In a deeply heartfelt way, Jerry Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione share stories of their spiritual journey, detours theyve taken, and people who have impacted them along their life trail. Using the Hawaiian tradition of talking story, Jerry and Diane demonstrate the daily application of spiritual principles and practical spirituality. Individually and together, they weave their journey for us as it continues to evolve from the influences around them. They inspire us to embrace and share our own stories of peaks and valleys that make up our journeys.
The authors honest and vulnerable style of communicating continues to reveal their life purposes in the choices they make and the lessons theyve learned. Each day still provides challenges and circumstances that call to those parts of us that want to judge others or ourselves, they write. What is different now is that we more quickly recognize when were lost and the choice we have to return to the path of unconditional love. Once we remember that our purpose is service and helping others, as well as letting go of our judgments and grievances by practicing forgiveness, the path is easier, the direction clearer, and the destination of peace achievable.
Diane V. Cirincione, Ph.D., is a therapist, businesswoman, international lecturer, and author/co-author of several books. In addition to holding masterÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology, she also has a B.S. in organizational behavior. She has founded and owned four companies and has worked with Jerry since 1981, responding to requests from around the world to adapt Attitudinal Healing to diverse, culturally appropriate situations.
Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine and is a child and adult psychiatrist. He founded the first International Center for Attitudinal Healing in 1975. There are now Centers and groups located on five continents offering free psychological, emotional, and spiritual support for children and adults facing crisis/growth situationsÃ¢â‚¬â€including life-threatening illnesses, caregiver issues, and relationship challengesÃ¢â‚¬â€as well as a host of other services.