Thursday, April 30, 2009

self renewal

there's a guide coming out for us moms out there. hell, i think it could just be for people in general. it's beautifully illustrated, with pretty fonts and nice colors. i know i know, i'm a total sucker for things that are pleasing to the eye.

anyway, after numerous emails sent to my inbox about a free download of this book during mother's day weekend (may 8-10), i decided to go see what it was about. (no, i'm not getting paid for this- i'm sure a lot of you got the same emails) you know what though? i really liked it. i don't talk much about how spiritual i am. how i believe fully in things like past lives and soulmates. how i believe that we are spiritual beings who forget to take time out for ourselves because we're so caught up in doing things for everyone else. you know, like being a good wife or a good mother, or a good friend, etc. it's easy to forget about what we need. what we should do to re-energize emotionally and spiritually. how easy it is to do just that, but we often forget to take the time to do it. we'te not good at telling others no.

it's also easy to lose sight of what it is we truly want. our hopes, dreams, goals, etc. i think it was this chapter that really spoke to me. it made me really excited for the free download of the book. and it made me want to share the book with you. i don't know much about the book other than what i've read on the website and her blog, but i'm excited to find out. i really like how there are areas to journal... to make lists.. because it makes you a part of the process. it doesn't just talk about things, it makes makes you search yourself for the answers. i want to read and participate in this book. because it's a book FOR me and my soul. and when i personally benefit and find more inner peace, everyone around me benefits from my newfound feeling of awesomeness. :)

anyway, this book made me excited and i thought that it might do the same for you.


Anonymous said...

It does look inspiring. I'll be checking it out.

Jenn said...

Ooohh I love free stuff.