Linda Ferguson will be touring June 4 – July 27 2012 with her spiritual nonfiction book, Staying Grounded in Shifting Sand.

Staying Grounded in Shifting Sandprovides insightful stories and ideas to support your spiritual journey and help you answer your soul’s calling. Inside you’ll read how to step fully into who you are as an awakened soul being. You’ll read ways to apply spiritual principles for daily challenges and stressors of relationships, finances, work, or family.  You’ll learn how to connect with the joy and beauty of who you are as a spiritual being through your various human experiences.

You’ll learn ways to shift how you experience your world using the affirmations, meditations, and visualizations provided in each chapter. A new process called Transformational Empowerment™ shows seven key steps for manifesting your heart’s desire and fulfilling your soul contracts.

You’ve already signed up to be an agent for spiritual transformation, in your own life and in the world.  Staying Grounded in Shifting Sand is a spiritual guidebook to help you navigate through your daily stresses, spiritual tests, and challenging relationships. It also is a celebration of the joy you are here to experience as a conscious co-creator.  Each chapter ends with concrete, meaningful exercises for you to use immediately!

You can visit her website at

Here’s a peek:

I traveled to Asia several times and in one trip had the opportunity to visit Nepal.  One of the excursions was to the Royal Chitwan National Park, a former hunting ground for the king.   It is open to the public for walks, jeep rides or elephant rides to see the wildlife in its preserved state.  The national government allows a limited number of people to enter the park with a guide, which entails crossing a crocodile-filled river in a wooden canoe.

One early morning walk, we came across a couple of rhinos bathing in a small pool.   Our guide told us to lay low since the rhino will charge if it senses danger.  Our guide also explained that rhinos have very poor eyesight, and so if it sees something move it will charge regardless of the animal.  Rhinos have even attacked jeeps.  Our guide seemed to take delight in calling to the rhinos to get their attention and then back off when the rhinos looked around or moved.  The rhino is a good metaphor for those who are living their lives without a fully awakened mind.  Many people sense danger and attack, even if they don’t fully understand what they are attacking.   And because they can’t see clearly, they feel in a state of anxiety or danger most of the time.  You may know such people. They could be co-workers, neighbors, community leaders, friends or family members.

The fight or flight instinct is very strong in us.  Fight or flight, along with feeding and mating, are the four basic human instincts.  When stressed we react out of instinct or deeply learned patterns.   We react without thinking through what may be happening, or as the rhino, without seeing what’s really going on.  Luckily we humans can stop from instinctive, knee jerk reactions.  We can reflect on the situation and see it from various viewpoints.  Staying open and aware you needn’t simply react.  You can choose how you respond.  You can attack or flee or you can negotiate, cajole, charm, or surrender.   As we move from childhood to adulthood we learn to see situations beyond what is immediately happening and to consider various options for dealing with life events.

A spiritually awakened mind not only determines what is going on in the material physical plane, but also sees beyond what is happening in the immediate moment.  You learn to look for and eventually understand the spiritual lesson or spiritual drama being played out.   Everyone can cultivate this spiritual way of seeing to become more centered and grounded in the midst of turbulence or stress of daily life.

It is too easy to lose balance by the stresses of daily living, to let our small self call the shots, allow other people’s agenda and ego, or our own fears, run the show.  The question is- what game do you want to play?  Do you want to play the game of life that feeds that small self or do you want to play the game that expands yourself?  The bigger game involves seeing where your growing edge is, moving beyond your routine daily living to re-connect with your soul journey. You need to be willing to open to the Cosmic wake-up calls and nudges of your soul to learn the lesson required and find more solid ground.  This is a game that lets you tap into power much larger than your small self and achieve possibilities beyond your wildest dreams.

Linda is also available for interviews, guest posts and spotlights w/book giveaways as well as radio interviews.  This is a huge 2 month tour.  All bloggers will receive a FREE PDF copy of her book for your generosity in hosting her.  Paperbacks are available for review but if you would rather have the PDF, let us know.

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