'Celebrating Positivity - Treasures of the Journey' is a little booklet that will help you to become more aware of the positive emotions that you experience throughout the day.
The old adagio that what we focus on grows is certainly true: within your own sphere of awareness, whatever you spend time thinking about is what is taking your attention.
Now, most of us walk through life as in a sort of default mode. Whatever comes into our awareness is what we pay attention to - whether it feels good or not.
However, it only takes a little care to consciously pay attention to what makes you feel good more often than to what makes you feel bad - so, in time, your conscious awareness is focused on pleasant things most of the time.
'Celebrating Positivity - Treasures of the Journey' helps you to do just that - to focus on the good-feeling emotions that you can experience. This booklet is a gem of inspiration and light - a quick-read that will leave you more open to life.
Susan manages, once again, to bring attention to the best things in life so that we can appreciate them better. Check her High On Happiness website for a wave of soothing energy.
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"Few things encourage us the way hope does. Hope is like an appetizer for relief. It keeps us moving forward in the belief that we will find a way."
Susan K Minarik