How to Achieve Peace of Mind
Stressed out? Losing your temper or sedating yourself with alcohol? Always feel wound up like a clock and have difficulty unwinding? If any of these characteristics apply to you, you need to achieve peace of mind. HOW TO ACHIEVE PEACE OF MIND is a powerful yet simple book cram full of ways to slow down, mellow out, and achieve peace of mind. With over 140 ways to help you find this power, you can easily learn to calm yourself, relax at will, improve your relationships and outlook on life, and even add years to your life. The authors have studied and practiced hundreds of methods for attaining inner peace and have collected the most effective procedures in this book. The techniques vary from bodywork to meditation, visualizing to breathing, humor to prayer, and many more in between. Regardless of your source of stress, there is a technique here that will work for you. Achieving peace of mind leads to a more abundant life, and by incorporating these techniques into your day-to-day life, you too can obtain a true sense of calm. JERRY DORSMAN, B.A.C., is a therapist and administrator for Upper Bay Counseling and Support Services, Inc., in Maryland, is the author of numerous articles and books on self-improvement, including the bestseller "How To Quit Drinking Without AA." BOB DAVIS, M.A., is a writer, certified yoga instructor, and stress management therapist in Delaware.
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Kneading the Body
Creating a Peaceful Environment
PART TWO Mental Peace
Life as a Movie
Dropping Negative Desires
Just Say No to the Media
God with a Face
Become the Energy
Citi izdevumi - Skatīt visu
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