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Have you ever wondered where we come from, or why we are here?
Would you like to live more spiritually, but feel like you just don't have enough time?
On January 30th, 2018, you can get the book that answers these questions, and many more, for just 99 cents from Amazon.com.
Spiritual Living for Busy People
How to Nourish Your Soul in Today's Hectic World
In today’s frantically busy world, how can we find the time to live spiritually?
What does living spiritually mean, anyway? Why are we even here? What is the point of it all?
Spiritual Living for Busy People answers all of these questions, and many more. When you read this accessible, thought-provoking book, you will:
- Learn what it means to live spiritually, and why taking small breaks for spiritual refreshment can offer great benefits.
- See how you can live spiritually, without a significant investment of your time.
- Discover your purpose in life, your reason for being here.
- Find out how you can MAP IT FIRST, DUDE to find the path to fulfillment.
- Claim your power to create the life you want.
- Consider how obtaining inner peace can contribute to world peace.
Jose de la Torre has so eloquently stated the way things are and should be! His book is marvelous and I loved reading every word. I recommend it to anyone who thinks! I hope he continues with even more amazing works to come.
— Stewart A. Swerdlow, author of Hyperspace Helper and Healer’s Handbook
Spiritual Living was a book that gave me a great deal of enlightenment which is exactly what I seek when reading books. In life, the ones who succeed most study and invest in their growth and it is through reading insightful books like this that help enhance my mental library. I really enjoyed how thorough it was and it was difficult to put down once I started and that’s when you know you’ve got a book that’s a winner! I think you will find yourself doing the same, should you choose to take action and benefit from all the wisdom in this masterpiece of a book.
— Jennie Lynn, #1 Best-Selling Author of Magnetic Love
Within these nourishing, wise pages, José de la Torre guides us to live with purpose in today’s hectic society. Spiritual Living for Busy People is gentle heart-truth that satisfies both the logical brain and the mystical heart alike.
— Anya Light, author of Opening Love: Intentional Relationships & the Evolution of Consciousness
After reading many excerpts from Spiritual Living for Busy People by José de la Torre, I am thoroughly convinced that he is a beautiful soul (or “oversoul”) who is on this earth to assist all those who are ready to live a loving, helpful, purposeful life that reflects the glory of God. He has obviously spent many hours, days, weeks and years cultivating a belief system that works well for him and through his diligent and loving efforts in penning this book, he is delightfully assisting many others in living a life of joy and peace. It is refreshing to know that there are people like José de la Torre on this earth who can and will dispell many of the myths that keep us from doing and being our best, and who will lead us in more wholesome and joyful directions by sharing thoughts of such beauty and ease in living a good life! PEACE TO YOU
— Rev. Lori Revo, Universal Church of Miracle Enlightenment
…de la Torre offers a map for living spiritually in his debut self-help book.
— Kirkus Reviews
Spiritual Living for Busy People: How to Nourish Your Soul in Today’s Hectic World asks a basic question: is spiritual living just for spiritually aware people? The answer isn’t what the reader would think. José de la Torre maintains that spiritual and religious living aren’t necessarily synonymous, and his guide is intended for busy people who want to incorporate a sense of mindfulness and awareness into their daily lives.
This audience will discover a range of answers and food for thought assembled from various religious practices, covering the nature and inaction of spiritual thinking processes in a carefully laid-out game plan that includes details on mindsets, heart-felt values, and caring for one’s body.
Also included in the discussions is higher-level thinking about power structures, gratitude, artificial divisions in the world that thwart spiritual perceptions, and how to find personal meaning and purpose in life.
Spiritual Living for Busy People opens with the author’s autobiography and follows his spiritual growth, but the meat of this book lies in surveys of psychological, spiritual, and social forces that detract from spiritual awareness and thinking, showing how to cultivate the kinds of perceptions and thinking patterns that defy these processes.
These keys to better living are presented in hard-hitting reflections that offer a different definition of spirituality than most books offer: “Being spiritual is about being aware of one’s being, living in awareness from the heart, accepting what is in the present, and taking responsibility for one’s actions. Defined this way, belief in a soul, or in God, or in a Creator, is technically not required. Belief in anything, for that matter, is not required. The only belief required, I suppose, is the belief that we are created equal, and we each have a right to make our own decisions, crafting our own lives as we choose to live them. We can live spiritually by simply exercising basic human respect.”
In blending a ‘how to’ with an overall mix of philosophy, psychology, and spiritual reflection, José de la Torre offers a synthesis of insights and paths to leading a better life that contributes to a better world.
Nobody could be too busy to read this book, which couches its reflections in digestible admonitions and reflections that are powerful yet surprisingly easy to access.
Spiritual Living for Busy People is highly recommended for both spirituality and philosophy readers who seek to change their lives and perceptions.
— D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review