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The changing face of society, particularly in America, is reflected in the plight of ordinary people. For many, life has become uncertain, with financial concerns and health issues on the increase. Family relationships have suffered and individuals feel both alienated and helpless, with no quality of life. In terms of employment, the rise of the owner/employer class has seen the virtual enslavement of the worker/servant class. A long working week and job insecurity have resulted in few people being truly happy in their work, but they nevertheless need to earn a living. It is with these and other factors in mind that author Davina Kotulski offers the reader The Manna Paradigm Shift as a means of eliminating faulty belief systems and claiming back personal freedom and happiness. It invites readers to alter their personal mindset through sound advice, meditation, the power of thought, and more. Often it is fear that traps us in a particular situation. The leap of faith to overcome that fear is left up to the reader.
Acclaimed author Davina Kotulski is a qualified clinical psychologist, with considerable experience in counseling and life skills coaching. She describes many situations experienced by her clients which will resonate with readers. To this, she adds a spiritual dimension and explores our vibrational levels, chakras (energy centers), higher consciousness, and our relationship with the Universe. She offers sage advice on improving self-esteem and countering self-doubt through higher (Manna) consciousness. The Manna analogy is biblical and reminds readers of the children of Israel escaping bondage in Egypt when Manna sustained them on their desert journey. The symbolism is unusual but apt, as many readers want to flee their own personal Egypt - be it work, relationship, or lifestyle-related. In reading The Manna Paradigm Shift, they will be equipped with the necessary tools to attract Manna into their lives. A thirty-day challenge program is included. The book is more than just a recipe for manifesting abundance; it is a call for an end to slave mentality.