Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead
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Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead

A collection of spiritual lessons, anecdotes, and thoughts on the Divine’s intervention in our lives, this brilliantly written and wonderfully entertaining book teaches us how to live purposefully and in line with the Force of Love.

“What if the Divine is constantly igniting roadside flares to get our attention? What if there actually is a Supreme Organizing Principle with an unbridled sense of humor? And what if we each have this ardent inner suitor who’s writing us love letters every day that often go unopened?”

Whether we know it or not, we all experience the touch of the Divine in our lives every single day. After twenty-five years spent consulting and advising tens of thousands of people from all over the world, Tosha Silver realized that almost all of us have similar concerns: “How do I stop worrying? How can I feel safe? Why do I feel so alone?” And often, “Who am I really?” For the passionately spiritual and the bemusedly skeptical alike, she created Outrageous Openness. This delightful book, filled with wisdom and fresh perspectives, helps create a relaxed, trusting openness in the reader to discover answers to life’s big questions as they spontaneously arise.

At its heart, Outrageous Openness opens the door to a profound truth: By allowing the Divine to lead the way, we can finally put down the heavy load of hopes, fears, and opinions about how things should be. We learn how to be guided to take the right actions at the right time, and to enjoy the spectacular show that is our life.

Title:Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead
Edition Language:English
ISBN:1476789746
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:240 pages

    Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead Reviews

  • Eva Czmer
    Jul 02, 2013

    I have not quite finished little gem but I already know without a doubt that this is my all time favourite little book on divine guidance and I rate it 10 stars out of 5! Tosha is a very quirky Aquari...

  • Robin Donnelly
    Feb 09, 2014

    Since Valentine's Day is "International Book Giving Day" I asked for this for my gift. I follow Tosha Silver on FB and have been intrigued by some of her posts about astrology and excerpts about this ...

  • Lucy
    Jul 15, 2012

    GET THIS BOOK! You will not regret the small price for the immense wisdom and joy found between the pages, and in my case (the audio book) in the calm lovely voice of the author herself! This book cou...

  • Kathryn
    Jul 28, 2015

    First sentence: Years ago I became fascinated by an adorable book called Are You My Mother?, the tale of a baby bird searching the world for its home.Favorite quotes:Beside every blade of grass is an ...

  • Susan
    Jul 01, 2014

    You know that old speculation that if Jesus were alive today, he'd probably be a woman? Well, he is and his name is Tosha Silver. This time around, the professions are astrologer and author but she st...

  • Jess
    Dec 31, 2014

    I have read The game of life and how to play it by Florence Shovel Shin last year and loved it so very much. However this book is like the 2014 version. It is so inspiring and I will be rereading this...

  • Lexy
    Jun 26, 2012

    This is a super funny, witty, charismatic and entertaining read! And not to mention super practical. This isn't some dense new-age theoretical read or some religious mumbo jumbo. It's a smooth, rich, ...

  • Eerika
    Sep 12, 2016

    This was an amazingly inspiring and soothingly hopeful book. I read "Outrageous Openness" almost at one go and right after that the author's other book Change Me Prayers, so I'll review these together...

  • Jillian
    Sep 14, 2016

    One of those audio books I'm definitely going to listen to again. I'm currently enrolled in astrology courses at Kepler, so love the astro bent to this book. I think I heard about it from either The A...

  • Lorilee
    Oct 13, 2015

    When I began reading this book, I knew after the first chapter that this is a book I will not only purchase but will keep at my fingertips to reread portions whenever I know I've "forgotten" how the U...