The Tibetan Art of Positive Thinking: Skillful Thought for Successful Living

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 2, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 318 pages
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The Tibetan Art of Positive Thinking
Tibetan Bön medicine is one of the world's oldest and most sophisticated systems of healing -- and the only one endorsed by the Dalai Lama. In The Tibetan Art of Positive Thinking, Christopher Hansard draws upon the practices and principles of Bön, along with his own knowledge of Tibetan teachings, to offer a series of simple, soulful meditations and exercises that can help you achieve spiritual, emotional, interpersonal, and professional success. You'll learn how to:
• connect to the energy of positive thought -- one of the most powerful
energy resources
• trust your inner wisdom and make decisions with greater ease
• confront your fears, accept disappointment, maintain hope
• enhance your relationships by giving unconditional love and helping others

...and much more. You are what you think -- and with this book as your guide, you can direct yourself toward greater freedom, meaning, and lifelong happiness.
 

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Very nice book

User Review  - milenasaz - Overstock.com

This book makes you feel good and positive when you read it its like a breath of fresh air or ocean breeze.Has a lot of practical rituals for attracting luck at work love etc. and I tried doing one of them for attracting wealth with a group of family members. Hope itll work ! Read full review

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Very powerful, effective. I have been meditating for 40 years and these are some of the most astounding, yet simple techniques I have ever encountered. They are thought. and energy exercises mainly. I feel my true potential awakening wirh these practices. It is not contrary to religious practices and can even enhance them if you choose. 

Contents

introduction
1
three
63
four
82
The True Value of Money
105
Enhancing Your Relationships
131
The Power of Love
167
Total Wellbeing
203
The Joy of Freedom
241
nine
261
index
307
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Christopher Hansard is the author of The Tibetan Art of Living. Trained in the spiritual and healing traditions of Tibetan Bön medicine from the age of four, he is now the leading Western practitioner in the field and the director of clinical affairs at the Eden Medical Centre, Chelsea, London. He is married and has a young daughter.

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