HAPPY SOUL BOOK – October 19th, 2015
What can I say? That this next month I am sharing the most daring and dear thoughts and words to my heart and soul. After almost 20 years, I am finally writing the book I was always meant to write and share.
After discovering Dr. Norman Vincent Peale in my early twenties, my life shifted dramatically and I am still feeling the shift in my world today.
I learned by practicing the power of Biblical scripture had in my own daily life. I memorized Bible verses and positive affirmations, which had a direct link to my inner peace. I found less focus time for negative thoughts and I learned how to apply healthy habits to my schedule. By learning positive new thoughts and suggestions, my inner anxious feeling began to subside and I continued on this path for the next 20 years.
Happy Soul “A 10 Step Guide to Living a Happier Life” is a guide that shares these principles, how they work and how YOU can apply them to your daily schedule.
What you will Learn:
What key Bible verses to memorize daily
New positive affirmations
A daily 15 minute schedule devoted to just you each Day.
Two words to help shut down negative thinking
Why you are divinely guided and how you are entitled to your own happiness every day.
A Meditation exercise that you can practice daily
Find out what two fundamental actions you can make to mold the new you and change your future starting today.
Also self-love, do you love yourself enough? Take the test in the back of the book.
This is a small book with big principles and simple words to help you find your own key to your divine right to be happy.
Happiness isn’t a choice. It’s not a feeling. Happiness is a divine right you were given the moment you were born.
But in order to find your divine happiness, you must first learn to guide your mind to ‘right thinking’ and stay clear of the darker waters of negativity and defeat.
If you are looking to regain that smile or new found inspiration, Happy Soul is a small book made just for you. Out October 19, 2015.
I dedicate this book to Lula Gauss. Although my grandmother passed in 2005, this book is dedicated to her for her little guidepost subscription she bought for me each year during my twenties.