Trauma, Grief, Pain-Bodies and Healing: Change Your Mind Change Your Life
Do you want to learn how to change your mindset to victory instead of defeat?
Do you long to reprogram your mind to reach new levels of achievement and purpose despite our current times?
Do you want to live fearless, knowing that your dreams and vision will be reality and you will reach your assigned destiny?
In Trauma - Pain - Body - Grief & Healing, author Sandra Jackson reveals a daily life-changing strategy for taking control of your thoughts to live a victorious life.
Sandra Jackson offers a practical guide filled with key verses, instructions, challenges, questions, and answers to peek at your intellect and encourage you never to neglect your purpose.
Daily you will be reminded despite setbacks, pain endured, and emotional scarring, you are healthy. You are worthy. You are victorious.
Are you ready to be catapulted into a future knowing that it is bright and it is awaiting your arrival?
You are equipped with everything you need to handle anything that comes your way. When you learn to delete sabotaging thoughts created to destroy you and focus on the promises bestowed upon you by our Heavenly Father, Almighty God, you will see that you are favored, and indeed, brighter days are ahead.
This book can be purchased by clicking the picture. My interview with Sandra will give you a better look inside where her creativity and being an author began.
What inspired you to write this book?
Sandra: I was inspired to write during the pandemic because of the visible need for healing in the land.
What is your favorite childhood book?
Sandra: Whiney the Pooh
What does literary success look like to you?
Sandra: It is my belief that literary success is when your writing meets the needs of your audience as well as benefits the author.
Does your family support your work as a writer?
How do you select the names of your characters?
Sandra: Through the leading of the Lord.
How did publishing your first book change your process of writing?
Sandra: I have learned a vast amount since the first book project; therefore, I believe I can teach others which way to go and which way not to go. Many people are experimenting who pretend to be legit and prey on novice writers. We must learn how to discern between the entire group of professional publishers.
Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
Sandra: Yes. I have not received a bad one and if I ever do I will take it into consideration without taking it personally and use what I can to improve.