Kevin Jorgeson, Climbs to the top of life in Crystalline Moments

Las Vegas 1/14/2015 09:43 PM GMT (TransWorldNews)

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. That is a very old saying that makes a lot of sense. No matter how old you are or the experiences that you have had there will be issues that arise that are not ideal. Life is filled with speed bumps and obstacles that can change the route in which you choose to live your life. When you have a moment that pushes you in the right direction and forces you to be better than that is what is called a Crystalline Moment.

In the new book that is written by Coni Meyers titled “Crystalline Moments” you can experience your own Crystalline Moments and learn to recognize and use the tools you already possess to live your life by design instead of by default. If you have found yourself at a roadblock and don’t know which way to turn next then reading this book may help you find the direction that you are looking for.

On January 15th, 2015 you will be able to read the true-life experiences that occurred with individuals and how they made their journey to happiness through adversity. Gail Hartnett a Realtor from Boise, Idaho stated, “Coni has done a wonderful job identifying and describing Crystalline Moments in her collection of personal stories. We have all experienced these moments or turning points in our lives at one time or another, and the collective sharing of these stories reinforces the knowingness we all desire to see, feel and know – a power greater than ourselves!”

Throughout the book Crystalline Moments you will hear the stories from Coni Meyers the author herself, along with other people that offered up their stories for the public. One person that shared his story is Kevin Jorgeson. The internationally known Rock Climber has been seen on multiple news outlets recently talking about his current journey. Alongside with one of his climbing partners, Jorgeson is currently climbing The Dawn Wall of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.

Jorgeson looks at each climb as a Crystalline Moment in the sense that you have to create a route to the top, which is the same way some people look at life. Where do I go? How do I get there? Will I be okay? It is hard to be certain, but the only way to find out is to make the effort and give it a shot. You can read the entire story of Kevin Jorgeson’s story, as well as the other inspiring stories in the book “Crystalline Moments” by Coni Meyers available January 15th, 2015.


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