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5 Ways People Accidentally Push God Away While Trying to Bring Him Closer
Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Author of Tango with the Divine: SELFGnosis 101 illuminates how spiritual seekers inadvertently miss the mark

OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Many people long to experience an intimate relationship with God but have difficulty doing so. Sharon Quinn, who attended Catholic schools and nearly became a nun, now knows why. She says, "Too many people seek God from a judgmental place, as a sinner who needs to be forgiven. But the truth is we are mighty fine just the way we are ... and that is as uniquely embodied aspects of God."

Quinn is the author of the new book Tango with the Divine: SELFGnosis--101 Spirit R&R--Bring Your Life into the Light! (Window to the World Publishing). She defines SELFGnosis as genuinely knowing yourself and having intimacy with God. She says, "It's a step-by-step process I created that you can find nowhere else. It can heal people's emotional, mental, or spiritual pain. It's kind of like a 12-step program but on a higher awareness level that's proving to be far more effective. People who go through the SELFGnosis process reconnect with their higher selves, live life more fully, have more clarity, enjoy healthier relationships, improve communication skills, and personally experience the daily intimacy of God walking with them in their daily shoes."

Quinn began developing the program 40 years ago after nearly dying in an accident in which she was pinned between her van and a wall. Miraculously, she suffered no broken bones or trauma to any major organ. Still, physicians said she should have died.

Quinn can address such questions as:

    --  Are physical laws secondary to God's laws?
    --  How can people solve problems by talking to their higher selves?
    --  Does God communicate through symbols or words?
    --  Is there a purpose larger than our life?
    --  Is death the end of our existence?
    --  Why does she say that enlightenment is true health?

Praise for Tango with the Divine

"Tango with the Divine allows you to see with clarity your next step in true authentic spirituality--dance on!" - Will Gable, Sensei Hikari Aikido

About the Author

Sharon Quinn is an Essene minister and the best-selling author of The Big IF in Life: Discover the Biggest Purpose Ever Guiding You--a spiritual warm-up and companion book to Preface to Your Eternity: Unearth Your Sacred Knowing. She is the founder of Window to the World, a company devoted to helping people achieve educational excellence and optimal spiritual health and well-being. She's a workshop leader, inspirational speaker and weekly radio talk show co-host. She lives in the American heartland.

Contact: Sharon Quinn, (405) 495-8128;;

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