• My Ticket to Ride: From Cancer to Flourishing
• Heart of Courage: Solutions for Undoing What Fear Created
• Doorways to Daily Soul Nurturance: Perpetual Calendar
My Ticket to Ride: From Cancer to Flourishing and its companion workbook, Heart of Courage: Solutions for Undoing What Fear Created
A Stage 3C ovarian cancer diagnosis propelled the author on an intense journey of walking her talk and walking her walk of her 40+ years of personal growth work.
Signed copy by author
What a beautiful book filled with nourishment for your soul. Her approach to cancer is one of surrender and vulnerability and love, to life itself. Her poetry is beautiful, her insight deep and engaging, and this book is a must read for anyone whose life has been affected by cancer. It’s one of those books that fills your heart with positive words and feelings which everyone with cancer needs. What a gift she has brought to this world through her experience and bringing it to life as a book to share. Thank you! Shamanie Haneca, Edina, MN
Companion workbook to My Ticket to Ride: From Cancer to Flourishing.
12 exercises that weave one into the other creating a circle of solutions for your life situations. They are timeless so they can be used repeatedly to bring clarity around any particular circumstance requiring your attention.
Pre-reading My Ticket to Ride: From Cancer to Flourishing not necessary.
Wonderful! Fantastic! Transforming! – K-lee Starland, author of
The Audacious Ladies of La Gran Sorellanza1
Kick start your day with intention and focus!
I love this calendar - I go thru it one day at a time year after year and it still inspires me. Thanks, Cristina.
Julie Newendorp, Santa Barbara, CA.
Signed copy by author on date of your choice
Each contain uplifting messages.
No two are alike. They are ready for you to fill them with what feels best for you.
4" tall. 4" wide at top. 3" wide at bottom. Metal.
Contents not included.
Those of us left behind besides feeling sorrow, emptiness and loss, can also feel bewildered.
Bewildered by: ·Why my loved one? • Why now? • Who am I now without their physical presence? • Why does this happen?
In this memoir about my grief and my healing over my 39 year old son's death, I do my best to embrace this bewilderment. For by embracing it, I also embrace its healing answers.
I choose to discover who I am now that this life event has unfolded before me. How do I gather its richness and allow it to contribute to my life? How do I allow myself to know and feel its offerings?