|Công ty phát hành||HarperCollins US|
|Tác giả||Marianne Williamson|
|Kích thước||14 x 21 cm|
|Ngày xuất bản||05-2017|
Tears To Triumph: Spiritual Healing For The Modern Plagues Of Anxiety And Depression is written by Marianne Williamson – New York Times Bestselling Author, the internationally recognized teacher, speaker, and bestselling author of A Return to Love argues that our desire to avoid pain is actually detrimental to our lives, disconnecting us from our deepest emotions and preventing true healing and spiritual transcendence.
“A life of spiritual triumph is not one in which we never fall into a deep, dark valley; it is one in which, if and when we do fall, we’ve learned how to get ourselves out of it. We need emotional muscles in order to rise up emotionally, just as we need physical muscles in order to rise up physically. And developing those muscles takes work. It is the work of enlightenment, the inner work of the soul.” - Marianne Williamson
In each and every one of our lives, we will experience suffering. This is not a new problem. It is ageless. What is new is our failure to respond to it. Bestselling author, speaker, and activist Marianne Williamson helps us rediscover religious principles for dealing with and transcending our suffering. Many people today experience the emotional pain of depression, relational trauma, and grief without the knowledge of how to deal with them and find healing. As a culture and as individuals, we have neglected the spiritual work of facing and moving through our pain to find true healing. Instead, we numb our pain, medicate it, or deny it. As Williamson explains, in avoiding our pain, we avoid our growth. She offers an opportunity to transform our pain through spiritual healing. By turning to the wisdom of ancient spiritual teachers such as the Buddha, Moses, and Jesus, we can redirect our suffering so it becomes an opportunity for healing and enlightenment. Miracles begin when we start the healing process of listening to what our pain has to teach us. Only in this way can we move from tears to triumph and become deeper, happier, and wiser as a result.