Nobody can escape change, whether it’s the loss of a job, a home, money, or even a loved one. Instead of falling into fear or avoidance, find your way back to happiness and wholeness by embracing the opportunity for growth and renewal in every transition.
Life in Transition shows you how to uncover the gifts that emerge from each loss and reinvent yourself into a stronger person than you were before. Through personal stories, practical exercises, meditations, and more, Servet Hasan teaches you how to gain wisdom from your pain with intuition as your guide. Even the most difficult and painful loss becomes a chance to evolve spiritually and receive the miraculous gift of self-realization.
Praise: “Life In Transition provides a roadmap out of pain and suffering into the realization that we can use our transitions as a catalyst for personal evolution. This book shows you how to tap into the answers that already lie within you through your own intuition.”—Terry Cole-Whittaker, author of What You Think of Me is None of My Business
None of us can escape loss or change. Life's challenges are universal and eventually will find us. Whether you're moving to a new city, facing an illness, or experiencing a divorce in your family, we can face the transition with optimism and turn it into a period of enormous personal and psychological growth. Servet Hasan, author of Life in Transition, explains.
Let's face it: breakups hurt, even when we knew that the relationship was doomed in the first place and it was time to move on months ago. These changes can be powerfully painful, but there are ways to move forward. Servet Hasan, author of The Intuitive Heart of Romance and the new Life in Transition, provides 3 ways to survive a bad breakup.
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