Depression can lead to terrifying anxiety, with feelings of deep sadness, low self-worth and loneliness adding to the confusion and stress.
Do you want to be free of self doubts and the restraints of fear?
Do you want the freedom and joy that inner peace brings?
Stephen Connor’s deeply personal and inspirational autobiography provides simple answers and solutions to transform your life from the depths of depression to the freeing heights of joy and inner peace. His personal story and hard-won insights will not only help you see the light at the end of the deep dark tunnel of mental anguish, but it will also show you how to radiate that light even brighter into a life that emanates enjoyment, uplifting creativity and pure potential.
On his journey and recovery from the pits of suicidal depression, Stephen developed 50 healing tools; these tools are ready to be earmarked by you as you read his book and create glimpses of a clearer perspective and a deeper enjoyment of life.
Seeking the “meaning to life”, at age fifty, Alan Byrne took up meditation, and found inner peace. The challenges of life still pulled at him though. He became totally lost, that is until, with a vision guided him, he put his faith into an unknown source. With trust by his side he walked away from his successful business. Five days later, while walking on the foreshores of the beautiful Sydney harbour, what he describes as the Divine Light, penetrated his chest. This life changing experience awakened his soul to a more enlightenment and fulfilling life. His courageous story will light the spark that lies within you and your life will change forever.
What if the most romantic of all love affairs you could experience was not reliant on anyone else? To fall in and out of love is a natural part of life and this can sometimes leave us feeling empty, especially when we have expectations of someone else fulfilling our romantic dreams in the game of love. It is a game that has fleeting value when we only look externally in the hope of internal fulfilment. This game is like a playground of pleasure with all its bullies, bumps and bruises that leave deep emotional scars.
What does it mean to be a man? Is it strength or power and taking charge? Is it holding on to your emotions to uphold a certain image? Is it gaining fulfilment and success from the material world? Is it creating a dominance that does not yield and that does not listen? Is it a life of continual escaping, isolating, defending or attacking? Or is it the simple evolution toward the enjoyment of life, a life that is full of love?