Today's guest on "A Book and a Chat" is co-author of the inspirational book "The Way to Stillness" Anne Vincent.
Anne along with her mother Gayle share a unique approach to connecting with others at a deep level, offering a practical guide that anyone might use as a manual on their spiritual journey.
"The Way to Stillness" began in 1996 encouraged by clients and at the request of the Spiritual Journeys Class (a program my mother started 27 years ago) at First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN.
The book tells the story of how Gayle followed her dreams and emerged with an amazing process they call "The Love Motif". On her journey, she encounters Viktor Frankl, Mother Teresa, and other great souls and brings that ability to transform a human life through the power of love.
From numerous notes and recording the book has come together over a period of time, showing a reader that if they connect with their inner stillness and practice the love motif, in their lives, all things are possible for them.
During the entertaining thirty minutes of the show, Anne shared with us much not only about how the book came about and some of the issues in producing "The Way to Stillness", as well as her hopes for how the book can help readers of all faiths and nations to find“stillness” in their own lives.
As I mentioned on during the radio show, I am sure the book will spread the story, and beliefs of Gayle and Anne around the world, sharing and helping with many.
I am sure this is not the last we will hear of Anne Vincent.
So why not sit back and enjoy thirty minutes of “A Book and a Chat with Anne Vincent” or else download the mp3 file and listen at your own convenience.
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