Looking for a book to put you in the right mindset for the longer, brighter Spring days? Ilana Estelle’s Spirituality, Healing and Me book will do just that.
Worlds away from religious or preach-like passages, Ilana focuses on spirituality that can be available to all backgrounds, whether you’re religious or not. This book teaches you about various crucial topics such as selflessness and humility, handling anger, the real meaning of karma, why integrity is so key and the importance of living a more mindful, spiritual life.
Each chapter offers author’s insights into topics we encounter in everyday life, from relationships to understanding how to admit fault. Estelle evaluates her experiences and supports them with the connection between spirituality and mental/physical health.
In a time when mental health is at the forefront of many discussions, there is still some age-old stigma, particularly among men. Sections of the book, for example on emotional stability, bitterness and resentfulness and coping with inner turmoil, can be useful in removing barriers surrounding complex, but important, topics linked to struggling mental health.
Ilana encourages readers to self-reflect and offers ideas, such as mindfulness, that you can incorporate into your daily life. “Mindfulness allows us to pay attention to what’s happening in the present moment,” she explains. “It’s a technique that helps us manage our thoughts, feelings and mental health.”
If you are keen to explore spirituality and discover how it can aid heal aspects of your mindset, Spirituality, Healing and Me is a great place to start. With the modern world constantly bombarding us with pressures and stress, take some time out for self-reflection.