Your Journey to Peace

Bridging the Gap between Religion, Spirituality, Psychology, and Science

by Rosemary McCarthy



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/21/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 492
ISBN : 9781491751626
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 492
ISBN : 9781491751619
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 492
ISBN : 9781491751602

About the Book

Intertwined with Rosemary McCarthy’s personal journey of shifting from an angry, frustrated person blaming others for her unhappiness, to someone who now lives content with herself and in harmony with others, Your Journey to Peace … brings the esoteric to the practical and maps out how to become your Best Self and feel empowered in all areas of your life. It also explains:

  • Why we are the way we are individually and collectively; and how we got this way.
  • How we find peace within ourselves by making peace in our relationships and all situations.
  • That God does not allow for suffering! We create it by upholding dualistic concepts of me-and-you and us-and-them that we embraced at our beginnings and before form.
  • The precursor to the Big Bang was the need for “form” to play out those dualistic concepts we chose at our beginnings: all our issues stem from those original concepts based on ideas of separation rather than unity.
  • That understanding time makes the seven-day creation model valid.
  • What are the extraterrestrials’ origins? How we can reconcile the growing evidence of our past association with the ETs and our scriptures and beliefs.
  • Our need to embrace the Indigenous peoples’ connection to Gaia.
  • That we chose to be here at this time of the Shift to bring about our personal and Gaia’s Ascensions.

About the Author

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Having previously written children’s stories, Rosemary McCarthy was recently inspired to share her fi ndings and experiences garnered from over 20 years of study and investigation into self-development and spiritual matters. Born and still living in Montreal, she has three grown sons and two grandchildren.