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The Everyday Alchemist's Happiness Handbook

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Striving for personal happiness, however one defines it, is a goal that many people have in common, and this book teaches readers how to find that joy using modern and spiritual means. Happiness seekers will learn how karma blocks personal happiness and how to dissolve it on a moment-by-moment basis, learn how to activate their personal GPS system to guide them out of negative reactions and old patterns, and learn simple techniques to transform everyday, stressful situations into positive energy and ...
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Overview


Striving for personal happiness, however one defines it, is a goal that many people have in common, and this book teaches readers how to find that joy using modern and spiritual means. Happiness seekers will learn how karma blocks personal happiness and how to dissolve it on a moment-by-moment basis, learn how to activate their personal GPS system to guide them out of negative reactions and old patterns, and learn simple techniques to transform everyday, stressful situations into positive energy and self-awareness. Written for those beginning their spiritual journey of self-discovery, lighthearted dialogue and hands-on exercises give readers an accessible way to vanquish potential roadblocks to happiness.
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Editorial Reviews

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"Natalie Fee is the embodiment of glee. Few have her grasp of what it is to be happy. I strongly suggest you read this and learn her unique way for yourself."  —Barefoot Doctor, author, The Man Who Drove with His Eyes Closed

"Inspiring, practical and wise, Natalie Fee takes her readers to the heart of what is good and useful for personal and spiritual development."  —William Bloom, author, The Endorphin Effect and Three Golden Keys

"A concise, inspiring and practical introduction to this important subject. Had me taking notes."  —Isabel Losada, author, The Battersea Park Road to Enlightenment and For Tibet, With Love; A Beginner’s Guide to Changing the World

"The Happiness Proposal shows you how to you release the power of happiness in you so as to illuminate the world we live in, one bright heart at a time."  —Robert Holden, author, Be Happy and Happiness NOW!

"The Everyday Alchemist's Happiness Handbook is vibrant and life-enhancing and packed with tools and techniques for readers to bring greater joy into their lives." —www.TheGreenParent.co.uk

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781844095872
  • Publisher: Findhorn Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/2012
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author


Natalie Fee is a television host and columnist, with articles appearing in the Green Parent, Holistic, and WellBeing magazines. Jonathan Cainer is an astrologer whose columns have appeared in the Daily Express, the Daily Mail, and the Mirror.
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Table of Contents

foreword 11

an introduction 14

and a preface 17

Part 1 The Proposal 23

happiness is on your doorstep 25

making room for more awareness 30

waving goodbye to all that holds you back 33

a new direction 36

more on awareness and intent 39

bringing change to the world 42

being happy even when circumstances say you shouldn't be 45

experiencing lasting freedom 48

becoming increasingly present 50

loving the life you live 54

Part 2 The Mystic Marriage 57

deep acceptance 59

attachment and addiction to suffering 64

self-importance 66

taking responsibility 70

your true nature 72

happiness and you 74

happiness and work 77

happiness and relationships 80

happiness and depression 85

at your service 88

welcoming the messenger 93

what do you mean? 96

by all means 97

do you really want to be happy? 99

Part 3 The Happily Ever After 103

accepting the moment 106

making your vow 110

activating your GPS - three simple steps to a happier moment 112

recognize, remedy, reconnect 117

along the path 121

the three p's 122

receiving empowerments - your essential pit-stops 123

what to do when your happiness has left the building 126

onwards and upwards 131

at a glance - tips and techniques 134

further reading 135

acknowledgements 137

notes 139

about the author 141

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