With so little time given to us on this earth it’s a tragedy that so many people miss out on ordinary everyday happiness and that exquisite feeling of well-being. Here’s where Robert Holden’s new book may help, using stories, exercises, meditations, poetry and prayer he shows how to concentrate on the now and stop living in the past or yearning for a fantasy future, letting go the negatives that can cloud our lives. There is a lot of good sense and wisdom in this book and shouldn’t happiness be at the top of any New Year’s Resolution list?
Happiness Now! is a truly powerful and radical exploration of one of life's most treasured goals. Packed with rich insights and practical wisdom, it offers a message of profound hope and healing for a generation that is often too busy chasing happiness to be truly happy. Robert Holden, PhD, presents a personal, warm and entertaining account of how he developed his pioneering work with The Happiness Project. Using a highly creative mix of stories, exercises, meditations, poetry and prayer, Robert shares his distinctive philosophy and practice of 'the how of happiness'. Visionary and practical, challenging and compassionate, Happiness Now! gives you valuable keys to true self-acceptance, everyday abundance, loving relationships, inner success and lasting joy - starting Now!
Publication date: 03/01/2011
Publisher: Hay House UK Ltd
|Publication date:||3rd January 2011|
|Publisher:||Hay House UK Ltd|
|Genres:||Lifestyle & Health,|
Robert Holden, Ph.D., is the director of The Happiness Project and Success Intelligence. His innovative work on happiness and success has been featured on Oprah and in two major BBC-TV documentaries, The Happiness Formula and How to Be Happy, shown in 16 countries to more than 30 million television viewers. Robert is a consultant and coach to leading brands and organizations such as Dove, Virgin, The Body Shop, and Comic Relief. He gives public lectures worldwide and has shared the stage with Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Patch Adams, and Paul McKenna.More About Robert Holden