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In this world full of confusion, are you truly happy?
Your mind is as much your best friend as it is your worst enemy.
Sadly, the vast world between our two ears is a double-edged sword.
On the one hand, it can be the source of our ultimate happiness. On the other, it can become our most self-destructive weapon.
Research has shown that the human brain has evolved to think and expect the worst in everything as a survival mechanism.
But you’re much more powerful than you think.
You don’t need to feel overwhelmed by negativity and the challenges of life anymore — you are not bound to the limitations you may have been born with when you first entered this world.
Self-awareness is a crucial first step. It allows you to be transparent with yourself and recognise all that hinders your happiness and stop you from fulfilling your potential.
However, self-knowledge alone isn’t enough for substantial change.
Kindness, self-compassion, and healthy boundaries allow you to find an internal balance among the constant turmoil plaguing everyday life.
The time to feel bad about who you are and where you stand in life is about to be over.
The only place you can find honest answers is from within. Your happiness shouldn’t be dependent on anything or anyone else.
Let yourself be guided towards a positive switch in mindset, allowing you to revisit your core beliefs, live in the moment, accept the bad, and start a transformative journey towards true wellbeing.
In Change. Self Heal. One Day It Just Clicks, you will discover:
- How you can release undesirable core beliefs and let go of negative thoughts, allowing you to feel like you’re enough just the way you are
- How self-awareness can counterintuitively become a limiting factor in your life, and how to find the right balance that directs your awareness towards a constructive internal focus
- Why knowing how to set boundaries can provide you with both a physical and mental space, necessary for meeting your needs and staying true to yourself
- The small but vastly unknown secret to effective change that will make the process of adaptation less overwhelming, and bigger transformations easier to handle
- How to integrate discipline into your life, allowing you to reject short-term gratifications in favour of long-term achievements
- How to embrace failure as an opportunity for growth instead of a trigger to insecurities and self-destructive behaviour
- The crucial role that forgiveness plays in getting over past traumas and moving forward in life
And much more.
The present is a gift.
The past will only empower you and give you the future you’ve always wanted.
Healing can often become a lifelong process, but one that fills you with wisdom and courage.
No matter the pain you have had to face, the hurt you may be going through, or the sadness you will undoubtedly encounter in the future, believe that you possess within you a limitless source of strength and an unquestionable will to survive.
Most importantly, believe in the process of change — it is the only way to achieve your life goals and find pleasure and satisfaction in whatever comes your way.
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Posted by Literary Titan
All the power to build yourself up to a happier, more successful, more fulfilled person lies in you. Not everyone has the coping skills for the daily grind that is life, but everyone has the ability to learn them, which can make all the difference when it comes to finding balance. While people often look to external sources to find happiness and justification, they tend to fall short of doing so because those feelings ultimately are generated within. We are all in charge of our own fulfillment, we just have to be aware of the tools to get there and know how to use them.
Change. Self Heal. One Day it Just Clicks by Minii Begum is a substantive self help book that lays out some of the ways we can look inside ourselves and find the keys to our own happiness. The chapters are set up in easy to follow sections that cover a lot of the ground that we all need to become more aware, more mature, and an overall better person. Chapters include tips about forgiveness, mindfulness, maturity, boundaries, and balance. The book uses language that is broad, making the goals seem easy to achieve. I find this to be beneficial. While some people may need more specifics to enact change in their lives, others can definitely benefit from seeing the bigger picture as a means of motivation to take that first step. Begum continuously states that the journey to being a better you is not always an easy one, but the baby steps she does mention are generalized to accommodate the fact that everyone’s journey will be different.
Change. Self Heal. One Day it Just Clicks is all about being a better person and breaks down the different places we can likely use some improvement in our lives to reach that goal. From self-awareness, to holding on to our anger, to the level of satisfaction in the workplace, many factors can prevent happiness and the ability to live life to the fullest. Begum aims to help each of us identify what is holding us back and shed whatever issues we may have.
The advice that is provided in this remarkable book is extremely solid, but will require the readers to really push for that change. If you are motivated and ready for change, this book will provide actionable guidance that has the potential to change your life.
Pages: 160 | ASIN: B096BDJM25
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