Blog Tour: Can Spiritual Women Say F#ck? - A Jersey Girl's Guide to Inner Peace

Date Published: 8/12/2013

- A revolutionary new set of rules for your best life.
- A touching memoir of one seeker's path.
- A stirring call to action for a brand new world.
- A how-to for bringing what is possible to life.
- Straight talk for seekers & skeptics alike.

My Review:

This is my kind of self-help book. I loved the way Jessica Barrett teaches through her own life experiences, it didn't make me feel bad about myself, it really made gave me another outlook on life and decisions. 

This is a great read for anyone who knows that leading spiritual and satisfying life is possible no matter what your past. I think that the bullet points in the synopsis really nail this novel. A definite must read. 

Jess Barrett was raised in a small town at the Jersey shore, where she was given a strong sense of self, a crystal clear view of everything she looked at, and an honest, authentic way of being in the world. This book is the reflection of her deep desire to build a bridge for people who are seeking and suffering.  She knows real change can be as easy as taking the next off-ramp in your journey, understanding that the only way to can create sustainable change, both in ourselves and in the world, is to allow your beliefs to affect how you live.

An ordained minister and empath, she seeks to serve by trying to reach individual souls and stir them to participate in the revolution of consciousness she believes is both necessary and inevitable. She creates life-changing experiences, offers coaching and counseling, and is available for speaking engagements on a number of topics.  Further information about her work and projects can be found at her website.

When she's not trying to change the world, she's also a crazy cat lady running an unofficial rescue out of her house (right now, we have five cats and three dogs)!

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