Asheville, NC (PRWEB) August 1, 2005
We all long to love and be loved. Thankfully, our hearts are divinely designed to feed us, body and soul, with universal Love flowing from lifeÂs Creator. The newly published workbook, Themes of Illumination, Opening to God Within: 52 Weeks of Divine Contemplations, takes the reader through simple steps to reconnect with the love and power of God. Free from religious dogma and sexist stereotypes, Themes is a unique and joyous journey home to True Self, to Divinity within. To read excerpts, visit http://www.trafford.com/05-0696
Written by an Interfaith Minister, who has conquered many addictions and great despair using the methods presented, it details a path home to God while offering much spiritual sustenance. Focusing on each very short chapter for one week, following suggestions for contemplation and simple action, the reader is guided on a profound journey. For author interview, see http://www.spiritinthesmokies.com.
Through an awareness of Divine Source living within us, the heart expands, opening to ever greater love, peace, joy and purpose. No pollyannaÂs or preaching Â just simple guidance for rediscovering Divinity, alive and well within - which gracefully eliminates fear and self-loathing, creative blocks and compulsive behaviors, bad attitudes and senseless suffering.
This book differs from many religious, self-help or new age materials available. It combines practical wisdom from numerous faiths, with proven behavioral psychology methods, and new understandings from quantum physics about the nature of life itself - all wrapped up in everyday language with an easy and sensible format.
Rev. Dyer has a MasterÂs Degree in Psychology, over 20 years diverse clinical experience, and is known nationally for her writing, counseling, and guided meditation CD, Grounded in Love. She has served for 6 years as co-editor of AshevilleÂs Spirit in the Smokies Magazine, and previously as editor for WomenÂs Voices (Hembra) in New Mexico. She is a western North Carolina native who provides holistic counseling nationally, and writes from her home in Weaverville, NC.