“30 Days of Healing Meditations” by Peggy M. Fisher

30DaysOfHealingMeditations30 DAYS OF HEALING MEDITATIONS

Peggy M. Fisher
Pyramid Collections (2015)
ISBN 9780966255126
Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (02/16)

In “30 Days of Healing Meditations,” author Peggy M. Fisher helps take you on a healing journey by guiding you to use mediation and journaling so that you can awaken the power within to heal your body, mind, and soul. By healing ourselves, we are better able to serve and help others heal. Each of the meditations is faith based which really helps you feel like you are not alone on your healing journey.

Each day begins with a powerful faith based reading based upon a specific topic that is followed up by a positive affirmation. Sitting alone in a quiet place allows the participant to go deeper into the reading and meditate on it. Journaling about reflections from this experience follow the mediation. Personally, I found this experience to be incredibly deep and meaningful. I could truly relate to almost every topic presented. The meditations “Our Purpose” and “Facing Our Demons” both really resonate with me right now. I think many others will relate to the meditation “Forgiveness.”

In addition to the 30 meditations, there is also a powerful case study, a Power Statement, and supplemental resources that include exercise and stress busters. Even though this is a small book, the pages within are very powerful. Having the resources to guide and empower you is incredibly invaluable. I highly recommend “30 Days of Healing Meditations” by Peggy M. Fisher, for yourself and as a gift to people close to you who are also on a path to healing.


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