Connecting with your soul can be one of the most important things when you are dealing with loss of any kind. Sometimes, it can feel the only thing of certainty in a time of massive change.
But what about when you can’t find your soul? What about if you feel abandoned by it? What do you do then?
I’m one of the contributing authors in a new book out today, click on the image to see it on Amazon.co.uk. My first two tips are in the first section, just look for my name 🙂
It contains one tip for each day of the year from over 200 authors, including Arielle Ford, Peggy McColl, Christy Whitman...and me!
When you are connected to your own soul, in whatever way you describe that, you are automatically connected to all that is. What’s more, it’s only then a hop away from knowing at a deep level that you ARE ‘all that is’. This is so nourishing, and is what I share towards the end of my book Gifted By Grief.
But it’s easy to feel as if you are disconnected, unplugged and lost. So in this book are hundreds of different inspirational ways for you to plug back in.
Here are the book’s chapters:
- Soulful Practices
- Gratitude, Love, & Prayer
- Nature & Animals
- Playing & Having Fun
- Wellness & Self-Care
- Creativity & Writing
- Angels, Spirit Guides, & the Ethereal
- Thoughts, Feelings, & Our Vibrations
In addition to helping others connect with their souls, this book will also help many animals since 5% of all profits from book sales will go to the Jane Goodall Institute.