Are you constantly being urged to become better, smarter, fitter, richer, more beautiful or more powerful than others around you? v Is living in this increasingly competitive world causing you stress? Are you always busy and have no time for what you really want to do? Is the mis-alignment of your decisions with your heart’s desires making you feel stressed? Are you in that space where your emotional needs are not being met with and you do not feel nurtured by your relationships? Is stress making you implode with health problems or explode in a fit of temper? Do you unconsciously look for quick-fix solutions through eating, shopping, sleeping, gambling, smoking, drinking or procrastinating? Are you looking to transcend your stressed space and find freedom? If you want answer for all these stress-related questions, then this is THE book for you. Whatever be the cause of your stress and however challenging may be the problem, situation, or issue you are currently facing in your life, it has only one purpose for being in your experience – and that purpose is your growth and evolution. Chitra Jha, teaches you how to find and celebrate that purpose by offering compassion to yourself and to your stressors. Through Stress-o-paedia - A detailed guide for a stress-free life, Chitra Jha helps you find your wings of freedom and lead you in your unique journey of becoming stress-free.
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About the Author
Chitra Jha, best described as a life skills coach, has been a healer, teacher, writer, counsellor, and corporate trainer for almost three decades. A certified past life regression therapist, inner-child work facilitator, reiki master, and thought provoker, she has contributed articles for HT Horizon, The Times of India, Advanc’edge MBA, Life Positive, People and Management, Your Spiritual Revolution, Go-Getter, Eternal Life-times, Eternal Solutions, Indian Age and The New Woman. She has authored two books, ‘Achieve your highest potential: be the best you can be’, and ‘The art and science of meditation’.