The Way of Being LostDe (autor) Victoria Price
en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 30 Mar 2018
After a crisis threw her into turmoil, Victoria found herself opening up into a daily practice of joy as she rebuilt her life, reconnecting to her father Vincent Price's legacy and healing childhood wounds to open up to the everyday joy in the world. After a journey of self-exploration and discovery, she was able to step into her dad's legacy by stepping into herself. This intimate and inspiring book shows how we all must create our own path through life by listening to our intuition. Only then can we express our fullest potential.
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Dimensiuni: 140 x 216 x 34 mm
Greutate: 0.54 kg
Editura: Dover Publications Inc.
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"A brilliant account of finding and following one's inner light by a true pioneer that will help every reader do the same." -- Mike Dooley, New York Times bestselling author of Infinite Possibilities and Notes from the Universe"Victoria Price understands as few do that we only get one chance at life, and she sees the harm we do to ourselves when we allow our light to hide under a bushel. In her memoir, Victoria models the bravery we all need to embrace love and life fully. It's a very easy read, and I highly recommend this book!" -- Anita Moorjani, New York Times bestselling author of Dying to Be Me "In The Way of Being Lost, Victoria does what all of us wish to do -- seek out her own relationship with spirituality and make the sacred a part of her everyday life, merely by observing the world around us in all its glory. Her writing shows the struggles of this way of being, but also its rewards." -- Miranda McPherson, author of Meditations on Boundless Love "In her inspiring memoir The Way of Being Lost, Victoria Price walks us all back home. A must read for anyone who dares to live a life of joy." -- Rebecca Campbell, bestselling author of Light Is The New Black and Rise Sister Rise
"The Way of Being Lost takes us on the most exquisite journey that one can take -- the road home to one's true self ... told through the particular lens of the author's life. Though it takes great courage to make this trip, the rewards are beyond measure. And in the case of The Way of Being Lost, the journey is beautifully told, universally relevant, and deeply meaningful." -- Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Goddesses Never Age "Victoria Price's journey is a truly inspiring one. She looks both outward and inward to find joy all around her. She has been a close friend to me for years and I have always been moved by her story and thrilled that she is finally sharing it with the world." -- Melissa Etheridge, Grammy(R)- and Oscar(R)-winning musician and activist "Heartfelt testimony of an arduous search for self-affirmation that will appeal to fellow seekers." -- Kirkus "Victoria Price is a fighter -- for her belief in a world that is connected by Love, and for her own connection to Joy. Her commitment to living as her truest self is an inspiration for us all -- match point, Ms. Price." -- Martina Navratilova, tennis player, activist, wife, parent, and author of Shape Yourself and other books "As one who's lost his way more than a few times, I found this book true to the bone, hopeful to the core, and wonderfully well-written. Victoria Price tells a personal story so brilliantly it allows her readers to shine a bright light on their own experiences of getting lost. In a world of so many lost souls, she points the way to true north." -- Parker J. Palmer, author of Let Your Life Speak, A Hidden Wholeness, and On the Brink of Everything "In this beautifully written memoir, modern-day mystic Victoria Price forges an intimate friendship with her true self and embarks on a journey to follow this friend wherever she is guided. This leads to a life overflowing with grace and humor, with deep darkness and sweet surprise. And we get to be the beneficiaries of this transformational adventure. What a wild and wondrous gift!" -- Mirabai Starr, translator of Dark Night of the Soul, author of Caravan of No Despair "The Way of Being Lost is a beautifully written story of one's woman journey of healing to stand in the fullness of life that calls to us all. Joy is big medicine, and when Victoria Price decided to follow it wherever it would lead her, she embarked on the heroine's journey to her true self. May her courage to follow what is true inspire you to release the stories that were never yours and rekindle the courage to claim your truth." -- Gail Larsen, teacher and author of Transformational Speaking "The Way of Being Lost reminds us that the path to finding one's self can be the result of first being lost. A poignant story by the privileged daughter of a Hollywood icon reflecting back on a life spent lost but realizing life's greatest lessons often occur when one doesn't know where they are going." -- James R. Doty, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Into the Magic Shop "Victoria Price has written a book that will ignite your soul. With remarkable bravery she shares her story -- warts and all -- of healing financial and emotional wounds through the daily practice of joy. Victoria's core message that it's never too late to fix old habits that no longer serve us is delivered in such a raw and intimate way that you can't help but be inspired to embark upon your own journey to joy." -- Manisha Thakor, founder, MoneyZen Financial Education "Victoria Price boldly faces down the false lessons around money (and more) that she imbibed from an early age in this honest, relatable memoir. She comes out on the other side liberated from a desire to accumulate endlessly, embracing her own values instead of living by the standards of others. It's an inspiring journey to freedom that we can all relate to." -- Kate Levinson, author of Emotional Currency "Victoria Price writes beautifully of our need to forgive ourselves and others if we truly want to find happiness. Her journey through forgiveness and love shines with hard-earned wisdom, which she shares as a generous offering of her broken-open heart." -- Diane Berke, founder and Spiritual Director, One Spirit Learning Alliance "The truest pilgrims are those who become so lost along the way that it takes a miracle or an angel to bring them to altar of their innermost heart's desire. Victoria Price's stirring memoir offers us the truest of all pilgrimage maps -- the one that makes sense of the present by following highways and byways, the trails and barely discernible footpaths of the past, showing that all of it was necessary ... all was as it should be ... everything was blessed." -- Clark Strand, author of Waking Up to the Dark "Intimate and brave, this wise memoir invites us to reexamine what we really want from our own lives -- and empowers us, too, with real tools for reaching for the joy we all deserve." -- Perdita Finn, co-author of The Reluctant Psychic and The Way of the Rose "In this spirited, spiritual exploration of her own life and those of her famous parents -- one joyous, one terrified -- Victoria Price shows us with sword-sharp self-awareness how to face down our fears to find those happy true selves who have been waiting unseen inside us for gosh knows how long." -- Anneli Rufus, author of Unworthy: How to Stop Hating Yourself, Stuck: Why We Can't (or Won't) Move On, Party of One: The Loners' Manifesto, and more