If you take a ride down the rabbit hole with Joey, he can show you that the path to true peace is infinitely simpler and more accessible than you've ever imagined. There are no complicated mantras involved, just a simple leap of faith and a straightforward shift in your habits. Throughout the book he carefully explains how to strip away the façade of what we imagine peace to be and reveals the reality of what peace actually is. He then shows us the absolute ease with which this peace can be known beyond doubt.
In You're Trying Too Hard, Joey Lott explains exactly that - you are trying too hard, and you will never achieve your goals precisely because you already have freedom. Stop trying everything under the sun to bring yourself to true enlightenment. Stop searching for wiser, more special teachers. Stop worrying about lineage and ego and diet and the self. Stop everything. Remain only with direct experience, and let true clarity at least reveal itself.
Joey Lott shares his wisdom from more than 20 years of direct, personal experience with obsessive-compulsive behavior. He gives a frank and honest account of how his own personal obsession took hold, detailing the way in which one single childhood incident set off a chain reaction of behavioral abnormalities that led him down a spiral of destruction.
Joey Lott's No One Home is a short and simple audio guide to the ever-present simplicity of being. Lott demonstrates in simple terms that there is no separate self, there is only the simplicity of being, and from there goes on to demonstrate the reasons for which this is such a beneficial discovery.
In I'm Not Dead Yet, Joey Lott explains the way in which any one of us can take the painful experience of chronic illness and, within it, discover an incredible gift that can free us from all of the anxiety and fear and hopelessness of the past. In learning to both face up to and accept whatever experience, however horrible, comes our way, we can find a true freedom and peace inside our hearts. Without the resistance to experiences, we are free to live an unburdened life with all the myriad of benefits it entails.
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