It’s been many years since I’ve had kids at home who are starting a new school year, yet come September I always think about new beginnings.
The past month, my mailbox has been filled with new books that can help you reinvent yourself and make positive change. Since it’s September (can you believe it), I thought I’d share a few of the titles that resonated with me, in the hope that they may resonate with you too.
(Note: I’m giving away a copy of Do One Thing Every Day That Makes You Happy, so read on and enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below!)
The Power of Positive Energy by Tanaaz Chubb
This paperback includes “everything you need to awaken your soul, raise your vibration, and manifest an inspired life.”
Being a yogi, I really like this book. It’s an easy read with techniques to invite positive energy and gratitude into your life. Tanaaz is the founder of ForeverConscious,com, a site that promotes spiritual well-being.
According to Tanaaz, “Positive energy is anything that makes you feel good, and feeling good happens when a vibration resonates with your soul.” She says that your energetic vibration dictates how you see the world: “People who are vibrating on a higher frequency tend to be able to see the positive side to any situation, whereas people operating on a lower frequency tend to only be able to focus on negatives.”
How are your vibrations today? Most days I’m more positive.
By following her exercises Tanaaz says “readers can adjust their auras to emit calm, peaceful, and positive energy instead of unhappiness or stress.” Know wonder I like Tanaaz’s book! BTW, this topic is SO TRENDY, with nearly 1 million #positiveenergy hashtags on Instagram.
Writing For Bliss by Diana Raab, PhD
If you like to use writing as a creative outlet or have thought about writing a memoir during your life after 50, Diana’s book is for you. Diana is an award-winning memoirist, poet, speaker, educator and survivor.
The subhead for her book is “A Seven-Step Plan For Telling Your Story and Transforming Your Life.” To master this plan, she provides prompts in each chapter for both the seasoned writer and novice writer and she does it in a mindful way. As you follow the prompts you may feel like you are going through a therapy session with the written word. Continue reading