While strong reviews are exciting and humbling, the most important objective for me is to share my experience, strength and hope with all those individuals who may be struggling with addiction, recovery or simply need to be spiritually reenergized.
Scranton, PA (PRWEB) November 17, 2010
Creator of the Inner Harmony Approach, Integrative Medicine pioneer and globally respected teacher, Peter Amato announced today that his highly anticipated book, “Soul Silence”, has officially been released and is available everywhere fine books are sold. International powerhouse, HCI Books, published “Soul Silence” and expects a wonderful response to Peter’s powerful book.
Born and raised in Scranton, PA, Peter insisted that he honor his roots by kicking off his international book tour in his hometown. His tour began on Thursday November 4th, 2010, when Peter made a special appearance at Anthology Books in downtown Scranton. Peter was on-hand to sign a limited number of copies before embarking on a conference and promotional book tour scheduled to run through 2011. According to the owners of Anthology Books, Peter’s book signing was the most successful they have ever had.
While Mr. Amato's Inner Harmony Wellness Center brought integrative medicine to Scranton in 1997, Peter has been traveling the globe in pursuit of the most advanced healing techniques and studying from the best in the world of integrative medicine and spiritual enlightenment. With support and insight from colleagues like Dr. Andrew Weil and Deepak Chopra, Peter Amato has captured his own unique experience in “Soul Silence” and the book is getting rave reviews.
“While strong reviews are exciting and humbling, the most important objective for me is to share my experience, strength and hope with all those individuals who may be struggling with addiction, recovery or simply need to be spiritually reenergized.” Amato added, “I am filled with gratitude and feel so fortunate to be in a position to help people find comfort.”
For more information on Peter Amato, “Soul Silence” or any of the programs presented at http://www.peteramato.com, contact: 570.346.4621 or email: info(at)ihwc(dot)com.
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