Finding the Missing Peace: A Healing Journey to Wholeness


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$16.99  $15.80
Prashanti Group LLC
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.51 inches | 0.63 pounds

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About the Author

Chris Duffy-Wentzel supports women and adult adoptees who are seeking a life re-invention as a result of triggering anxiety, uncertainty, self-judgments and dis-appointments. A certified personal development and career coach, her process weaves together mind-ful journeying, brain science and sacred healing arts to help build more confidence, self-acceptance, joy and well-being. Chris can be reached at


"Finding the Missing Peace is both a compelling mystery and a spiritual search for a deeper identity. It is a captivating, uplifting, and heart-opening story of Chris Duffy-Wentzel's

search for her birth mother. Once I began reading her book, I did not want to put it down as I followed Chris along the path of unravelling the mystery of her birth. I read in wonder as she uncovered essential clues through unconventional psychic means when adoption agencies refused to help her, and how in the process of this search, she found something very precious-a deep sense of her own identity and her true spiritual essence." -Marjorie Woollacott PhD, Neuroscientist and Author, Infinite Awareness: The Awakening of a Scientific Mind

"Chris Duffy-Wentzel's journey of healing physically, emotionally and spiritually is fascinating. Her journey is so compelling that I could not stop reading her book. Her honesty touched my heart. Her humor made me laugh out loud. She tells her life story with an open heart as she recounts her insights and lessons in life."-Peggy Huddleston Author, Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster: A Guide of Mind-Body Techniques

"Finding the Missing Peace has a universal appeal. The element of mystery in it will engage the heart of the reader who will journey right with the author. The book is a life-giving gift that will help others in their search for healing."-Beth Kingsley Hawkins, M. A., music psychotherapist