Freedom from the Inside Out: A Guide for the Wounded Self
is a moving true story of a young woman who, after riding a tidal wave of trauma throughout her early life, finds a spiritual safe harbor within. The author was abandoned by her parents at birth and afterward endured abuse at the hands of her adoptive family. Then, without support, she fought a solitary battle with cancer as a teenager. Nathalie grapples with the "why" of our suffering, touching upon such concepts as reincarnation, soul advancement through wisdom, and healing by unconditional love. She demonstrates how even our deepest wounds can be overcome. This unpretentious drama unfolds bit by bit, revealing the emotion of her suffering and rebirth. It will be difficult, especially for those who have known abuse or tragedy, to remain unaffected by such a heartfelt tale of universal truth. The author offers a gift of hope with a universal message of interest to others from all walks of life.
Crafted in a simple, lyrical style, Freedom from the Inside Out is about the journey to transformation and wholeness. The story uses snapshots of the author's life, ways in which balance and a proper perspective lead to new beginnings. Through examples and encouragement, readers are empowered to embrace personal challenges with courage and grace.