The Art Of Effortless Living Paperback
by Ingrid Bacci
Most of us believe that in order to achieve anything worthwhile, whether in our careers, family life, health or even on the sports field, we have to work hard and apply a lot of effort.
In fact, just the opposite is true. In this book, Dr. Ingrid Bacci offers evidence that the most productive, creative and healthiest individuals are those who practice effortless living.
By doing less, paradoxical as it may seem, they achieve more.
In this book the reader meets individuals who have transformed their lives in radically simple ways: The executive whose influence over her colleagues increased dramatically after she began a deceptively simple relaxation.
The patient who eliminated 30 years of suffering from migraines after ten training sessions in releasing unconscious muscle tension.
The golf player who corrected his golf swing in one brief session, using a series of visualization exercises.
This book aims to show you how to dissolve conscious and unconscious stress through simple techniques that replace effort with effortlessness. The result should be a more rewarding lifestyle leading to physical vitality, increased productivity, creative relationships and the freedom to express your best self.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 384 pages
- Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/06/2002
- Category: Popular psychology
- ISBN: 9780553814408