Prather, whose five million-selling Notes to Myself helped invent self-help, does it again with a completely revolutionary program based on the principal of "letting go." In The Little Book of Letting Go, Prather offers a simple, three-step process for shedding our prejudices, preconceptions, and pre-judgments, and facing each moment with freshness and excitement. In this accessible, friendly book he explains why it is essential that readers learn to let go. He then takes readers on a 30-day plan of cleansing the mind, releasing the spirit and lifting the soul in chapters that include: Letting Go of Mental Pollutants, Letting Go of Emotional Fixation, Letting Go of Misery, Letting Go of Prediction and Control, Letting Go of Conflict Addiction, among others.
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“Best-selling author Hugh Prather has a knack for putting his finger on the pulse of America's emotional and spiritual angst.” (Amazon.com)
“The ideas and suggestions will be worth your time and attention.” (Audiofile)
Although I haven't put many of the release practices into action yet I already have caught glimpses of peace and have recognized that I have felt it before if only briefly. I'd like to thank the authors for their insights and their willingness to share with both myself and the collective.
I plan to buy the paper copy too because there are things I would like to do that I think would be easier with the paperback. I really enjoyed listening to this and plan to listen again. I bought three copies of the book so I can gift it.
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