Practicing Life in One-Degree Shifts

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November 15, 2019

Author Rena Whittaker Releases Empowering New Book “BeingTribal: Practicing Life in One Degree Shifts”

The Light Network’s latest potentially life-changing release, “BeingTribal”, delivers a way to get beyond traumatic childhood experiences and live life to the fullest.

It’s a painful fact of many lives that what happens in childhood can have a destructive impact, stretching all of the way into adulthood. Finding solutions that lead to healing and self-compassion empowers sustainable change, allowing for the freedom of a new beginning. There is good news! There is a proven path in the new release “BeingTribal: Practicing Life in One Degree Shifts” by Rena Whittaker, from positivity focused publisher The Light Network, This new book delivers powerful tools to help readers along in their journey.

“Practicing life in one-degree shifts, because I knew how important a trusted group of people around me, was to my success,” commented Whittaker. “I was able to create slow and steady change in my life with loving accountability in my tribes.”

In addition to using the BeingTribal methods on herself, successfully, Whittaker is proud to have had the privilege and honor to coach individuals and corporate teams, leveraging their desire for success into creating transformational change.

Whittaker shares tools in BeingTribal, that encourages readers to practice daily meditation, journaling, affirmations, vision boards and a personal vision statement; all aimed at helping to build a stronger, healthier, and happier person.

Early reviews for the new book have been passionate and enthusiastic. Michelle S., from Boston, recently said in a five-star review, “I have had some real internal
problems that I know have their origins in my young childhood. I have had no success in
working through them until reading ‘BeingTribal’ and apply its lessons to my life. The freedom it has delivered is remarkable and I fully recommend it!”

Read the original press review here.

July 23, 2020

Rena Whittaker, author of BeingTribal, was interviewed on the radio show, Authenticity Matters by Jen Coyne.

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