Karma in Action: Finding Meaning, Making Choices – New Book Released by Change

January 17 15:04 2018
Karma in Action: Finding Meaning, Making Choices is a new book that combines an inspiring memoir with a guide to karma laws, presenting readers with a different way to view the world and the events in their lives. Life doesn’t happen to you-you make life happen. Learn how to use your karma. Your life will never be the same.

Menlo Park, CA, USA – Karma in Action: Finding Meaning, Making Choices is a new book that combines an inspiring memoir with a guide to karma laws, presenting readers with a different way to view the world and the events in their lives. Life doesn’t happen to you – you make life happen. Learn how to use your karma. Your life will never be the same.

Karma is not a religious term. And it is not a judgment from a past life. Discover what karma really is in the only book that combines karma with an intimate memoir. Part love story, part inspirational, Karma in Action: Finding Meaning, Making Choices shows how the author and psychologist Constance L. Vincent and her husband discovered the 12 laws of karma that wound like a thread through their lives-tools that will help you identify your own karma and show you how to use it for greater well being and happiness. Quotations from famous writers, Zen stories, light-hearted excerpts and personal anecdotes all support the idea that personal karma reflects what you create and express. Live the best story of your life right now!


About the Author

Developmental psychologist Constance L. Vincent, PhD, earned her doctorate from the University of California, Irvine, after graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Ohio University. She taught developmental psychology as an associate professor at Chapman University and at Santa Clara University.

Vincent is the author of Not Going Gently, a medical memoir chronicling her mother’s fight with Alzheimer’s. The memoir was one of the few indie books honored by Kirkus Reviews and has been translated into Spanish. Vincent is also the editor of the English edition of Dr. Tom Wu’s Different Approach in Natural Healing.

Vincent and her husband, Ed, live in Menlo Park, California, where she volunteers for the Alzheimer’s Speaker Bureau and is a member of Peninsula Volunteers, a seniors’ support group. She and her husband enjoy travel, the opera, and their blended family of four daughters and twelve grandchildren. Their son died in 2015.

Media Contact
Company Name: Change
Contact Person: Constance L. Vincent
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 650-854-0885
Country: United States
Website: http://www.twitter.com/drclvincent

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