Thursday, 23 September 2021

Humanity's Cry For A Change by Kate Heartsong + #Giveaway

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Book Details:

Book Title:  Humanity's Cry for Change: Actions You Can Take to Create a New Earth by Kate Heartsong
Category: Adult Non-Fiction (18+), 216 pages
Genre:  Inspirational/Motivational
Publisher:  Joyful Radiance, LLC
Release date:  July 2020
Content Rating:  G. No bad language, religious expletives, sex scenes, drug use or underage drinking; also no violence (other than reference that there is a lot of violence happening on the planet).

Book Description:

Many people worldwide are anxious and in pain. They want relief! With chaos in both our individual lives and across the globe, humanity is hungry to learn about why there's all this upheaval and what we can do to positively change ourselves and humanity.

Humanity's Cry for Change has the answers to these, and other important questions that people are yearning to explore and resolve.

Also discover:
  • the science that proves we are all interconnected, and why we must now live with Oneness consciousness to create a new earth and to survive.
  • Valuable exercises that will help us awaken from our dream of separation, walk our authentic life, experience personal healing, raise our vibration, and more.
  • Ways for businesses to create sustainable, collaborative and wholistic systems for the well-being of all.
  • How to create a new earth, one that offers kindness, respect, collaboration, love and peace.
Have hope and lighten your heart as you step onto this journey of positive change and healing; realize that as you do this, everyone benefits and that together we can create the new earth!

Buy the Book ~ Amazon UK

I've unintentionally found myself reading two books focused around similar themes of spiritual self improvement and growth this week, firstly the novel, The Seeker's Garden, by Isa Pearl Ritchie and now Kate Heartsong's nonfiction work, Humanity's Cry For A Change. It must be a sign!

Through this book, Heartsong approaches the question of how, as individuals, we can move towards a better world by explaining her vision of interconnected humanity, influencing each other for better (or worse) by the positive (or negative) energies we exude. The first half of Humanity's Cry For A Change explores concepts such as universal energy cycles and the dawning of a new age, the Age of Aquarius, which I found interesting, although the reinforcement of her message did become a little too repetitious after a while. I could understand how I personally could feel included in efforts to move towards this new harmonious world and was certainly keen to attempt several of the meditation and mindfulness exercises Heartsong suggests within the second half of Humanity's Cry For A Change.

Unfortunately, Heartsong does fall into the trap of quoting as facts other authors' misinterpretations of earlier scientific studies, then going on to extrapolate theories which aren't actually supported by the original science. The infamous Hundredth Monkey Effect study is an example of this. Consequently, I felt her personal opinions and testimonies drew my attention more effectively with her evident enthusiasm sparking my desire to experience the Oneness Living movement for myself. Humanity's Cry For A Change pulls together ideas I have previously considered (but only briefly actioned with minimal commitment in the past) such as the meditation regime suggested in In Love with the World by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche and the daily mindfulness ritual of Marielle Smith's 365 Days Of Gratitude Journal. That these linked ideas keep being returned to my attention can't be simply coincidental. I have chosen the two of Heartsong's meditations that seemed the most accessible for a newbie - opening my heart space and sensing chi - and have set aside time these past few days for them, alternating between the two. I understand that it will take time to become proficient, but I am already encouraged by my attempts.

Meet the Author:

For over 20 years, Kate Heartsong, author, Reiki Master/Teacher, entrepreneur, speaker and coach, has been receiving profound insights while meditating. She is passionate about supporting her clients, audiences and readers with these insights, along with the wisdom from her vast life experiences and education. She does this through empowered coaching, workshop facilitation, writing articles, coauthoring, speaking, and through her two books, Humanity’s Cry for Change and Deeply We Are One.

Kate has also been teaching self-confidence, meditation and Reiki workshops for over 15 years, with many successful client results.

​In addition to this, Kate is one of 91 coaches worldwide, who are on the new Google Play Store app called Ingomu, empowering her learners with her topic called Positively Change Yourself and Humanity.

Connect with the Author: website ~ Twitter ~ Linkedin ~ Pinterest ~ Instagram ~ goodreads 

Tour Schedule:

Sep 13 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review / giveaway
Sep 14 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – book review / guest post / giveaway
Sep 14 – fundinmental – book spotlight / giveaway
Sep 15 – Rajiv's Reviews - book review 
Sep 16 – Kam's Place – book review
Sep 17 – Books for Books - book review 
Sep 20 – Deborah-Zenha Adams – book spotlight / guest post / giveaway
Sep 21 – Gina Rae Mitchell - book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Sep 22 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Sep 23 – Literary Flits – book review / giveaway
Sep 24 – A Mama's Corner of the World - book review / giveaway
Sep 27 – Splashes of Joy – book review / giveaway
Sep 28 – Sefina Hawke's Books – book spotlight
Sep 28 - 
Cover Lover Book Review - book review / author interview / giveaway
Sep 29 – Books and Zebras  - book review
Sep 30 – Cheryl's Book Nook – book spotlight / giveaway

Enter the Giveaway:
Win ONE-HOUR OF LIFE-COACHING with Kate Heartsong, plus one copy (print or ebook) of HUMANITY'S CRY FOR A CHANGE (3 winners/USA only) (ends Oct 7)



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