I had always been drawn to nature, but I found myself seeking its wisdom and solace even more.
(PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Even if you lose everything, the secret to regaining prosperity is as simple as taking a look around.
In her new book, “Today’s Note to Self: Nature’s secrets to living an extraordinary life” (published by Balboa Press), Geraldine Teggelove highlights tips for financial, spiritual and emotional prosperity. Teggelove gained inspiration for the book when nature’s spirits helped her overcome her own financial meltdown.
“At 57, my husband and I lost everything. At a time when others are thinking about retiring, we were packing up what was left of our possessions and trying to move on,” Teggelove says. “I had always been drawn to nature, but I found myself seeking its wisdom and solace even more.”
The book, which features photographs from Teggelove’s personal collection, highlights daily ‘notes-to-self’ that provide guidance and reminders from Mother Nature. From washed up on shore to lifting the fog and brushing away the cobwebs, Teggelove highlights nature’s lessons with a combination of photographs and reflections.
“My own photography is used to enhance the stories in the book,” Teggelove says. “The moments I captured were just that--unstaged moments of Mother Nature’s purest and most inspirational secrets. I hope to spread my messages and help others who have experienced similar losses.”
Connect with Geraldine at http://www.facebook.com/todaysnotetoself and @Phoenix_Music
“Today’s Note to Self: Nature’s secrets to living an extraordinary life”
By Geraldine Teggelove
Paperback, retail price: $27.95
Amazon e-book price: $3.99
About the author
Geraldine Teggelove lives in Eltham, Australia. Her first book was the international bestselling “Beyond Broke”, which she co-wrote with her husband Bill. A graduate of the University of Metaphysics-Sedona, Geraldine is a practicing metaphysical mentor and nature intuitive and spiritual healer. When she isn’t helping others, Geraldine enjoys spending time with her husband, 3 children and 6 grandchildren.
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