There are times when the old way of living ends. A job, a home, or health is lost. A partner leaves, dies, or is ravaged by disease or accident. Good friends move away. You earn a promotion but instead are let go. These endings take any number of forms. You want the next phase of your life to open up before you but nothing appears. All the strategies you employ to bring instant clarity and peace fail you. You are lost, lost in your own life. This book is written for those who have lost important parts to their lives and themselves and seek guidance and light until the new way takes form.
Most of us want to avoid these places altogether or at least get out of them quickly if they happen to us. Yet, as the external world around us crumbles, our interior life, strangely enough, comes into much sharper focus. Lost Between Lives presents an inward roadmap--at once profoundly spiritual yet wonderfully pragmatic--that allows us to stand more whole and complete, more confident and assured in the center of our own life when things seem to be falling apart. An African proverb says it best: When there is no enemy within, no enemy without can harm us. Lost Between Lives shows how to make this proverb your own.
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Published August 15, 2004
by WingFire Press.
Religion & Spirituality, Self Help.