Creative Living: Discovering Your Beautiful Path & Lifestyle Toward Happiness & Well-Being

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Morgan James Publishing, Jul 1, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 236 pages
Creative Living was born of the author’s desire to stay balanced and at peace at all times. She began writing this book in the hope of finding ways to manage her inner world of thoughts and emotions, respond positively to challenges and navigate justly on the complex path of life. On this journey of labor and love, she discovered creative strategies and attitudes that helped her to evolve with every passing situation and struggle. She found an original way to make use of the material of daily living to enhance one’s quality of living. "Creative Living" is unique as it offers a distinctive yet universal approach to happier living. Importantly, it paints a holistic picture of a creative scheme of living, instead of giving piecemeal advice. So no matter what your particular context or personality, this book will enable you to improve your situation with positive outlooks and creative means. You will uplift your vision, have satisfying relationships and develop a keener rapport with your universe. You will thus lead yourself to happiness. Only you can.

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SEEING Sorting Your Mind Interacting With Your Visual Space
BEING Strengthening Your Relationships Playing And Progressing In The Theater Of Life
CREATING Engaging Your Soul Harnessing The Power Of Sound And Music
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Harbeen Arora is an entrepreneur, mentor, and founder of HR Communication Foundation, a social enterprise with the mandate of empowering through creativity. She is currently engaged in her own $100 million project of making a “Creative Habitat,” to serve as a prototype of Creative Living. She hopes that such a model will spur more Creative Habitats all over the world. She is convinced of their role in enhancing our relationships and quality of living.
Dr. Arora earned her doctorate in Theater Studies from the University of Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, and her Master’s in Text and Performance Studies at King’s College University of London and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

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