Cork City, Ireland (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
While suffering from depression and other personal issues, author Neal J. Yohas found redemption by accessing his dormant spiritual side through yoga. He shares his journey of healing in his new book “High, Low. Cry, Know” (published by Balboa Press).
The transformation, self-discovery and healing Yohas found from the depression and alienation he felt from himself and others came only through yoga, optimism, completeness, understanding and acceptance, he says.
An excerpt from “High, Low. Cry, Know”:
"‘I died a long slow painful death only to be reborn a far better version of myself. A version I had little idea existed never mind I could actually become. This is what happened…’
Adversity can shape us into something better. I should be dead by now. But I am more alive than ever. This is how and why.”
“I had to break down to be put back together properly,” Yohas says. “This journey has made me the man I am today and I am proud of who I am and what I have come through. This book is written to assist and inspire others who may be dissatisfied with their lives, or who may be suffering from depression, to change or realize there is a way out.”
Yohas gives readers otherwise unattainable access to his head, heart and soul because it is in those places – and on a yoga mat – where this book takes place.
“High, Low. Cry, Know”
By Neal J. Yohas
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 484 pages | ISBN 9781452586045
E-Book | 484 pages | ISBN 9781452586038
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Neal J. Yohas has always had a curiosity about life, people, nature, the world and the cosmos.
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