The Reverend Nicholas Stanley, Founder of the Southwest Spiritual Enhancement Center, Makes His Authoring Debut With ‘The Misunderstood Soul’

Personal growth and development are vital things that today’s world takes very seriously. People are now more invested in improving their lives using methods that work. Reverend Nicholas Stanley, who founded the Southwest Spiritual Enhancement Center, offers a wide range of life-changing services including therapeutic massage, clinical hypnotherapy, yoga and meditation classes in person or virtually, metaphysical classes in person or virtually and individual coaching.

Despite his work with the Southwest Spiritual Enhancement Center, Reverend Nicholas Stanley is now poised to expand his reach to other parts of the world. He is now set to publish a new self-help book called “The Misunderstood Soul”. The book will be published internationally and available on Barnes & Nobles, Kindle, Amazon and other book-selling platforms by August 2022, and pre-sale requests are currently underway. Through the book, Reverend Nicholas Stanley provides insight into his personal journey and shows the world how he got to where he is today, helping and supporting people around the world.

Its goal is to connect with adults aged 30-75 who want to grow and become better individuals by creating remarkable things in the world. Reverend Nicholas’ belief that everyone has unique gifts and talents that they can use to achieve remarkable feats formed the foundation on which his development initiative was built. “Our goal is to bring people out of their comfort zone while believing in the dreams they had when they were children. Everyone is worthy of achieving those dreams, and we are breaking down all the limiting beliefs that hold them back,” he said.

The writing of “The Misunderstood Soul” was inspired by his life and professional journey and all that he had to do during the pandemic. He had clients for hypnosis from all over the world and attended massage school in Salem, Massachusetts while living in Lynn, traveling to Manhattan and pursuing a successful career. Reverend Nicholas described this time as a stressful time in his life, but he feels comforted by the number of people he was able to help and the business he built as a result. So, he decided to document his 13-year journey in a book to teach, inspire, educate and project his brand even further.

His mother, who is a cancer survivor, was recently diagnosed with COVID, and at that time he became determined to post how he turned his pain into passion while watching her struggle with many health issues. . He hopes to inspire others to make their well-being a necessity, not a luxury.

In a few years, the Reverend Nicholas Stanley hopes to expand his brand by opening a wellness center for massage therapy, hypnotherapy, and fitness classes in Boston, New York, and Phoenix. “I want to inspire the world that being the ‘black sheep’ of the family is, in fact, a gift and nothing to be ashamed of. Additionally, I encourage people to look into their fears. , because learning to turn “pain” into “passion” is the best way to gain clarity in any area of ​​life.

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