Review - Soul in the Storm by Nancy Wagaman
By Carmen, 28 September 2020
My Copy of the Book
Year Published: 2020
Genre: Non-Fiction; Self-Help
Transform the way you relate to stress. Inner peace is closer than you think.
You are a soul. Soul is the purest form of you, beyond the reach of everyday anxiety and stressors. When you learn to shift your awareness into soul, it becomes the perfect haven from any storm. And when you strengthen your haven through inner transformation, soul becomes your superpower in the midst of stress.
This practical stress management guide shows how to disarm triggers of psychological stress, shift into the peace of soul at any moment, and remove obstacles to your experience of inner peace. Using clear, step-by-step processes you'll learn how to:
- Center in soul, where profound peace is always present.
- Neutralize stressors and remove their emotional charge.
- Transform the underlying dynamics of your stress reactions.
- Turn your mind into an awesome stress management tool.
- Recognize how you're stressing yourself, and stop doing it.
- Reinterpret crisis events as opportunities for personal growth.
- Experience deep relaxation beyond stress, worry, and upset.
- Apply soul's vital life-force for multi-level healing.
Choose from 27 mindfulness and transformation techniques to build your haven and strengthen your coping skills, including acceptance, processing emotions, reframing, and transforming beliefs. For instant stress relief when you feel triggered, explore 30 quick-fix techniques to de-stress and shift toward peace. Even the simplest techniques can be powerful when applied effectively: affirmations, perspective, meditation, visualization, and inspiration can deliver immediate stress reduction.
As a soul, peace is your birthright. This book empowers you to use all your inner resources to your benefit, applying the strengths of soul (including love, light, peace, and healing) to the areas of stress within you as the ultimate stress-relief remedy.
About the Author:
Nancy Wagaman is a human technologies innovator specializing in personal growth and transformation. Her practical techniques enable people to transform self-limitations and improve their lives. Rooted in science and intuition, Nancy's transformative techniques are practical and easy to use. Nancy began developing human technologies during her early career at Bell Laboratories, and she has also consulted and conducted research for corporate, university, and private clients. Her work has been featured in magazines, radio, and television. Nancy holds advanced degrees in applied psychology and communications, and bachelor's degrees in psychology and biology. She is the creator of The Curious Dreamer's Dream Dictionary (TheCuriousDreamer.com) and has written extensively on applied psychology, intuition, and other personal growth topics.
Connect with the Author:
Facebook: Nancy Wagaman Facebook
Twitter: Nancy Wagaman Twitter
Author Website: Nancy Wagaman Author Website
Book Website: The Curious Dreamer Website
Buy the Book:
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My Take on the Book:
With how the year’s gone so far, this was definitely a book that could be of help of times like this for me. One thing that came to me as I was going through the beginning of this book – when the author mentioned thinking of ‘past times that were better’ when trying to call up some sort peace or calmness, it made me think of a time where I had less responsibilities and had a bit more of an innocent outlook in life.
Those are times that I can’t ever go back to, though there are days where I wish I could; simply because I’ve changed so much between then and now.
I liked the idea of ‘sending the light’ and applying unconditional love, simply because in today’s time, that is definitely needed. The Quick Fix Toolkit is short and fairly quick exercises to do if there are time constraints. I can see myself using some of these.
I gave this book a four star review and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.
I’ve come to really enjoy Nancy Wagaman’s books – simply because they are useful, and the fact that I enjoy reading about the topics that she writes about. I definitely hope to read more of her work in the future.