How to Thrive in Changing Times: Simple Tools to Create True Health, Wealth, Peace, and Joy for Yourself and the Earth Paperback – Jan 1 2010
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About the Author
Sandra Ingerman, MA, is a licensed therapist and the author of numerous books including How to Heal Toxic Thoughts, Soul Retrieval, and Medicine for the Earth: How to Transform Personal and Environmental Toxins. She is also the author of several lecture programs produced by Sounds True. Sandra lives in New Mexico and can be found online at www.sandraingerman.com.
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Sandra talks in such a manner as to engage both your mind and heart,
in simple easy-to-read form. There is a natural flow with her words.
There are multiple suggestions you may pick from to add meaning and
focus to your day.
I encourage you to treat yourself and buy this book. I believe you will feel encouraged, anchored and connected to what's important, as we strive together to 'thrive in changing times'.
So if you'd like hear more from this great healer and author, check out the interview at [...]
-- Annette Epifano, New Connexion Journal
Spiritual masters over the years have taught that our thoughts determine our lives. Now we also know that these thoughts can even affect the environment around us. And if we can get together as a group, these healing thoughts are even more powerful.
How do we do this? Ingerman provides rituals and exercises designed to bring about positive changes in our lives and in the world. These can be done alone or in a group setting.
How to Thrive in Changing Times reminds us that we have the ability to do so much more than we believe. We may be the limiting force in our lives, but we can change our thoughts and the outcomes of those thoughts. And in changing ourselves, we can help to change the world.
Reviewer: Alice Berger