LONDON, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- In her new book, "Positively Conscious: An Enlightened Look At Life" (published by AuthorHouse -- http://www.authorhouse.com), Deborah E. Chester takes an in-depth look at what is happening in our world today and offers positive suggestions and solutions to deal with the problems we all face.
Through her own life experiences, Chester became aware of the direct link between emotional trauma and physical ill-health and embarked on a journey to find out why so many of us are unwell. The result is "Positively Conscious," an energy-shifting, awareness-raising book that is a must-read for anyone trying to enhance, enrich or enlighten their life.
"We live in a fast-paced, materialistic, overpopulated world where the desire to 'acquire' appears to have taken precedence over everything else," Chester writes. "In our high-tech society, electronic devices practically think for us. Whilst governments grapple with solutions to control global climate, we continue polluting our beautiful planet to the point of endangering its ecological balance and survival."
Honest and unflinching, Chester argues that the emotional and physical well-being of humans is related to the health of the environment and the general psyche of the people. She tackles topics including heart disease, obesity, addiction, stress and depression, and encourages living with more awareness. By giving readers renewed interest and connection to nature and the power to self-heal, Chester is hopeful that this enhanced awareness will be extended to transform and save our exhausted, exploited and depleted planet -- before it is too late.
About the Author: Deborah E. Chester has lived in Yemen, Germany, Northern Ireland, Cyprus, France and the U.S. She currently lives in London and her interests include film, music, art and the vast arena of alternative health and bio-electric medicine. "Positively Conscious: An Enlightened Look At Life" is her first book. More information is available at http://www.positivelyconscious.com.
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