Guilt is designed to motivate us to live beyond the grip of judging ourselves and the judgments we place on others.
Vancouver (PRWEB) April 08, 2015
Many view guilt as a negative or crippling emotion, but can it actually be a constructive and positive sentiment?
Spiritual Life Teacher, Alvin Epp believes so. He supports this claim in his new book, “Through the Eyes of Guilt.”
“Life is not meant to be lived guilt free,” Epp said. “Guilt is designed to motivate us to live beyond the grip of judging ourselves and the judgments we place on others so that we can live in the freedom of discovering our true selves.”
“Through the Eyes of Guilt” begins by describing guilt in the context of religion relationships and human motivation and then explores how Epp views meditation as a means to connect through a spiritual dynamic to our true selves.
For more information or to connect with Alvin, please visit http://www.alvinepp.com.
“Through the Eyes of Guilt”
By Alvin Epp
Available at: Amazon, Balboa and Barnes and Noble online bookstores
About the Author
Alvin and Jacquie live in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He has four fantastic kids who are now well on their way in life. Alvin has two favorite pastimes: playing piano and sailing the Gulf Islands in and around Vancouver.