(BPRW) Dr. Lisa Collins Authors New Book – Love of Light: A Guide to Peace and Oneness
(Black PR Wire) Whether we know it or not, each of us are on a plight to achieve peace and oneness and to have a love of light.
Fittingly, Love of Light: A Guide to Peace and Oneness is the title of the new book by Lisa Collins, Ed.D., a medium, spiritual writer, and playwright. The book provides step-by-step guidance to reclaim peace, tranquility, love, and connection.
“My book is an enlightening gift to the world on how to come back to love by connecting with yourself and with God,” explains Dr. Collins. “It is my hope that it will help readers to expand their consciousness, boost self-awareness, and help the ones they love by following the simple instructions in the book.”
Lisa Collins, Ed.D. provides the needed guidance on connecting to peace and love—as well as God. Readers can get answers to questions such as:
- How have we allowed sexuality, politics, and skin color to divide us so much?
- Why is it so difficult to love each other as human beings?
- What would happen if we were to look at others as if they were whole?
- How can we control the darkness of our minds?
The author also explores what life would be like if we led with love instead of judgement. She explains that it’s hard and it takes practice, but through prayer, each one of us can make progress.
Dr. Collins continues to spread love of light through more than one platform. She is also the host of her own Podcast – Love and Light with Dr. Lisa Living Every Day in Peace. The purpose of the podcast is to shine a light of hope. The show is designed to identify and find the need for a life of peaceful love-filled existence and engagement of tough topics by leaning in and incorporating healing. Its premise is that day-to-day living can be difficult in our world today and most people don’t know how to live a peaceful, joy-filled existence. Dr. Collins’ answer? She said that the key to this is simple: Love.
During episodes of the podcast, listeners will lean into healing practices that enlarge their spiritual reality through the act of love. This kind of love begins with yourself and your neighbor and transcends age, race, sex, generation, class, and sexual identity. Dr. Collins explains that the world changes when we root ourselves in love.
Those who wish to embark on a journey of Peace and Oneness are encouraged to join Dr. Lisa Collins as she unpacks and identifies the need for a peaceful, love-filled existence by engaging the challenging and hard topics of life. The podcast is available on Apple, Spotify and YouTube.
About Lisa Collins
Dr. Lisa Collins uses her spiritual gifts to provide healing and openness that acknowledges the intersectionality of humankind. As a professional who provides healing frameworks to a world in need, she specializes in racial healing. She utilizes her life coaching from Conscious Freedom and spirituality to provide acceptance and space for connectedness and oneness.
Dr. Collins is an educational professional with over 25 years of experience. She holds degrees in psychology and education and works as a business and education consultant. As a learning and development professional, she supports talent management and business partners to solve workforce challenges. She brings a gender and equity lens to her working environments and her communities as a person of color. She uses Conscious Freedom and Interpersonal Neurobiology frameworks to enhance her consulting. Dr. Collins brings multiple perspectives, creates community, and studies racial healing to her work. She serves on the Oregon Assembly of Black Affairs, the advisory board for Strategies of Trauma Awareness and Resilience with Eastern Mennonite University, and On The Inside, a creative outlet and healing for incarcerated women.
Creatively, Dr. Collins is a playwright and filmmaker with works produced in New York (Manhattan Repertory Theater) and Portland (Hipbone, Portland Center Stage, and the Armory). Her short film, Be Careful What You Ask For has won selection in the Fertile Ground New Work Virtual Festival 2021, Manhattan Repertory Short Stories Film Festival 2021, Pacific Northwest Multicultural Film Festival 2021, and Portland Film Festival 2021.
Love of Light: A Guide to Peace and Oneness can be purchased through Archway Publishing, a division of Simon & Schuster. The cost is $8.99 for the soft cover, and $3.99 for the e-book. To place your order, or for more information, please visit https://www.archwaypublishing.com/en/bookstore/bookdetails/835698-love-of-light.
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