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Mending a wounded life can mean healing from substance abuse, physical or emotional abuse; it can mean coping with grief, or dealing with feelings of unworthiness, anger or emptiness. Page by page, on the path to living lovingly, Brenda Grey takes her reader from struggle and sorrow to peace and fulfillment by offering gentle words and positive meditations.
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Brenda Grey holds a Bachelor of Science and had been schooled in abuse and addiction counseling. She has counseled people from all walks of life over the years, and is dedicated to the development of positive self-esteem techniques in others.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Believe in the power of healing. Believe in the healing process. There will be times when new emotions emerge and you may become frightened. Let yourself experience these emotions; they are just part of what has been repressed. Real happiness comes from healing. There is a newly found joy that emerges, grows and fills your heart, until one day it becomes the total energy force in your life. When this happens, all sorrow will leave you.
Meditation - Think about the happiest moment in your life. It may have been a walk on a beach, or the smile of an innocent child. Concentrate totally on the joy you felt. Acknowledge that this is what you seek to have in your heart all the time, and it will be given to you.
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Book Description Creative Bound, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0921165447
Book Description Creative Bound, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0921165447