There are some journeys that we must make for ourselves. The most important of those journeys is finding ourselves under all the layers of decades of family input, school, society, and, indeed, the expectations of those we most love.
Lynne Saint has brightened that journey; helped to energize the path with the exuberance of her writing, her travel atlas, if you will, to make the journey not only enlightening as to why we are where we are, but to offer a string to guide you the maze of life experience that tends to weigh down the heart and soul and divert them from their truly intended journey through each person's unique spark and reason for being here.
Lynne has crafted this book wonderfully with each step taken lighting the one to come after. Each chapter, each part of you, emerges with light shining in the dark corners that have been holding you back.
Do you have "energy vampires" in your life?
Have you been told "this is the way it has always been done?"
Do your responsibilities and "to do" list leave no time for you?
Well, Finding Your Way Back to You is a book that time must be made for if you feel you are not living your life, but carrying on beliefs of past generations, expectations of others, too filled schedules, and/or exhaustion from all of it smashing into you like your personal tsunami that is drowning out your voice.
Step by step Lynne guides you: asking questions, providing guidelines, leaving a place for your thoughts, your "Ah, HA!" moments. Join Lynne for her Four Elements of Commitment to assist you in demanding more of yourself for you. If you are a person who likes to write things down, Lynne provides you space for that making her words and your journal quite personal.
From cleaning out all kinds of old "stuff" both physical and mental, to rooting out all those limiting beliefs, Lynne makes the journey doable, even fun! That is one of the things I really like about this book, that it is not tedious, not filled with the traumas of other peoples' lives. This is your journey; the wheel of your life to fill in with balance,
with compassion toward yourself.
What is your self-image of yourself? If you sat down and drew a little stick figure of yourself would it be perky, dismal, lethargic, crunched over, exuberant? If there is room for improvement of how you view yourself, then you need Finding Your Way Back to You! Ask yourself what you have succeeded in, excelled in...and then let Lynne help your find yourself in your future self!