Inner Peace for Busy People, abridged from Joan Borysenko’s best-selling book of the same name, is perfect for anyone who feels overwhelmed by the pressures of work, finances, children, and other modern-day stressors.
Slaves to phones, beepers, e-mails, faxes, piles of snail mail, congested traffic, and pushy telemarketers who call during dinner, many of us are trying to cope with the demands of family, finances, and career. As a result, we often feel squeezed out of our own lives, unable to extend sufficient kindness and care to our loved ones. The bottom line: We have very little peace of mind.
To help rectify this situation, Joan has created a wealth of inspirational yet practical information that will help you develop and maintain a sense of inner peace. Through stories encompassing spirituality, science, and humor, you’ll be given easy-to-learn skills to help you change your attitude and regain a sense of balance and harmony!
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Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., has been described as a respected scientist, gifted therapist, and unabashed mystic. Trained at Harvard Medical School, she was an instructor in medicine until 1988. Currently the President of Mind/Body Health Sciences, Inc., she is an internationally known speaker and consultant in women’s health and spirituality, integrative medicine and the mind/body connection. Joan also has a regular 2-3 page column she writes in Prevention every month. They always mention both her Inner Peace books and they have a circ of 3.1 million. She is the author of nine books, including the New York Times bestsellers, Minding the Body, Mending the Mind, ISBN: 0553345567; A Woman’s Book of Life, ISBN: 1-57322-651-3 and Inner Peace for Busy People, ISBN: 1-56170-870-4. Other audio programs include: Inner Peace for Busy People audio, ISBN: 1-56170-908-5.From AudioFile:
A Harvard-trained psychologist and medical researcher, the author is best known for her work in mind-body medicine. She's also a recovering perfectionist whose current audio is a charming collection of studio and seminar recordings on how to develop more personal balance: Listen to music, take time off every week, pay attention to what you need, and lower your expectations. When things don't go well, don't take it personally, generalize it, or believe it will be a permanent problem. It's sound advice, delivered with an endearing homespun chattiness that will be hard to resist. By the end of the program, Borysenko has become part of your support group, and the kind of mentor and friend every overachiever wants. T.W. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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