In What if the Problem's Not the Problem Jasmyne reveals the simple truth about what it takes to feel free and at peace in your everyday life. This book offers four practices that can bring you a sense of well-being that won't waver no matter what your outer circumstances look like. These four practices are the foundation for the information in the book. The transformative teachings of her personal and relatable stories, inquiries and exercises can be applied to everyday challenges, both big and small, including relationship frustrations, losing a job, raising children and even the death of a loved one. They are profoundly simple and easily assimilated, making living in today's chaotic world less complicated and effortless.
Jasmyne Boswell spent her life seeking truth and following her intuitive heart. That guidance led her to study with many spiritual teachers covering numerous traditions. The book opens with a recollection of her first turnabout when a Gestalt therapist took her through an experience of changing perspectives. This event peaked her curiosity to know what was beyond her limited view. The book continues to take you, the reader, on an experiential journey revealing teachings and lessons, from both eastern and western traditions, that can open you to your true nature, your peaceful state of being.
Although the stories and wisdom Jasmyne shares stand on their own, at the end of each chapter she recapitulates the lessons of the text. She then offers easy to assimilate key points, inquiries and exercises for those who wish to take the teachings a bit further, and make the practices their own.
You'll love the straightforward language with which she shares her views and the brilliance and simplicity of the four practices.
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About the Author
Jasmyne Boswell spent her life seeking truth and following her intuitive heart. That guidance led her to study with many spiritual teachers covering numerous traditions. She is co-author of the book The Power of the Sacred Living Letters, has published numerous articles and for many years was a columnist for the Maui Weekly. She currently lives on Maui where besides enjoying the tropical paradise, she teaches at the University of Hawai'i Maui College and leads writing workshops. Jasmyne also coaches individuals interested in writing and transformation.