My Spirit Is Not Religious: A Guide To Living Your Authentic Life (A Sbnr Or Spiritual But Not Religious Book)
Publish Date: 2013-05-01
Author: Tina Sacchi
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Millions of people today experience guilt, shame, anger, anxiety, depression, or similarly disempowering emotions as a result of their indoctrination into organized religion and more individuals are leaving the faith they were born into and identifying themselves as spiritual rather than religious. My Spirit Is Not Religious: A Guide to Living YOUR Authentic Life, will help you eliminate emotional obstacles while providing guidelines for living a heartfelt spiritual life via lessons delivered from personal experiences Tina Sacchis as well as those of her many clients and students. The intention is not to dismiss all organized religions, but to guide those for whom they no longer work and laying the groundwork for overcoming guilt, shame, loneliness, blame, anxiety, sadness, disappointment, and confusion. Whether you have a background in religion or not, this book will guide you to living YOUR authentic life.
Tina Sacchi is a holistic & spiritual author, speaker, and teacher, born and raised in a close-knit New York City neighborhood. She attended religious schools from first grade through college, living a sheltered life in a strict religious and ethnic environment for years. Through her work, which includes private sessions, classes, retreats, workshops, expos, and radio shows, she has coached tens of thousands of individuals, helping them emerge from their spiritual closets to make a smooth transition to their spiritual calling. She is also the creator of a series of highly successful meditation and hypnotherapy CDs that have consistently remained on Amazon bestseller lists in their categories. She is an ongoing writer for various publications and is a radio personality, hosting her own program, Living a Spiritual Life with Tina Sacchi. Learn more about Tina through her website: TinaSacchi.com.