MARKHAM, Ontario (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
Helen Connolly could conjure up many reasons to be unhappy. The survivor of a 2008 terrorist attack that left two of her close friends dead, and of a pelvic injury that nearly killed her, Connolly has instead found an abundance of reasons to be happy.
Drawing from her past experiences—both the good and the bad—Connolly shares compelling insights and uplifting stories designed to help readers find happiness and become more satisfied with life in her new book, In-Sourced.
The concept for the book was born from Connolly’s daily observations as a spiritual teacher, yoga instructor and mother of two.
In a fast-paced world, it’s common to find people who are constantly on the move, frantically searching for ‘something more.’ Sound familiar?
Rather than looking outward for sources of happiness and fulfillment, “Look inward,” Connolly says.
“I feel very strongly that people from all walks of life are hungry for something more than the material myth of perfect happiness,” says Connolly. “When ordinary folks are faced with extraordinary circumstances, like school shootings, floods, tsunamis and terrorist attacks, their lives need not be destroyed. They can, in fact, rise above and be more than they have ever been.”
Speaking from experience, Connolly urges readers to be who they truly are, drop illusory stories and play with her in original innocence.
In-Sourced: Contemplations for Conscious & Miraculous Living
By Helen Connolly
Approx. 194 pages
Retail price: $14.99
E-book price: $3.99
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble
About the author
Helen Connolly is a spiritual teacher who uses yoga, meditation, uplifting story and conscious conversation to alert others to the truth of who they are. She is the founder of Ah Yogahh, the mother of two grown children and lives an everyday, miraculous life with her husband in Markham, Ontario.