This Life Is Yours: Discover Your Power, Claim Your Wholeness, and Heal Your Life (Paperback)

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Heal your life and discover how everything can be right even when circumstances are all wrong

This is a book about healing your whole self; a book about becoming conscious and discovering the eternal and unbreakable you. The authors take readers on a journey of discovery; a journey in which each reader will discover tools for their wholeness and personal power. The authors focus on seven topics:
  1. Understanding healing
  2. Asking the right questions about who you are
  3. Understanding the power of the mind
  4. Drawing on inner resources
  5. Taking action
  6. Embracing your whole life
  7. Reinforcing your wholeness

Filled with anecdotes and offering practical exercises, the authors show the ways in which we can heal and grow. It is a book that shows readers, regardless of circumstances, how to live light-filled, powerful, and joyous lives.

About the Author


Winner of the 2011 Best Spiritual Author competition for her first book, How to Pray without Talking to God, Linda Martella-Whitsett is an inspiring, respected Unity minister and spiritual teacher. Linda served Unity of San Antonio as senior minister for 14 years before becoming vice president of Unity Prayer and Practice Division including Silent Unity, Unity’s 24/7 worldwide prayer ministry. Linda has a BA in leadership from Bellevue University and lives in Kansas City, Missouri. Visit her at www.ur-divine.com. Alicia Whitsett is a first-time author and a lifelong student of Unity teachings. She has a BA from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin.

Praise For…


“This book will appeal to readers of Louise Hay as well as those who enjoy simple, accessible affirmations to help cultivate self-healing. Combining positive psychology and spirituality, and quoting from influence leaders such as Pema Chodron, this moving book should find a broad audience.” 
— Library Journal


Product Details
ISBN: 9781642970135
ISBN-10: 1642970131
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing
Publication Date: March 1st, 2021
Pages: 208
Language: English

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