We humans often feel the need to make things happen - to have things turn out the way we think they should. If we're facing serious challenges, or if something we're working on hasn't happened, our minds tend to jump intoaction, trying to figure out what to do next. But the more we struggle to have things go our way, fear, discouragement or frustration can set in, only adding to our struggles.In You Don't Need to Conduct the Orchestra, Jack Armstrong shares previously unpublished spiritual teachings that gently remind us that we can let go of the struggle and then trust and allow our highest good to flow into our lives.
|Publisher:||Wisdom from the Source Publications|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.07(d)|
About the Author
Since 1978, Jack Armstrong has been receiving and transcribing spiritual wisdom through a form of channeling known as Inner Dictation, the same phenomenon through which A Course in Miracles was received. After publishing his first book, Lessons from the Source: A Spiritual Guidebook for Navigating Life's Journey, in 2008, Jack decided to devote his life to sharing these inspiring messages with others for whom they can be helpful. His own life's journey has included stops as a nonprofit executive, Peace Corps volunteer, congressional candidate, small business owner, actor, voiceover artist and hospice volunteer. He lives in the Pacific Northwest and strives to practice the lessons he has received.