Push at Open Doors is about how to get what you want the easy way. Whether you’re aiming for success, health, wealth, or happiness, listen on. Medical specialist and Fellow of the Royal Society Medicine Dr Stephen Simpson explains how millions of people have used mindfulness to achieve success throughout history. They did not have to pay fortunes for these secrets; they just had to discover how to use their minds more effectively.
Do you ever have that frustrating sense that other people have got exactly what you want? Is it even more frustrating to know that they achieved it so easily? Do you ever feel that your life is missing something crucial, but you can’t put your finger exactly on what it is? This is the irritating itch that won’t go away.
Mindfulness works because it helps to create a calm mind. A calm mind gives room for the unconscious mind to thrive and produces flow. Trust your instincts to find the open doors, and you can then enter them with confidence. Mindfulness is the foundation for building what you want, rather than accepting the demands that life imposes on you.
Push Open Doors identifies the critical success factors that come naturally to high achievers. Their success is not an accident. It is not a result of luck either; although, intriguingly, many successful people believe they create their own luck.
Each chapter examines one area of life, and shows you how to develop mindfulness to push at the open doors. Subjects covered include goals, confidence, family and friends, school, work, education, sport, health, dealing with adversity, the control of your emotions, universal laws, uncluttering your mind, and finally, how to achieve a quiet mind through inward reflection and meditation. This audiobook is crammed with practical examples for you to use, based on the author’s wide experience, and gleaned painstakingly, and sometimes painfully, from the University of Life.
At least one of these strands might point you in the right direction if you are feeling a little lost in an ever more confusing world. Embrace two or more strands and who knows where your journey might end!
©2012 Dr. Stephen Simpson (P)2012 70,000 Thoughts Limited
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