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“Powerful or Powerless” A Spiritual, Not Religious, Look At The 12 Steps
This book was written for:
• People confused by how to admit powerlessness over their addiction and become powerful in their lives.
• Spiritual coaches who are dealing with people who don’t want to name and claim a disease.
• People who don’t want any part of the God stuff.
• Family and friends of alcoholics who aren’t ready for sobriety yet.
Rev. Georgia Prescott is the founding minister of the Center For Spiritual Awareness in West Sacramento, CA and has been involved in the recovery movement for over 35 years. A dynamic and compassionate counselor, she is known for her storytelling and down to earth style.
ISBN 13: 978-0-9826817-0-1
“This book is The Secret for parents.” — Lisa Harrington, mother of two teenage daughters
Blending ancient truths with new discoveries in quantum physics and heart and brain research, “Mom and Dad, Can I Have the Keys to the Universe?” is a practical, step-by-step guide for parents who want to help their children reach for the stars—and claim them.
Help your child create:
• A mindset for success
• A rock-solid self image
• A viable map to their dreams
Yvonne Aileen is a mother, author, and transformational speaker. She is creator of “I Can Do Anything” seminars, taught throughout the U.S. and Canada, which help teens and preteens learn how to apply Law of Attraction principles in their lives.
Ms. Aileen lives in Portland, Ore., with her sons, Max and Sam, their miniature Schnoodle, Sadie, and “frequently rotating aquarium fish.”