Debut Book Explains Why Knowing One's Purpose Is Important
In the book, the author underscores that a person has to understand first what can fulfill him or her with purpose in order to reinvent one's self in the face of globalisation. By combining skills and reaching enlightenment about one's true self, a person will be prepared to create his or her future.
An excerpt from the book:
The rational mind's understanding has only what it is trained to think. Imagine being in the fifteenth century and sailing the unknown oceans on some beautiful old ships. Most of the sailors were limited in knowledge other than what they already had in those times. The knowledge we all have now grew from those centuries of many ocean voyages.
"This book is written for everyone to meet their true self. This makes short work of untangling all fears and doubts," Hayes says.
By Dee-anne Hayes
Softcover | 5 x 8in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781504308281
E-Book | 118 pages | ISBN 9781504308298
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dee-anne Hayes is a passionate student of theosophy and quantum physics. She grew up in Australia's spinifex desert where principles were based on ingenuity to succeed with what a person has. Her love of mystery came from the childhood stories of the min-min lights. Her own life has faced these global changes, and she knows how important it is for all people to learn how to trust in their own self-worth to receive their intuitive ideas and plans. For more information, readers may visit http://www.authordee-annehayes.com.
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