'Inner Spark is a book that will help you move through difficult times, and remind you of your own greatness.' Deepak Chopra
Change is inevitable, but how can we learn to navigate struggle and appreciate how emotions ebb and flow?
Kristin Vikjord presents a practical toolkit of exercises to help find, regain and nurture your inner spark. Drawing on her experiences as a Clinical Psychologist and yoga and mindfulness facilitator, Kristin combines these complimentary, integrative therapies for a book that has the scientific mind of a psychologist and the heart and soul of yoga teacher.
In Inner Spark, Kristin offers eight ‘prescriptions for wellbeing’ including practical activities that match up to the three sections of the book: normalization; clarification and agency. She explains how pathways in the brain work, showing how, and crucially why, it's important for anyone navigating a difficult time, physically or mentally, to have a toolkit for re-connection.
Kristin Vikjord has effectively harnessed the long Scandinavian winters to stoke her own inner spark and created this guide that will help readers embrace the challenges of modern life, from burnout to navigating new parenthood.
Inner Spark is a book that will help you move through difficult times, and remind you of your own greatness.
Deepak Chopra, MD author, Metahuman: Unleashing Your Infinite Potential
Kristin Vikjord’s book bursts from the mind of a psychologist and the soul of a powerful teacher, as deep as the Nordic waters. Kristin has a unique, healing, and important voice. I highly recommend it.
Max Strom, speaker, breathing teacher and author of A Life Worth Breathing and There is No App for Happiness
All of us have an innate sense of wellbeing and joy. Kristin Vikjord makes this abundantly clear in her book Inner Spark. Kristin Vikjord has a very readable, relatable and lively writing style. The reader is skillfully guided how to re-ignite their ‘Inner Spark’ through easy to adopt changes and techniques, including yoga. . . for anyone who wants to realize their inner potential to be happy.
Shirley Telles MBBS, MPhil, PhD (Neurophysiology), DSc (Yoga),Director, Patanjali Research Foundation, Haridwar, India