by the Psychology Today Book Brigade
Finalist in “Best New Non-fiction”
by International Book Awards
Judge Commentary–22nd Annual Writers’ Digest Self-published Book Awards
“I have great respect for this author–not only for her writing style, which is superb, but for her wisdom and ability to convey the essence of what life’s bumps, confusions and grief are about, and why it is so important to make human existence into a transforming journey.
“I find Eckl’s questions and philosophy grounding; her case examples are pertinent and inspiring. She capably helps the reader understand how relevant life-shaking change is, how the light process can enable the sufferer to endure and possibly become stronger, no matter how difficult or confusing that may seem at the moment. The story of the author’s father, Dennis, was a particularly good example of how integrity can survive a mortal’s lifetime to enrich/encourage others.
“I liked Eckl’s poems; when I read how she has worked in musical theater, it became clearer to me why this entire self-help book, while philosophical, has the feeling of having been written by an artist. It is exceedingly eloquent. I very much appreciated finding end notes as they are the sign of a person who values study and reference. The Light Process is calming and nurturing. I know I will be looking for more of this writer’s work.”
Things are different these days. Suddenly, what worked in the past is obsolete. We’re not sure what’s next. And most of us try to escape this painful feeling too quickly. Running faster isn’t the solution. We need a way to navigate change’s rough terrain without falling off a cliff. To mine its creative opportunities. To thrive in its midst.
Even welcome change can be disruptive. But with this innovative method, you can move confidently through any of life’s transitions—great or small.
meaning, peace of mind, and a way to help others.
You are living on the razor’s edge of change.