Nashville, TN (PRWEB) March 16, 2007
Change. The very word can strike fear in the heart of many - and not in a spare-change-found-in-between-the-cushions-of-the-couch sense, but as in "it is time to make some changes" or "things are going to change around here" or "change of plans." Even something as seemingly simple as the change to daylight savings time can leave many of us feeling frazzled, frenetic or just in a funk. According to David Malin, a renowned healer and expert in coping with change, "Change - whether a time change, career or relationship change, transitioning into retirement, moving, growing older, parenting, or trying to break a habit - can be fraught with challenges. When facing change, it is important to remember that in spite of the struggle, change presents a remarkable opportunity for self-discovery, healing and growth."
A pioneer in the field of Alternative Medicine and healing since 1977, David Malin is author of the forthcoming Embracing Change: Transforming Life's Challenges with Courage and Grace (Beaufort Books, ISBN: 978-0-825305-44-3, $22, April 2007).
According to Malin, "As we are faced with darker/colder mornings due to the time change, we can choice to moan and complain about this change, or we could take it as an opportunity to rejoice for the extra hour of light and warmth we now have at the end of the day. May we each find a way to enjoy this gift of extra daylight at the end of our day, which we have never before had so early in the Spring."
Malin offers the following tips for coping with the time change, and suggests using the extra hour of light after work to:
- take your kids and/or dog to the park
- go for a run or walk
- find a buddy and: shoot some hoops
- grab your mitts and a ball and play some catch
- find a quiet place to watch the sunset
- take a nice stroll breathing in the smells and sounds of spring
- go fishing
- plant some flowers or vegetables
- take time to reflect and be thankful for the "found time"
David Malin, a licensed Physical Therapist, is a skilled Medical Intuitive who has been practicing in the field of Alternative Medicine since 1977. Malin's work was featured on a television special on Alternative Medicine which aired in both the U.S. and abroad. Currently, Malin serves as a Doctor of Divinity in the capacity of spiritual healer and consultant through the Compassionate Order of Service and does service work worldwide. Beaufort Books is an independent book publisher headquartered in New York. Embracing Change will be available in better bookstores nationwide and through online retailers in April, 2007. Members of the news media wishing to request an advance review copy of Embracing Change, or an interview with author David Malin, are kindly asked to contact Maryglenn McCombs by phone - (615) 297-9875, or by email.