&quote;When I Stopped Directing Traffic, the Lights Turned Green&quote;

Editorial: iUniverse Fecha de lanzamiento: 2005-09-19
Puntos Necesarios: 1950


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When I Stopped Directing Traffic, The Lights Turned Green is author Sheila M. Cooperman's true account of her developing metaphysical abilities, which is misdiagnosed as mental illness and the adversities she is forced to overcome. As a result of her need to "e;Direct Traffic,"e; Sheila finds herself in many unfavorable situations. After a harrowing situation involving a sociopath, she seeks safety by turning to practicing metaphysics. Due to all Sheila's haphazard processes, she is catapulted into elements of this world, she never knew truly existed. These incredulous events create an unforeseen spiritual overload spiraling her into psychosis. For the next eight weeks, anti-psychotics are involuntarily administered to her-that exacerbate her condition. Throughout Sheila's journey, she experiences a multitude of enlightening, fascinating, and sometimes frightening events. She surrenders her control to God, and embraces that "e;Everything happens for a reason."e; Contrary to all medical odds, she reaches greater heights. Hers is a story of survival, strong spiritual conviction, and infinite resiliency and determination. Today New York native Sheila M. Cooperman works as a licensed psychotherapist and hypnotherapist in South Florida. She is also a skilled psychometrist.

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Tipo: Memoirs

Colección: iUniverse

Tipo: EPub

Páginas 289

ISBN: 9780595790951

Información adicional

Tipo: Memoirs

Colección: iUniverse

Tipo: EPub

Páginas 289

ISBN: 9780595790951

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