Colours of Your Life by Steve Dinga
Creating the Life You Desire through Healing

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Have you ever wanted to reconnect with your childlike spirit and live with peace, joy, gratitude, happiness, and an expanded presence of love in your life?  By healing past disappointments and traumatic experiences, Colours of Your Life provides a framework to aid the process of forgiving yourself and others and opening your heart to the possibility of living life to the fullest.For those who are in recovery, Colours of Your Life presents a foundation to continue the work of twelve-step programs.  For those seeking a deeper sense of peace and fulfillment, it serves as a holistic approach to wellness.  And to those who have been on a healing path, it anchors your spiritual awakening by providing a daily, ongoing discipline to follow.Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you can return to a place of peace and love, a place you have only left in your thoughts, not in reality.  You can experience a deeper sense of love in the present moment, aware of your authentic self, free to create the colours of your life.
“For the bee a flower is the fountain of life, and to the flower a bee is a messenger of love, and to both the bee and the flower, the giving and receiving of pleasure is a need and an ecstasy.” (The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran)
 

About Steve Dinga

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In "Colours Of Your Life", Steve Dinga shares his personal experience of healing from trauma and addiction. His thirty year healing journey included a relentless pursuit of spirituality through 12 step principles, spiritual disciplines such as Course in Miracles and Science of Mind, self improvement retreats, and a series of wellness and support groups focused on healing work in codependency. Steve's intention is to make the universe a better place through healing from our individual experiences of the past with inspired action and to deepen our spiritual awareness. He resides in Palm Springs, California.
 
Published September 5, 2012 by BalboaPress. 84 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Self Help. Non-fiction

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