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Living from the Center Within

Co-Creating Who You Are Becoming

Michele Rae

224 pages
Paragon House

Living From the Center Within is a highly engaging, interactive, informative and accessible journey toward higher consciousness. Moving from personal pain and lacking to abundance and wholeness is possible. Living From the Center Within helps readers center, quiet and open the mind-body-heart. Using the wisdom of ancient teaching and modern science, invitations to daily transformative practice and reflection questions, Rae walks with readers through three levels of human consciousness. Expanding awareness, focusing attention and clarifying intention brings people to their center within.

Living from one’s true nature amplifies creativity and benefits the personal and professional life. It also has collective impact culturally, politically and economically as people become more effective at service, relationships and work. Living From the Center Within explains how minds, bodies and emotions are intertwined, and gives the reader tools to move toward a healthier self. It is for people eager to actualize their beings and fall in love with their lives. You can live full out and fearlessly from a sense of calm, joy, and peace. With increased awareness, we naturally shift toward transparency, compassion, tolerance and interdependence. Now is the time for humanity to claim a higher level of consciousness for personal and communal growth.

Author Bio
Michele Rae is a transformational coach, University professor, and founder of The Center Within. She works with clients and students creating a personal, interpersonal and professional life they love. She is trained in appreciative inquiry, spiritual practices, intuition, mindfulness, authentic communication and emotional intelligence. She has been a director in national organizations creating and leading systems that support excellence in customer, employee and abundance outcomes. Michele has an MA in human development, is an ordained minister and a pharmacist. She teaches at the University of Minnesota in the Center for Spirituality and Healing and Humphrey School of Public Affairs.