by Roman Oleh Yaworsky


SpiritUnleashed Publications (First printing, 2007)

9 x 6, 278 pages, acid free paper

Copyright © 2007 by Roman Oleh Yaworsky


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Part 1 – The Foundation

Being Centered: Living from your authentic self

The Inner child: Learning to act from your core

Feelings and Emotions

How Did We Lose Our Inner Child?

Young Face, Old Face: Your Postures in Life

Part 2 – Relationship

The Power of Relationship: Relationship is destiny

Healing the Fire Within: Revealing your heart

The Heart of the Matter: Recovering your heart

The Mind and the Heart

Part 3 - Regaining Your Center

Regaining your Power: Your own healing journey

Inner and Outer Will 

Another Approach to Your Ego

Direction: Knowing what is in your heart 

Sin: Separation from your Inner Nature

Who carries the responsibility for your life?

Addiction: What are you addicted to in your life?

Overcoming Addiction

Taking Care of What You Hold in your Heart



Putting it all Together



Excerpt from

How Did We Lose
Our Inner Child?


When others start to define us

As a child, you began to unfold to the experiences around you and to interact with the people in your life: your parents and family, and later your friends or others. These are the people with whom you share love and heart. Out of love, you move outwardly and open up to them. You learn through them. You may even allow them to define who you are. You may be willing to shift toward them, in the direction that they want you to be. In a sense, you are willing to be defined by their hearts.

To the degree that you shift toward the significant people in your life, you are also at risk of being drawn away from your own center and your own authenticity, in order to accommodate your relationship to them.

As you adapt to your family and world, you are pulled out of a simpler relationship within yourself and the world, into a more complex relationship that layers your experiences and identifications of who you are in the world. This process can be an unfolding of your potential into the world; a means by which you learn to become a competent and active participant in what life has to offer.

This process can also be a contraction of your experience of the present moment and connection to joy. The way this occurs has great bearing on how you see yourself, how you see others and how you tend to diminish who you really are. . .