Change Your Mind, Change Your Life
Random House Publishing Group, Oct 14, 2009 - Self-Help - 304 pages
"Most of us want to change the world, but only a few of us are willing to change our own minds!" Yet there is a shift taking place in the world, where more and more people are recognizing that it is our own thoughts and attitudes that determine how we look at the world and, ultimately, what we see. This book is for people of all ages, religions, and cultures who have a desire and a willingness to change the thoughts in their minds.
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Change your mind, change your life: concepts in attitudinal healingUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
After years of inner conflict and anger, psychiatrist Jampolsky underwent a transformation that he chronicled in Out of Darkness into the Light ( LJ 4/15/89). The result of his new outlook on life was ... Read full review
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