Each of us is given certain challenges on our journey to awaken us to new truths, expand our consciousness, and show us better ways to conduct our lives.
Pine, Arizona (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
Do setbacks in life inspire you, or are you willing to learn from them? Carena del Uno, a student of spiritual and metaphysical teachings, shares insights gleaned from life’s challenges in her new book “Welcoming Oneness.” She was given verses and poems from the immaterial realms that were key in overcoming those challenges. As she shares these learned truths with her audience, she hopes to help people expand their consciousness and find gentle ways to make choices.
“Each of us is given certain challenges on our journey to awaken us to new truths, expand our consciousness, and show us better ways to conduct our lives,” del Uno says.
The teachings in “Welcoming Oneness” ultimately point to the unity of all people and things. They also point to the importance of unconditional love. Del Uno’s wisdom applies to people in all situations and walks of life as it encourages people to realize that, though they are connected to a Higher Source, they must take responsibility for their thoughts, feelings and actions.
“These [words] gave me solace, peace, joy and understanding, and because being physical in this material world, I felt it was part of my mission of unconditional love to make them available to others,” del Uno says.
The verses in del Uno’s book teach people to value themselves and their challenges. It encourages people to work with setbacks as they can lead to joy through an expanding of consciousness.
By Carena del Uno
ISBN: 978-1-47976-922-3 (sc); 978-1-47976-923-0 (hc); 978-1-47976-924-7 (e)
Approximately 117 pages
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
About the author
Carena del Uno is a long-time student of the spiritual realm. After 12 years of higher education, she could not find what she sought until she joined The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. She has been co-facilitator of the Temple of Truth and was elected Master of the Traditional Martinist Order for Southern California for two years. Today, she spends time meditating, practicing Tai Chi and spending time in nature.