My year has begun with a collection of self-help and inspirational books to review. Check out today’s book review for Align: Living and Loving from the True Self by Harmony Kwiker.
This book looks like a heavy read, but I got through it quite easily. It is written in a conversational tone that I found easy to follow, and the author imparts personal experiences to help describe the psychological profiles in the book. I enjoyed reading the book for its comparison between scientific and psychological factors of the human condition, and their connection to the spiritual and “other” world that we sometimes struggle to accept. There was some interesting information relating to childhood trauma that resonated with me, and I do feel that this book has enriched me and given me something to work with during my selfcare practice.
About the Book
‘She is the compassionate therapist and gifted spiritual teacher that we need to guide us on our journey through life. This book is a gift.’ Dr. Arielle Schwartz, author of The Post-Traumatic Growth Guidebook and The Complex PTSD Workbook.
There is a fundamental core within each of us where our true nature resides. Our learned patterns of relating to ourselves and the world cause us to get pulled off our center, coming out of alignment with our True Self. While these conditioned patterns were at one time useful, continuing to live from them prevents us from experiencing the ease and beauty of our own true nature. In this remarkable exploration of the human condition, Harmony Kwiker provides a clear and comprehensive map to rediscovering how to live and love from the True Self, including how to come back to wholeness by accessing your subtle energy body, how to embody your alignment in all of your relationships and how to explore sexual intimacy in a sacred way.
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