The Book of Intentions

About The Book

Powerful but practical, The Book of Intentions speaks to you on both a spiritual and human level, addressing your needs and considerations while affirming your true existence and identify.

“I intend.”

With those two words, our whole world can change. When we take notice of our intentions and take control of our intentions, we create a more harmonious and satisfying experience for others and ourselves. The Book of Intentions is a spiritual touchstone that will help you achieve your highest aspirations. In simple, resonant language, the book offers meaningful expressions of intention regarding all facets of existence, including family, friends, nature, society, and spirituality. Both powerful and practical, The Book of Intentions will help you take the first step in creating a more fulfilling life.

About The Author

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Dianne Martin is a writer, editor, writing consultant and an adjunct instructor at Butler University. She assisted in the writing of Tuesday Mornings with the Dads: Stories by Fathers Who Have Lost a Son or a Daughter and its second volume More Mornings with the Dads. In 2004, she produced a staged reading of Elizabeth Berg’s The Pull of the Moon in collaboration with and adapted for the stage by Ms. Berg. Dianne has a degree in theater arts from UCLA and was the publicist and marketing director of Shakespeare Santa Cruz, a professional theater company, for seven years. She is currently producing a documentary about grief and plans to develop additional projects for both film and television. Her work is increasingly motivated by the desire to help others thrive. For additional information, please visit her website at DianneMartin.net.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Atria Books/Beyond Words (May 29, 2012)
  • Length: 176 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781451688320

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