This book offers insights of why they feel so blocked and confused about who they truly are.
PENDER ISLAND, British Columbia (PRWEB) December 12, 2012
Author Alma C. Lightbody shows readers that learning to communicate with their inner selves will give them the freedom to succeed in all areas of life in her new nonfiction lifestyle guide, “You’re Not the Boss of Me: Discover Your Authentic Self” (published by iUniverse).
“Many people have no idea how controlled they are by ‘bosses’ of the world,” Lightbody explains. “The book creates an awareness about where these bosses come from and how limiting and unhealthy their control is. Acknowledgement of this false identity offers us an opportunity for change and growth as we search for who we are truly meant to be.”
Using personal examples from her own life, Lightbody shows readers how to take responsibility for their choices, find their own truth about what really matters to them and stand up for what they believe. Her manual presents definitions and information about how influences from various stages in life imprint and mould the personality and discusses how the body speaks to and communicates with people. Lightbody also helps readers understand the energetic and physical systems that support all living things as she guides her audience through charts of possibilities.
“In this world of change and chaos people are looking for answers to the meaning of life,” Lightbody asserts. “This book offers insights of why they feel so blocked and confused about who they truly are.”
About the Author
Alma C. Lightbody is a light worker with 20 years of experience in energy and Shamanic work. She holds degrees in medical technology and an MBA in business. Lightbody coauthored “My Wonderful Nightmare.” She and her husband, Mack, live on Pender Island, British Columbia.
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