Phil Bolsta

Phil Bolsta is the author of Through God's Eyes: Finding Peace and Purpose in a Troubled World. When you look through God's eyes, you see that you are being guided in every moment with infinite wisdom and inexhaustible love, that life is unfolding with indescribable beauty and grace, that Spirit is gently urging you to align your will with Divine Will and be a source of love, hope, and healing energy to all who cross your path.

The ancient wisdom permeating Through God's Eyes offers the hope and promise that you can escape from the prison of human perception, welcome peace, love, and joy as your dearest friends, and become a more positive and powerful force for good in the world. Who will benefit from reading Through God's Eyes? Anyone who is on a spiritual path, or wants to start one; anyone who loves life, or wants to learn how to; and anyone who is happy, or wants to be happier. To learn more about Through God's Eyes, visit GodsEyesBook.com.

Phil is also the author of Sixty Seconds: One Moment Changes Everything, a collection of 45 uplifting, life-changing stories from prominent spiritual authors and thought leaders he interviewed. The roster of storytellers includes Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsch, Caroline Myss, Larry Dossey, Rachel Naomi Remen, Bernie Siegel, Joan Borysenko, Gregg Braden, Frank Deford, Dean Ornish, Jean Houston, Dan Millman, James Redfield, Victor Wooton and Christiane Northrup. To learn more about Sixty Seconds, visit SixtySecondsBook.com.

Phil can be reached at philbolsta@me.com.

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Choose Love In Every Moment

Your every thought, word, and action spring from either love or fear. The nature of your choices determines the quality of your life. Love is the whisper of the Divine, ceaselessly calling creation back toward the Creator. Fear expresses itself as anger, intimidation, insecurity, despair, self-loathing, or any other emotion or behavior not grounded in love. When you choose love, you are coming from your heart and declaring that you trust God to handle the consequences. When you choose fear, you are coming from your head and assuming that you can manage the situation better than God can. Choose love,… Read more.