Description: Spiritual guidebook #2. In this follow-up to her award-winning first book, Opening Up: How To Develop Your Intuition And Work With Your Angels, Lisa Driver shares the next phase of her personal journey and important insights that can help you step through your fears, take a leap of faith, and create the life of your dreams. Leap chronicles the many challenges Lisa faced as she transformed her life by pursuing her passion to become a successful spiritual healer and medium, while overcoming tragic personal loss during what should have been the happiest time of her life. Filled with practical strategies, simple exercises, and guided meditations, Leap will help you build momentum and overcome fear, grief, and paralyzing self-doubt. Give yourself permission to be happy, permission to live your dreams, and to not let anything stall your search for the joy that awaits you.
Awards/Honours: Runner-up, Spiritual, 2017 Great Northwest Book Festival
ISBN 978-1-927570-33-3; 5.5″w x 8.5″h; 96 pages. © 2016; Ages 15 to Adult; Spiritual wellness; Nonfiction; Spiritual life; Healing; Lifestyle; Angels; Health; Faith; Memoir; New age; Self-help; Joy; Doubt; Fear; Grief; Alberta; Canadian author.
About the Author: Lisa Driver is an award-winning spiritual wellness author, a healer, a speaker, and a busy mom to two beautiful daughters. She is a huge fan of all things spiritual and metaphysical, and she loves to inspire and motivate other nurturing women to stop seeking, start connecting, and manifest a rich, full life! You Are Enough is Lisa’s fourth spiritual guidebook since she began her spiritual healing journey in 2012. She resides with her husband Kyle and their two daughters in Herbert, Saskatchewan, in a house overlooking the prairie.
Responses from Readers:
- “You have such a beautiful way of balancing your writing. I can really feel your spirit in your words.”
- “You did an amazing job writing this book! I lost my dad to cancer in 2001 … I related to so many of your stories as they were mine as well.”
- “You tackle such difficult topics with grace, love, hope, and healing. Well done.”