Once in a generation, a voice emerges capable of touching our hearts and spirits with a vision of the human condition that inspires us to be bettermore whole and more loving. Meredith Young-Sowers is such a voice. In her remarkable new book, Wisdom Bowls: Overcoming Fear and Coming Home to Your Authentic Self, she takes us on a healing journey to discover our true essence. Combining story-telling styles and artistic techniques reminiscent of Julia Cameron’s "The Artist’s Way," Caroline Myss’ "Sacred Contracts," and Rachel Naomi Remen’s "Kitchen Table Wisdom," Young-Sowers guides us to uncover who we are and who we might become.
Young-Sowers tells us that we don't have to become authentic because we already are authentic. Our challenge is to interpret what lies beneath our pain and suffering. Using the image of a bowl as metaphor for each area of our livesthe state of our physical health, the nature of our emotional well-being, and the power of our spiritual resources-Young-Sowers demonstrates how we can overcome fear and find the blessings in our challenges.