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Navigating hope [sound recording] : [how to turn life's challenge into a journey
Myss, Caroline M.
Adult Fiction BF637.S4 M966 2010

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Summary: We know that hope is a powerful ally in challenging times, but can we consciously "practice: hope and learn to rely on it as a constant guide? On Navigating Hope, Caroline Myss helps us turn life's difficulties into a voyage of transformation. With her trademark blend of down-to-earth practicality and inspired mysticism, she offers an "itinerary for the soul" to help us thrive in the face of uncertainty and transition. This wholly original two-CD program empowers listeners to: Celebrate the positive in our lives with genuine gratitude Tap into the wisdom of history, our "wise cosmic elder" Create a support team of companions and collaborators to keep us on course. Invoke "the grace of illumination"--sacred counsel that emerges from trust and integrity "Familiar ground is being swept away right in front of our eyes," explains Caroline Myss. "But let us remember that a rising tide of hope lifts all humanity." Navigating Hope is her response to the growing need for guidance amidst life's storms, one that addresses both our inner landscape and our outer circumstances.


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