Are you longing for your life to be easier and more fun? Would you like to stop pushing, micromanaging, and forcing things so you can relax? What if you could enjoy what you have instead of always lusting for "more"? What if you could live in "the zone", propelled by powerful currents toward the right people and opportunities? What if you could stop worrying about money and live with more emotional ease in the moment? If you answer "yes" to all these questions and desire lasting positive change, then prepare to experience the ecstasy of surrender.
The art of letting go, Dr. Judith Orloff explains, is the secret key to manifesting power and success in all areas of life, including work, relationships, sexuality, radiant aging, and health and healing. In our superconnected world where emails and text messages constantly interrupt us, it’s easier to let go than you think. Once embraced, surrendering removes roadblocks and the exhaustion that comes from "trying too hard" - and it helps you achieve goals more effortlessly and brings ongoing happiness.
With her stunning gift for storytelling coupled with her unique, results-oriented approach to physical, emotional, and spiritual health - marrying neuroscience, psychiatry, intuitive medicine, energy techniques, and more - Judith provides a powerful, practical, and accessible map for anyone who is longing to be happier but who feels stuck, burned-out, tense, worried, or afraid to let go.
©2014 Judith Orloff (P)2014 Random House Audio
"With wisdom, grace and good humor, Judith Orloff’s book provides a road map for helping us let go of our fears and anxieties." (Deepak Chopra, author of What Are You Hungry For?)
It seems to me, that the description and length of both the power of surrender, and the ecstasy of surrender are identical.
I purchased the ecstasy of surrender, and was thinking about buying the power of surrender, so I checked, the two books appear identical.
Why would there be 2 books with similar titles and identical content?
Great concept, positive reinforcements, depressing medical stories, fast forward parts, repetitive use of medical scenarios. Just not entirely for me.
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This is a well written book of spiritual guidance and I will probably read it again. Generally, I prefer voice actors to read audio books, because they can keep things lively. However, for such precious information I am happy to hear directly from the author.
My fault for not checking the author but if you are into self hugging meta physics this book is for you. I can not say how most of the book was to be fair but by the second chapter I had to surrender and get another book.
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