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The Little Book Of Letting Go

The Little Book Of Letting Go

Author: Hugh Prather

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446489819

Category: Self-Help

Page: 240

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The Key to Happiness Is Learning to Let Go In this accessible, friendly book, bestselling author Hugh Prather presents a simple 30-day programme to free yourself from worry, conflict and painful memories. His unique and powerful approach, based on 30 years' experience, will help you to identify and release 'mental toxins'. The result is a mind free of clutter that embraces freedom and a life that knows peace. Learn how to let go of: -mental pollution -misery -inner conflict The Little Book of Letting Go is a treasure trove of practical and spiritual wisdom with gentle exercises and wonderful insights to help deliver us into the precious present, alive and grateful for the gift of life.

The Little Book of Letting Go

The Little Book of Letting Go

Author: Hugh Prather

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 1642504726

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Page: 224

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Changing how we think takes practice. This is why Prather doesn't just tell us that it's important to let go--he shares with his readers simple steps for how to go about letting go of things that hold us back. Through learning from Prather's shared experiences and adopting the practices he offers, we can find happiness, peace, and a chance at spiritual renewal.

Little Book of Letting Go

Little Book of Letting Go

Author: Hugh Prather

Publisher: Mango Media

ISBN: 9781642504712

Category: Self-Help

Page: 159

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Let It Go and Find Happiness “Letting go —particularly of fear —has been my desire and goal for years. With the help of this book, I am finally beginning to do it!” —M. J. Ryan, author of Attitudes of Gratitude 2021 International Book Awards finalist in Spirituality: Inspiration Life does not have to be as complicated as we often make it. Little Book of Letting Go shows us how to let go of the blocks that interfere with experiencing our natural state of wholeness, joy, and peace. Let it go and shed what weighs you down. From long-harbored guilt to deep-rooted prejudices, many of us bear the weight of harmful tendencies in our daily lives. Whether we realize it or not, these things are actively holding us back from the happiness we long to attain. In this inspirational book, minister and counselor Hugh Prather provides a guide for mental cleansing. It is only in ridding our minds of the fear and judgments we cling to that we open the door for happiness. Embrace opportunities as they come. The more we hold on to, the less room we have to take on more. If our minds are clouded by negativity, then we aren’t facing each day with the openness that it deserves. By facing each moment with enthusiasm, we pave the path for positive thinking and make the most out of every opportunity that comes our way. Practical exercises and lasting tools. Changing how we think takes practice. This is why Prather doesn’t just tell us that it’s important to let go —he shares with us simple steps for how to go about letting go of things that hold us back. Through learning from Prather’s shared experiences and adopting the practices he offers, we can find happiness, peace, and a chance at spiritual renewal. Inside discover: A simple 3-step process for letting go A 30-day plan for spiritual renewal Personal stories from Prather Readers of Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender, It’s All Under Control, The Art of Happiness, or Love is Letting Go of Fear, will love Little Book of Letting Go.

The Little Book of Letting Go

The Little Book of Letting Go

Author: Hugh Prather

Publisher: Mango Media Inc.

ISBN: 9781633410411

Category: Self-Help

Page: 288

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Find the Key to Happiness in Letting Go Shed what weighs you down. From long-harbored guilt to deep-rooted prejudices, many of us bear the weight of harmful tendencies in our daily lives. Whether we realize it or not, these things are actively holding us back from the happiness we long to attain. In this inspirational book, minister and counselor Hugh Prather provides a guide for mental cleansing. It is only in ridding our minds of the fear and judgments we cling to that we open the door for happiness. Embrace opportunities as they come. The more we hold on to, the less room we have to take on more. If our minds are clouded by negativity, then we aren’t facing each day with the openness that it deserves. By facing each moment with enthusiasm, we pave the path for positive thinking and make the most out of every opportunity that comes our way. Practical exercises and lasting tools. Changing how we think takes practice. This is why Prather doesn’t just tell us that it’s important to let go―he shares with his readers simple steps for how to go about letting go of things that hold us back. Through learning from Prather’s shared experiences and adopting the practices he offers, we can find happiness, peace, and a chance at spiritual renewal. Read a copy of Hugh Prather’s The Little Book of Letting Go today and discover… • A simple 3-step process for letting go • A 30-day plan for spiritual renewal • Personal stories from Prather about his own journey Readers of Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender, It’s All Under Control, The Art of Happiness, or Love is Letting Go of Fear will love The Little Book of Letting Go.

No More Letting Go

No More Letting Go

Author: Debra Jay

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: PSU:000058258576

Category: Self-Help

Page: 340

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“Detachment” has been the standard message of most addiction literature for the last twenty years. The conventional wisdom offered to an addict’s loved ones has been to let the addict “hit bottom” before intervening. Now intervention specialist Debra Jay challenges this belief and offers a bold new approach to treating addiction that provides a practical and spiritual lifeline to families struggling with alcohol or drug abuse. In No More Letting Go, Jay argues that the traditional advice of “letting go” too often destroys both the addict and the family physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Jay contends that addiction is everybody’s business–not just the addict’s–and addiction doesn’t have the right to trump the welfare of a family. In short, highly accessible chapters written with warmth, understanding, and compassion, Jay weaves together philosophical and religious thought; new science on the brain function of an addict; the physical and psychological impact of addiction on family members; and poignant, real-life family stories. No More Letting Go is a powerful, informative guide that provides comfort, hope, and practical advice to anyone affected by a family member’s addiction.

