Synopses & Reviews
In 1976, author Ingrid Bacci had graduated from Harvard University with the highest honors and was on the fast-track to a brilliant academic career when a long and crippling illness destroyed her life plans. After traditional medicine offered no cure, she learned how to heal herself by exploring the powers of the mind. Her journey into healing taught her that the mind-body connection holds an untapped reservoir of infinite power that can transform and empower a person far beyond what is generally thought possible. THE ART OF EFFORTLESS LIVING tells the story of how to use the mind-body connection to change all aspects of our lives.
At once inspiring and practical, THE ART OF EFFORTLESS LIVING begins by showing how our culture addicts us to fear, effort and stress, and how physical illness, emotional unhappiness and limited productivity are the inevitable results of this addiction. But contrary to common assumptions, the stress-filled effortful lifestyle that most people view as inevitable is neither necessary nor productive. Effortless living is every person`s birthright. If we follow the rules of effortless living, we will find not only vibrant health and emotional balance, but also enhanced productivity, creative fulfillment and deep friendship.
With numerous anecdotes and detailed exercises, the author demonstrates how to replace effortful living with effortless success. Offering far greater practical instruction than most books on self-transformation, this book acts as an invaluable resource for learning how to live `in the flow.` The result is physical vitality, emotional contentment, heightened creativity and peak performance.