Tammy Plunkett was always attracted to mind-body medicine and after twelve years of nursing in cardiac and intensive care units, she switched gears and earned her diploma for Natural Health Consultant from the Alternative Medicine College of Canada in 2003, as well as earning a diploma from Canadian Homeopathy Institute in 2005. She then opened her own practice while continuing to focus on balancing both Western and complementary medicine. What she discovered and learned she is sharing in her book, Being Human: Inspiration for Balancing Mind Body and Spirit.
Many people tend to hurtle through each day, dealing with one obstacle after the next, while rarely finding time to even entertain the idea of having a life filled with peace and spiritual awareness. Yet, when there are those brief moments to pause, often from exhaustion, there is the curiosity about those who do manage to seem to float along with some sort of “other” connection, which begs the question, how do we do that and live in the real world? After all, Plunkett says, “Somebody has to stop meditating long enough to cook dinner.”
Being Human reminds the reader that they do not have to move to Tibet or live in a cave to find peace. Rather, the choices made in our everyday lives serve as the bridge between basic reactive state and a more aware higher self. This self-help book shows how to use choices to transform one’s life, as well as the world in which one lives. Unafraid to approach controversial topics, Plunkett takes a candid look at religion, politics, education and medicine and discusses the very desire for power and money that drives them and how that affects one’s life.
Being Human is written for the everyday person who doesn’t need a PhD or does not have the time to study spirituality for years in order to understand and apply its concepts.
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During a hiatus from caring for others in order to raise her four children, Tammy Plunkett, who overcame child abuse and neglect, strengthened her understanding of mind body and spiritual life. She went on to learn the art of creative writing and worked toward her psychology degree. Plunkett is a speaker and wellness consultant and the founder and CEO of Inspiration4 Inc. She recently spoke on finding peace in everyday chaos as part of the Oprah in Ottawa celebrations – Live Your Best Day event. You may find out more about the author at www.tammyplunkett.com. She is available for interview.
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