The True Nature of Energy: Transforming Anxiety into Tranquility
Gain a fresh perspective using the energies around you
Have you ever walked into a room and felt like you wanted to leave right away? Ever met a person for whom you had an instant dislike for no apparent reason? Been around certain people and suddenly feel exhausted? People, animals, situations, objects, and environments contain and give off energy.
The energies within and around you can be a major source of anxiety. To discover how to observe, interpret, and direct this abundant energy is to harness the power at your fingertips and create tranquility in your life. This book can guide you in that discovery. In The True Nature of Energy, you will:
Improve your relationship with yourself and others
Remove unnecessary emotions and see more objectively
Attract the right people and circumstances
Clear old, outmoded energies from your life
Increase self-trust, self-esteem, and self-confidence
Learn to sense and direct the energies around you
Enhance your natural intuitive ability
Find out your vibrational level by taking the Wing Vibrational Scale Quiz
Learn simple techniques to fully take charge of your life and your destiny.
Acclaim for The True Nature of Energy"Clearly written and easy to understand. A tall order for a complex topic like this. Diane Wing's skills as a writer and energy worker are phenomenal. Highly recommended." --Lana McAra, best-selling, award-winning author writing as Rosey Dow.
"I can thoroughly recommend this book as a guide to living. If Diane's way of seeing the world resonates with you, she will be able to help you to transform your life. In fact, reading the book in the process of editing it has changed me in positive ways. Her writing will do the same for you." --Bob Rich, PhD, author of Ascending Spiral
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