Quiet Mind: How to Create Freedom from Depression and Anxiety
I hope you enjoy this little gem.
It’s about building life skills that generate emotional peace and stability – my true story.
- It’s intentionally short and inviting.
- Written with bullet points to be easily understood.
- Invites you to read it again and again as your skills develop.
Following years of research, I pulled out the most effective gems, simplified the language, and bundled them into this clear mini-handbook. The process is 100% natural and moves you up the emotional ladder to joy, predictability, and self-worth. Your mind will return to a clear state—enriched, curious, receptive, and mentally agile. Let me lift you up!
From Ashes To Wholeness
I found the source of core healing after breast cancer left me debilitated, depressed, and beyond the reach of conventional medicine. I, alone, had to pull myself out of the hole.
I studied leading-edge wellness philosophies, alternative healing modalities, the mechanics of energy, and the functioning of our brain. And led by a guiding presence, I created a route to vibrant wellness through personal empowerment, the power of thought, and the power of love. The steps are simple and easy to incorporate.
If you also experience physical or emotional challenges, I feel a personal kinship with you. I am your messenger of these healing truths.
If it can happen for me, it can happen for you.
“Come Dance With Me.”
Ruth Anderson interviews Linda Dierks on her new book – Quiet Mind: How to Create Freedom From Depression and Anxiety
“Help!” What else do you say in the face of a double whammy like bipolar II and breast cancer? “Nothing will make you doubt yourself more than a brain you can’t trust,” Linda Dierks says. “I had lost my job, my identity, my sanity, all my money and my right breast.” click for more
Mona Lisa with the chemo lab eyes. I never saw my true beauty until I lost my hair.
Watch for My Second Book…
The Three Stepping-Stones to Wellness and Joy: A Woman, A Higher Presence and Triumph Over Illness and Depression
“I am endlessly the nine-year-old girl rolling my overalls up to my knees and stepping stones in my bare feet across mountain streams, a sneaker in each outstretched hand for balance.
“This courage, grit, and gumption served me well when cancer and depression nearly stripped away my life. But within me was a driving force and inner knowing steering me to a greater source of wellness.”
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