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Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow: 12 Simple Principles | [Karen Casey]

Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow: 12 Simple Principles

Thirty years ago best-selling author Karen Casey wandered into a support group and learned there was only one thing she could change - herself! She found a group of people who had adopted this concept - and she joined them. The result? Change so profound Casey has dedicated much of her life to teaching others about it. Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow offers a dozen simple principles to live by. It really is as simple as changing our minds. This little book will show you how.
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"There is never anything to change but our own perspective."
—Karen Casey

Thirty years ago best-selling author Karen Casey (Each Day a New Beginning) wandered into a support group and learned there was only one thing she could change: herself! She found a group of people who had adopted this concept - and she joined them. The result? Change so profound that Casey has dedicated much of her life to teaching others about it.

Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow offers a dozen simple principles to live by. Each principle makes up a chapter. Each chapter includes meditation-style essays to help listeners access peaceful, life-changing responses to just about any situation. It really is as simple as changing our minds. This little book will tell you how.

©2005 Karen Casey (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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    MJ west coast 03-25-14
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    With all the glowing 5 star reviews on Amazon, I was really hoping to get more out of this book than I did. While I didn't necessarily disagree with anything the author said (at least not strongly enough to elaborate on here), I found the writing itself to be quite repetitive and at times overly-theoretical/simplistic and preachy. (The narrator didn't help in this latter regard, as she sounded like a didactic boarding school matron rather than warm and inviting as the author herself sounds...an unfortunate choice.)

    I did find some of Casey's stances contradictory and in one case troubling, i.e. warning people about the dangers of co-dependency (the tendency to over-focus on the real or perceived needs of others) while repeatedly suggesting that we have a spiritual duty to offer acknowledgment, kindness, comfort, and validation to every single person we encounter. While this is an admirable and perhaps even spiritually "correct" way to live, it can be problematic if not downright toxic for co-dependents until we/they learn to recognize the patterns of our co-dependent behaviors and establish healthy energetic boundaries.

    Potential listeners should also be aware that much of the underlying philosophy of this book is rooted in "A Course in Miracles" more than the 12 Step program, an important point given the author's strong association with the recovery movement. As a former student of the Course, I have great respect for it as a spiritual teaching, but also find it to be extremely mental/cognitive in its approach (i.e. bypassing intuitive, emotional, and somatic forms of wisdom) and therefore not ideal for people who already live too much in their heads.

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