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Saign’s book is an easy to read manage your stress book. I’m not sure it is full of new information, but I will say I think almost everyone should read it. There are so many things we forget to remind ourselves about and so many things that we know but still don’t do anything about.
This book sort of puts things in perspective. It will remind many of us about things we know and yet do not pay attention to. You know how we often hear “sometimes you need to stop, look, and listen” ? That’s what Saign’s book will do for you. I think you’ll get your money’s worth out of it because it may be something you read more than once.
Geoffrey Saign writes the great Jack Steel series, he has published in crossed genres. He has no bad reviews. Check it out here: https://amzn.to/2TD8Ysk
what's it about...
Want one easy method to end anxiety, stress, sadness, loneliness, fear, & anger? While maximizing happiness, inner peace, and self-awareness?
One quick way to cut through all negative emotions? And have fun doing it?
~Savvy & easy workbook exercises ensure success!~
In just minutes a day this playful yet smart approach can:
*End inner and outer conflicts
*End anxiety, worry, fear, anger, boredom, and self-doubt
*Increase healthy relationships with everyone in your life
*End illusions in your life and maximize clarity
*Rewire your brain to live with deep intelligence
*Become your own AAA+ rated super-counselor
*Help you discover the Power of HERE
*Allow your natural joy to blossom
This hands-on, A+B = C approach will supercharge your brain function, improve your emotional intelligence, and change your life!
~Finalist Forward INDIES Self-Help Book of the Year 2020~ (Winner TBA 6/17/2021
read an excerpt...
You Can End Daily Stress With Playfulness & Humor
One way to change rote, stressful thought patterns is to use playful exaggeration. It is a simple, repetitive method that will produce immediate and significant results, and we will use it often in this book in different ways and situations.
Let’s try it with dirty dishes. You see dirty dishes in the sink. Thoughts enter your mind about how irresponsible the person was in leaving them there. You feel annoyed and irritated. You notice this Self-Created Stress reaction inside yourself, and you interrupt it. You say out loud or think:
Oh no! My hands will never recover from this!
This is going to ruin my whole life!
It’s the end of the world as I know it!
Smile as you do this. Smiling brings about a strong positive emotion, and strong emotion helps change the brain by wiring a new neural pattern that’s even stronger.
Every time we change our thought pattern or interrupt old thought responses, we are changing our brain—teaching it—and allowing a new neural pattern to develop. We are telling the brain, This old pattern of thought is no longer useful or acceptable. The brain always listens. EVERY SINGLE EFFORT IS WORTHWHILE. This cannot be overstated.
about Geoffrey Saign...
Geoffrey Saign began reducing stress by practicing mindfulness at the age of fifteen. For fifty years he studied many modalities for mind-body calming and awareness, including Qigong, tai chi, kung fu, meditation, biofeedback, positive psychology, and many others. He co-designed and taught a cutting-edge, research-based self-awareness class to young adults for ten years. In 2020 the author experienced a major breakthrough in mind-brain-body awareness, which led to him Living with intelligence HERE, and the resulting book, Smile More Stress Less.
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The book sounds very interesting. I've been trying to change my attitude about the little things, and it does make a difference.ReplyDelete