Choosing Your Words, Crafting Your Life: A Compilation of Affirmations and Stories Designed to Nurture and Empower
List Price: 15.00
Category: Health, Self-Help & Spirituality
Available: March 2017
Transform Your Life by Changing What You Tell Yourself—It’s That Easy! Take charge of your own happiness with this nurturing, empowering compilation of positive afﬁrmations and stories. Choosing Your Words and Crafting Your Life will encourage you to ﬁrst examine your own “self-talk.” Are the conversations you have with yourself—the phrases you use to describe yourself—empowering? Constructive? Or are they negative and demeaning? This book will help you make conscious choices about how you speak to yourself. By creating powerful, positive afﬁrmations, you can decide how you want to live, what you want to change, what you want to improve, and what you want to fully appreciate in your life. Choosing Your Words and Crafting Your Life provides the tools you need to write your own life story, along with examples of afﬁrming statements designed to help you live a life ﬁlled with all the joy and blessings you deserve!
Jean Costa is a graduate of Saint John’s University, New York, and has a Master of Social Work from UNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She is a registered yoga teacher from the Kripalu Center for Yoga, a lifelong journaler, and a teacher. Her approach to daily journaling led her to write her ﬁrst book, Creating Positive Afﬁrmations, Living an Intentional Life. Over the years she discovered the pure power of Choosing Your Words and Crafting Your Life. In 2005, Jean created the Pink Ribbon Yoga Retreat for women breast cancer survivors under the auspices of the Duke Center for Supportive Care & Survivorship (PinkRibbonYoga.org). She is a chair emeritus for the Duke Supportive Care & Survivorship Advisory Board and sits on the Duke Advisory Board for the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center. She also facilitates workshops that encourage the development of a creative spirit. Jean and her husband, Sandy Costa—attorney-at-law, author, and speaker—live in Cary, North Carolina.