Successful people are resilient people – and the key to resiliency is learning to reclaim your soul each and every day! A best-selling author, high impact teacher, and former senator, Dr. Trimm is a sought-after empowerment specialist, revolutionary thinker, and transformational leader. She has earned a distinguished reputation as a catalyst for change and voice of hope to the nations.
Reclaim Your Soul, a follow-up to Dr. Trimm’s bestseller, The 40 Day Soul Fast, explores the 40 behaviors of a resilient, emotionally healthy person.
As you enjoy Dr. Trimm’s thoughtful, inspiring teaching style, you will learn to:
- Identify destructive relationships in your life and break free from their harmful impact
- Avoid unhealthy emotional attachments and shield yourself
- Unlock your potential and refuse to settle
Read the introduction to her new book and discover the possibilities:
Every moment and every event of every man’s life on earth plants something in his soul. —Thomas Merton
We are all a product of the stories we tell ourselves. We live in an invisible framework constructed by our past experiences, upheld by the unconscious mechanisms we put into place to protect our conscious minds. The reality we experience is created by the thoughts we think. “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking,” observed Albert Einstein. “It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” it is a universal principle, indeed— “As [a man] thinketh in his heart so is he.”
This series of books, beginning with The 40 Day Soul Fast: Your Journey to Authentic Living, has been written with the soul-purpose of helping you change the process of your thinking by finding soul-utions. Why? Because, as we are told in Proverbs, the machination of the soul “determines the course of your life.” Further down we read, “don’t get side-tracked.” You, your reality, your world—at least how you interpret your experience of being alive on the earth—is a product of your mental state.
Many are operating from a state of repression or suppression—subconsciously or consciously choosing to forget, ignore, or avoid painful or negative experiences. By doing so, the same patterns, scripts, events, traumas, difficulties, and obstacles to growth continually repeat themselves.
If you are not growing, maturing, and building your capacity to be and do more with every passing day, you are stagnating. That river of living water that Jesus said would flow out from within each of us becomes blocked; psychological barricades, protective barriers, and defense mechanisms are erected on the internal landscape of our minds.
Like stagnant waters that become foul and brackish—providing the perfect environment for dangerous parasites and pests to breed—an unhealthy soul threatens the beauty of the natural order and undermines the health of both our spiritual and social ecosystem. This may seem over-dramatic, but don’t you know the health of society is determined by the health of its members?
The soul of a society is a reflection of the souls of its people. If the world you see around you is broken, it is because the people within it are broken. Likewise, broken relationships are a result of broken people.
It’s not hard to believe, therefore, that what we might call “cesspools of the mind” threaten the health of your body as well as your soul, and that this “dis-ease” ultimately threatens your relationships. As with any water source, it needs to be kept clean and flowing freely—the wellspring of living water available to you must remain free of junk and clutter. That takes work. You’ve got to do the heavy lifting of clearing away debris, breaking up dams, and maintaining well-defined channels.
It is much like tending a garden. To enjoy the beauty of it, you must get your hands dirty. You must cultivate it, prune and weed it, water and nourish the soil. If you let it go unattended, you risk it being overgrown by weeds and thistles—worse, under the ground hidden from sight, those roots are choking out and binding up the entire root system. The beautiful garden you intended becomes root-bound, withers, and eventually dies. If, however, you did a little weeding each day, nothing would keep your garden from flourishing.
That is why I’ve written this book—to help you successfully tend the garden of your soul. You need to know how to identify the tares from the wheat in your life, how to create an environment where your best self can flourish, and where and when to plant for a better future.
Break free from the emotional bondages that are holding you back and Reclaim Your Soul today!! Join Dr. Cindy Trimm for your journey to personal empowerment.
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