PERTH, Australia (PRWEB) August 06, 2014
Author Elvira Divina Fernandes shares her journey through life and her thoughts on God and sex in her new memoir, “Sailing Through Life: My Life with God, Spirituality, and Sexuality” (published by Balboa Press AU).
Fernandes describes her life as ordinary. She is, in essence, referring to her position as housewife and mother. Her true story, however, describes a woman defined by much more than her occupation.
Fernandes’ story takes readers on an intimate and profound journey of faith and sexuality as she grows from a passive teenager into a confident and proud woman. She explains her endeavor to live a life of courage, spirituality, faith and sensuality in a way so as to encourage others to take such a path for themselves as well.
“‘Sailing Through Life’ is about our own boundaries, and its closeness to freedom of feelings and growth,” Fernandes says. “It is from my deepest, the urge to share aloud courage, love, joy and being willing to live life without drama and fearless.”
An excerpt from “Sailing Through Life”:
“We can always protect and nurture our inner light, spirituality, and sexuality to fulfil our journey towards complete wholeness of body, soul, heart, and mind.”
About the Author
Elvira Divina Fernandes was born in Brazil, studied in Australia and lived in Argentina before returning to Australia. She has a degree in economic science, is a Reiki practitioner, is a researcher of quantum and magnetic energy for personal development for fifteen years, and is a published poet.
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