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Benefits of the Series
 

The Seven Habits For Feeling Good Series:

  • Contains easy-to-grasp teachings and exercises, which have immediate positive results on the wellbeing of the reader.

  • Promotes simple shifts in thinking that can be easily implemented into real-life situations.

  • Offers a way out of suffering and demonstrates how to keep a peaceful mind, so that even the bad times are good!

  • Explains the cause of all human problems and how to overcome them.

  • Explains how to strip away the layers of unhelpful beliefs that we’ve accumulated over the years, so that we can experience mental freedom and self-expression.

  • Gives straight-forward techniques on how to enhance communication skills and achieve goals, whilst keeping a peaceful mind.

  • Enables the reader to create harmonious relationships – which is something that everyone wants.


In BOOK ONE - LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT - You'll learn:


  • How your mind creates your experience of the world.

  • How to overcome ALL PROBLEMS by gaining mastery of your mind.

  • How to focus on only thoughts that serve you.

  • How to harness your own inner dialogue instead of being a slave to it.







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  • People who practice the teachings in the series often report:

    • An understanding that their mind is the cause of all their suffering, and how to keep it peaceful.

    • An insight into the workings of the mind, which empowers the individual to control their life experiences, rather than being at the mercy of what life throws at them.

    • A permanent increase in satisfaction, peace of mind, and confidence.

    • An improvement in the quality of relationships and communication skills.

    • An understanding of where their concept of self comes from, and how to cultivate the helpful personality traits, whilst abandoning the unhelpful ones.

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