grief.

Allow you to gain an understanding of your emotions and learn to recognize and appreciate these internal signals as messengers toward self empowerment and healing.

Encourage you to gain a greater connection to spirit

through visualization, affirmations, prayer and meditation.

Invite you to be willing to release your grief and allow the experience to be integrated into your life as you awaken and remember the sanctuary of your soul.

Allow you to understand and implement the power of creativity into your healing.

This Process will return you to love, spirit and wholeness as you journey through grief on your spiritual path toward healing.

This book also includes Heavenly Messages~Forever In My Heart poems written by Debra Ann. They are her unique brand of messages that offer words to the silence of grief. These messages are published as spiritual eternity cards. They were inspired by the memory and written in honor of all who are no longer with us but who remain in our hearts forever.

 

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Debra Ann holds a Masters Degree from St. John's University School of Human Services and Education, New York. As a Certified Emotional Intelligence Life Coach and Spiritual Teacher she hopes to elevate power of healing through Self awareness and soul exploration by offering a process that allows you to fully integrate the experience of grief in a healthy, loving, honorable way.

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