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Craig Harvey reads Float: A Guide to Letting Go

Craig Harvey reads Float: A Guide to Letting go by Aimee Ruland

Float: A Guide to Letting Go seeks to encourage children to process their emotions gently and in a way that allows them purposeful ownership of what they think and how they feel. It will aid them in identifying the root of their feelings, help them to examine their reactions to emotions and decide for themselves what they may be ready to release. The thoughtful use of color and symbols, and the guided practice of breathwork, encourages readers to maintain a broad focus as they become more grounded and aware. The playful rhyme dances with readers as they grow on their journey to the present, where they are beautifully set free.

Readers will enjoy:

  • Learning how to identify and examine emotions
  • Understanding how to release unwanted thoughts and feelings
  • Permission to acknowledge, accept, feel and heal in a unique way

Aimee Ruland

Aimee L. Ruland is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, with degree concentrations in Psychology and Philosophy. She is an Applied Metapsychology facilitator, Certified Yoga Instructor, Usui Reiki practitioner, meditation guide, and mother. She holds an affinity with birds of prey, studies in quantum mechanics, and sculpting with her daughter.

Carl R. Anderson has been an Operations Engineer for over twenty years. He enjoys carpentry, homesteading, and expressing himself artistically through a variety of media. Aimee and Carl are husband and wife team

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