Thu, Oct 29 | Zoom

Victoria Price, Living Love: 12 Heart-Centered Practices to Transform Your Life

With her latest book, Victoria Price, shows how you can be the person you long to be -- someone who overflows with immense joy, experiences deep connection, expresses creativity, and feels profound peace.
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Oct 29, 2020, 6:00 PM

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A spiritual self-help book, Living Love demonstrates how to turn aside the fears that stand between you and self-fulfillment and to embrace the healing power of love, permitting it to transform every aspect of your life. From creating a daily routine of joy and gratitude to developing a practice of presence and forgiveness, Victoria provides the tools for taking delight in being alive, countering fear, and developing compassion and openness.

"Living Love is as elementary and accessible a Life Guide as it is a profound examination of the inner psyche. Victoria Price has dedicated her sharp and probing mind to the deepest corridors of her emotions, and then expanded out to reach every one of us, hungry to live our days in the most meaningful, joyous ways possible. You will do more than read this book. You will work it into your inner soul, page by page." -- Diana Nyad, author of Find a Way

You can purchase Living Love from CW here.

About the Author

Victoria Price is the author of the critically acclaimed Vincent Prince: A Daughter's Biography and The Way of Being Lost: A Road Trip to My Truest Self. She is a popular inspirational speaker on topics ranging from the daily practice of joy, living your legacy of yes, facing your fears and transforming your life through love-based practices, and making peace with your past stories to expand your creative futures. Price has appeared on Good Morning America, and NPR's "Fresh Air" and "Morning Edition," and her work has been featured in USA Today, People, Travel & Leisure, Art & Auction, and The New York Times.

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