The Seven Keys to Calm: Essential Steps for Staying Calm Under Any Circumstances
Psychotherapist A.M. Matthews writes that each of us has an "indestructible core of calm" waiting to be tapped. All we need to do is remove the obstacles in our way. This easy-to-understand and remarkably effective program shows how to clear a path to our naturally calm centre, and how to choose calm over anxiety on a daily basis.
Using parables and examples to illustrate her points, Matthews lays out seven steps for transforming a "Busy Mind" into a "Calm Mind". Incorporating psychological and spiritual viewpoints, empathy and humour, and wisdom, both age-old and contemporary, Matthews spells out how to stop trying to control the uncontrollable and how to embrace change rather than resist it.
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