Christiano urges readers to not only take his book as a guide to living closer to God within one’s self, but also as a tool to reaching inner balance and satisfaction in one’s life.
GILBERT, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 13, 2014
Author Daniel J. Christiano details the five paradoxes which he believes hamper the emotional, psychological and spiritual growth of the masses in his new book “Paradox: The Psychology of Spirituality” (published by iUniverse).
“Paradox” solidifies Christiano’s assertion that paradoxes are responsible for people’s personal growth by delving deeply into case studies of such instances, while offering a roadmap to a deeper relationship with God.
Christiano’s book invites the reader to examine his or her own spiritual and mental life in order to gain insight into the challenges he or she may face in order to resolve personal issues.
“The book will appeal to any reader who is seeking help in understanding themselves and is open to examining their experiences much like one does in therapy,” Christiano says. “Ultimately, the therapist is the reader his or herself and is guided by the Spirit, intuition or a higher power – all the names we have invented to take God out of our vocabulary and our experiences, for that matter, rather than finding Him within ourselves.”
Christiano urges readers to not only take his book as a guide to living closer to God within one’s self but also as a tool to reaching inner balance and satisfaction in one’s life.
By Daniel J. Christiano, Ph.D.
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 130 pages | ISBN 9780595655854
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 130 pages | ISBN 9780595263509
E-Book | 130 pages | ISBN 9781462088409
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Daniel J. Christiano received his Bachelor of Arts in psychology and his Master of Science in counseling from Canisuis College in Buffalo, New York. He completed his doctorate in counseling psychology at Arizona State University. He now maintains a private residence in Gilbert, Arizona.
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