Surrendering to Rainbows
Publisher: Sabrina Crouch
How can we be better able to serve our families and communities when we have our own personal pain? How can we change our perception of our diagnosis, disability, or disorder? Yes, our pain may trigger fear as we contemplate how we will be able to continue to take care of others, but who takes care of the caretaker? This book is for people who have been trying to find a balance between helping themselves and helping others and feel like they are losing. Not only enduring their own medical challenges, but the impact it has had on their life, resulting in difficulty sleeping, chronic stress, and unhappiness. I know. I was there. I tried epidurals, medication, and alternative treatments such as acupuncture to manage the discomfort to no avail.
Most conditions have a physical component that medical professionals can address, but there is also a psychological component that is often forgotten that we need to address. The reality is we do not have to live with this! We can redefine "pain management". Just because your body has an illness, condition or disease does not mean your mind/brain has to have it too.
What if I told you that the normalcy that we long for is an illusion we have bought into and it is keeping us from the opportunity to grow into our greater selves? Surrendering to Rainbows is about surrendering to hope and embracing the unknown in times of uncertainty. It is about abandoning everything we know about ourselves. Surrendering is not about giving up, but letting go of patterns that no longer serve you. It is about what you do when your back is against the wall, and you think you are all out of options. There is a science to healing, but there is also an art to creating your own masterpiece. This book will provide you with:
• Tools and techniques to reconnect with your internal world so that you can meditate.
• Journal questions to work through what is really holding you back.
• A new perspective on how to uncover untapped power and achieve relief from pain.
"Never be limited by other people's limited imaginations. If you adopt their attitudes, then the possibility won't exist because you'll have already shut it out...You can hear other people's wisdom, but you've got to re-evaluate the world for yourself."
Dr. Mae Jemison
Let us be aware that we could be the person with the limited imagination. If you would like to embark on a journey and GROW into Greatness, click above, and make your purchase now. Once you make your purchase visit my website www.surrenderingtorainbows.com to download free worksheets and join my GROW into Greatness Facebook community where readers on a similar journey are able to connect as they work on quieting the noise of pain. What I know for sure is that on the other side of pain, is courage and freedom.
Knowledge is only power if you act.