By Joan Gregerson (2012)
If you agonize about the past or the future, you are missing the very joy of living. Most of us rush through life, ignoring our inner turmoil. But with a slight, deliberate shift of focus, you can break free of decades-old problems.
Through these 29 bite-size lessons, you’ll learn how to quickly end your internal battles.
Understand how your thoughts and words hold you back. Learn simple techniques with exercises that will make you a more powerful, peaceful, and joyful force in the world.
Pick up this wise and beautiful little book. TUNE IN and experience the surprisingly fun way to transform your life!
Joan Gregerson writes with humor and passion, sharing insights from her life and travels around the world.
What Readers Are Saying
READ THIS BOOK to see how Joan’s travels to over 22 countries have taught her how to enjoy the day and how to have faith that all shall be well. We learn that conquering self-doubt and knowing we have the inner power to create what is joyful and good for us is the real key to success. It is never the outside world that corrupts your dreams and goals.
Joan shows us how to loosen the attachment to the drama around you and turn inward.
Thoughtful and well done!Sheryl Click
The author synthesizes good advice from around the world and simplifies it so that even the least “peaceful” can take away surprisingly overlooked bits of wisdom. For me, the real eyeopener was the section on anger. Thanks for this book. It is wonderful!Eric M
This was a very beautiful and wise little book! It contains 29 short but profound topic discussions and is written in an accessible, light hearted way.
I love that this book was written from the perspective of someone who lived a fairly typical Western lifestyle up to a point then made changes based on her own experiences and growth.
I am excited to expand my reading list to include some of the unknown-to-me authors that she recommends, and I am very excited to see her recommendation for Thich Nhat Hanh.
This was a lovely little book that I will recommend that my friends and family read.Lois
Tuning into Inner Peace has helped me change my perspective and calm my nerves. The first chapter is about inner peace and how outwardly obvious it is to others. It’s reflected in your mood and how you relate. This seems obvious to me now that i’ve read the book but it didnt dawn on me that any inner conflict I have is so outwardly noticeable.
Now that I recognize this, I have empathy and more understanding of where the crazy angry person next to me is coming from and how to deal with it. I also am more aware of my own “inner peace”, or lack thereof, and how it effects others. This is just one of the things I learned in the first 10 pages.
I highly recommend this book!Kara W