Cover Designer: Mark Gerber
Publisher: Emerald Lake Books
Publication Date: June 6, 2023
Step into the ring with life’s challenges and come out a champion.
Drawing on an impressive network of mentors and gurus from around the world, Deborah Charnes has distilled the life lessons they taught her into a collection you won’t want to miss. This practical and adaptable guide will help anyone navigate the toughest battles in life.
With life hacks for boosting your overall health and well-being that take as little as ten minutes a day, From the Boxing Ring to the Ashram empowers you to rise above your struggles and conquer your challenges.
This holistic approach to self-improvement is the ultimate guide to finding balance, peace and purpose.
This is Deborah Charnes’s first book with Emerald Lake Books. We were recommended to her by one of our other authors, Beth Gibbs. When Deborah pitched her idea to us, I knew this would be something special. As someone who loves learning and appreciates the wisdom our elders have to share with us, I enjoyed the concept of a book based on lessons learned from a variety of people, all coming from different walks of life and who each contributed valuable insight into how to live a happier and healthier life.
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Readers’ Favorite 5-Star Review
From the Boxing Ring to the Ashram: Wisdom for Mind, Body and Spirit is a self-help book that touches on life lessons and holistic health. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by Deborah Charnes. In this intuitive, engaging, and deeply wise work, our author takes us through many of the difficult challenges we may face in our lives through the attitudes and experiences of a wide variety of mentors. Whilst some are what you’d expect from a work about self-improvement and harmony within oneself, there are also gurus from much more unexpected places, forming a fascinating picture of how we can develop into our best selves.
Deborah Charnes knows exactly how to pitch her work to give access and empathy to as wide a range of readers as possible. Even the most cynical audiences who might not usually find self-help works empowering or relatable would be hard-pressed not to find Charnes’s tone engaging or resist her well-organized collection of wisdom nuggets. There is charm to be found in everyday moments without the need for huge gestures or big spiritual trips to find oneself, and this book certainly helps you on your journey to find small ways to combat big problems. As someone who lives with chronic pain, the journey to healing and being at peace with your body is often fraught with mental anguish that’s just as damaging as the physical sensations. This book teaches you how to just go easy on yourself and accept new forms of healing into your life. I would certainly recommend From the Boxing Ring to the Ashram to any reader seeking a well-written, friendly, and balanced approach to spirituality, healing, and harmony.
Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite