It is hard for people to connect spirituality and science because most do not have in-depth understanding of scientific principles.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) August 17, 2015
After a series of unfortunate events in her life nearly 20 years ago, biology professor Dr. Cynthia S. Toth found herself angry with God. One night, she was visited by a spiritual force that wrapped her in warmth, love and contentment, which she describes as her “spiritual awakening.” As a result of her experience, Dr. Toth gained a clear understanding of energy levels humans have in addition to their physical bodies, and the aura that permeates from them.
In her book, “Science of the Soul,” Dr. Toth explains what the energy body is, how it is different from the physical body and why it has a powerful impact on the health of the individual.
“It is hard for people to connect spirituality and science because most do not have in-depth understanding of scientific principles,” Dr. Toth said.
Dr. Toth also presents scientific information about the positive effects of meditation and prayer on the body, why and how prayer works and how to meditate and manifest effectively using scientific principles.
“It is essential that people learn to use their God-given power, and understand that we are spiritual beings who are having a human experience,” Dr. Toth said. “We can change and heal our lives no matter the circumstances.”
Dr. Toth also encourages readers to live from the soul by staying on their own spiritual paths, and to use filters in their lives prior to making decisions.
For more information, visit http://www.drcynthiatoth.com.
Science of the Soul
By Dr. Cynthia S. Toth
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press
About the author
Dr. Cynthia S. Toth is a writer, professional speaker and scientist. She has a doctorate degree in biology from St. John’s University, and is currently an associate professor of biology. She is also the founder of Align Balance Life Energy, Inc. She was born in Hungary, and moved with her family to the United States to escape communist influence in the 1960s.
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