"The Way Home" opens with a heart-warming and creative fairy tale describing the journey of self-discovery that all humans yearn to undertake, yet are afraid to without a proper guide. In this book we learn how to "activate" our personal inner guides and personify these inner voices to serve us in our healing journey. The inner life (psyche) is described as a Home with multiple rooms to which we can return for new discoveries and self-care. It is as simple as: "you do not need to know how to get where you are going; you only need to make a choice...connect to [your] personal soul navigator who will lead [you] Home-to Your True self."
From childhood in a remote Siberian town, to a vibrant, interactive career on the metropolitan US, the author has had a long and deep journey Home. Using metaphor and concrete examples, she shares how to have faith in yourself and your dreams. Sincere, heart-felt, Vlada speaks her truth, clarifying the inner messages we all hear in our heads, as coming from our inner companions and guides, who support the reader on the journey Home. It is simple as: "Slowly you approach the door and gently you open it, coming into your own light."
This masterpiece by new author Vlada Zapesotsky deserves a place in the heart and on the bookshelf of anyone who has yearned for meaning in life or experienced trauma of any kind. From her personal sharing to connections to quantium physics, this book shows the reader how to Find Their Way Home. I am proud to see how Vlada takes the clinical roles of the trauma survivors internal role map from Theraputic Spiral Model psychodrama and draws people in with her clear writing. This is a book you need to read.