One woman’s perspective…
I write books for the person I was 10 and 20 years ago. She was longing and searching for a connection to something bigger than herself, craving community, and completely oblivious to just how good life could be.
I like all topics to be on the table, and approached with love, openness and curiosity. I think taking this approach makes even the most daunting of subjects manageable… and dare I say, FUN?
Uncover the teachings of your most feared emotion
What if being angry isn’t your problem?
No matter who you are, or where you are in your life, there was a time when you’ve had a run-in with our darkest emotion. Anger is universal. As uncomfortable as it is, feeling anger isn’t the problem; it’s what we fail to learn from it that is.
Sacred Anger is a journey with the feeling that most of us avoid whenever possible. It is an excavation of the sources, and experiences of anger, and our relationship to it. Seryna Myers guides you through her process that deepens your understanding of how you really feel, extracts the lessons from it, and then gives you the tools to let it go.
Sacred Anger Journal
A companion journal to support inner exploration.
“Nice” people don’t get angry – except sometimes they do. And when emotions bubble up it’s important to have a sacred space where they feel safe to express everything they’re experiencing.
The Sacred Anger Companion Journal was created to complement the work inside Seryna Myers’ 2021 release. This journal can be used independently, or as a way to deeply dive into the questions provided within Sacred Anger: Uncover the teachings of your most feared emotion.
Prayers and Prose
One fallible human’s journey navigating life with her inner compass.
After over a decade of inner work, Seryna compiles the wisdom she’s learned along the way, and with it bringing forward some channeled angel messages and prayers. Prayers and prose is a quick and easy read to inspire and uplift soul seekers and cosmically curious.
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Allow anger to move through you so it can start to move on.