Morning Notes

Morning Notes

Author: Hugh Prather

Publisher: Mango Media Inc.

ISBN: 9781609251932

Category: Religion

Page: 379

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Daily reflections to kickstart your day and put you on the path to living a more loving and fulfilling life by the author of The Little Book of Letting Go. Start each morning this year with the words of bestselling author, counselor, and minister Hugh Prather. Prather asks readers to consider the holistic nature of our lives—noting that how we start our day affects everything, from our mind and spirit to our family and work. If we start in an agitated mood, we face the day with a combative spirit. But when we begin in a peaceful mood, we open the door to welcome in more opportunities and graces. With each page of this spiritual book, you are invited to live as if you think our world and the people in it are worth caring about and worth making time for. Because when we realize that they are, and that we are all united in a unique relationship (ourselves, others, and God), we wake up to our own responsibility for what happens to us. These daily meditations ask us to reflect on the spiritual task ahead of us. Learn more about: The benefits of beginning each day with a peaceful mindset and a spiritual goal in mind Mindfulness meditations that awaken the mind and replenish the spirit How to start over and become a better person

How to Live in the World and Still Be Happy

How to Live in the World and Still Be Happy

Author: Hugh Prather

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 1573248185

Category: Self-Help

Page: 260

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In the style of "The Little Book of Letting Go, " bestselling author Hugh Prather outlines a series of practices to promote happiness and change the attitudes and actions that undermine it.

The Little Book of Hercules

The Little Book of Hercules

Author: William Bodri

Publisher:

ISBN: 0972190716

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 434

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Using the Greek story of the Twelve Labors of Hercules, which outlines the progressive stages of spiritual development that spiritual practitioners in all spiritual traditions go through, this book presents full details on the step-by-step progression of the physical transformations that occur to practitioners. Whenever someone starts to consistently cultivate spiritual practice in a devoted way, there are physical changes that will occur to the human body. These physical transformations, called "gong-fu" in the eastern spiritual schools, are non-denominational signposts of spiritual progress. If you cultivate spiritual practice sufficiently then these phenomena will arise. If you don't practice correctly, they simply won't appear. Their appearance is a matter of proper devoted effort. These phenomena include such things as the awakening of kundalini (yang chi) within the body, the opening of the chakras and purification of the body's energy channels, hormonal transformations, the calming of consciousness, the experience of refined mental states described as "emptiness," and various other mental and physical phenomena. Normally people think these phenomena only occur to individuals following eastern cultivations traditions such as yoga, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and Vajrayana. However, these phenomena that arise are totally non-sectarian and non-denominational. They equally occur to devoted spiritual followers within Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. If you cultivate spiritual practices sufficiently, these purification transformations will occur and if you don't cultivate meditation or other spiritual exercises, you will not experience them. Your religion has nothing to do with it. All genuine religious traditions employ cultivation practices designed to help you achieve a quiet mind. Because thoughts die down due to these practices, this resulting mental quiet is described as peacefulness, silence, cessation, calming, purity, and emptiness. Your mind empties of busy thoughts and so you begin to experience mental peace. When your mind quiets, proper spiritual practice requires that you remain aware during this experience rather than try to suppress thoughts from further arising. The practice of maintaining awareness while mentally quiet is called witnessing, observing, knowing, or introspection. As the mind quiets, you continue to watch your mental continuum but without attaching to it. The gradual calming of your mind results from successfully letting go of thoughts, and because your body's life force (chi) and consciousness are linked, as you let go of thoughts you also drop the habit of clinging to the energies you normally feel in your body. With proper spiritual practice you learn how to detach from these energies and let them function without interference. Once you learn how to do this, your kundalini energies will arise and their natural circulation will start to transform your body. Those energies will open up your chi channels and chakras and transform your physical body, purifying it. As your chi purifies, so will your emotions and habit energies. As you progressively let go of your chi, it will also revert to its natural circulation which has been suppressed by errant thought patterns. Cultivating a quiet mind leads to your kundalini arising, those energies purify your channels and chakras, that purification leads to a greater degree of mental purity or emptiness, and the two components of body and mind reach ever increasing levels of refinement. This book presents full details on this step-by-step progression of transformations that occur to practitioners on the spiritual trail. It covers the meditation practices that successful adepts have traditionally used throughout history, and non-denominationally links the gong-fu experiences of these practitioners with the stages of the spiritual path and the ultimate quest for self-realization, or enlightenment.

Love and Courage

Love and Courage

Author: Hugh Prather

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 1573247243

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 180

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The best-selling author of Notes to Myself uses stories from his personal life to explore friendship, love, partnership, jealousy, pain, fear, and confusion, among other important life topics. Original. 30,000 first printing.