Mindfulness and The Art of Choice: Transform Your Life
Do You Have the Life You Want?
Each person is entitled to have "the good life." Most don't experience this because of getting caught up in reacting, continually recycling old patterns that keep you stuck and emotionally frozen. By practicing the simple tools in Mindfulness and the Art of Choice, you'll learn how to live mindfully and create the great life you want.
The Art of Choice Will Make a Difference
Understand why you have not been able to achieve the life you desire
Become aware of the signals that indicate you are responding in an old "knee-jerk" reactive patterns
Notice and turn off old negative thought patterns
Learn ways to heal old leftover emotional wounds
Deal with specific everyday issues that get in the way of a satisfying, joyous life
What the Experts Say About Dr. Sherman's book:
"If you're carrying any hurt from your past, Dr. Sherman's book will give you the power you need to banish that hurt forever."
--Robert Epstein, Ph.D., Host of "Psyched!" on Sirius Radio; former Editor-in-Chief, Psychology Today
"Karen Sherman presents to the reader simple, yet profound ways to help people get unstuck from many of life's daily issues."
--Stephan Rechtschaffen, M.D., cofounder of OMEGA. Author of Timeshifting: Creating More Time to Enjoy Your Life and coauthor of Vitality and Wellness
"This is a most important book that goes beyond self-help and good advice. It brings an awakening to the heart--a true connection to, and trust, in self."
--Dr. Annette Colby, author of Your Highest Potential
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Foreword by Scott Haltzman, M.D.
From the New Horizons in Therapy Series Series Editor, Robert Rich, Phd
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