Synopses & Reviews
Building on the work pioneered by his father, Dr. Gerald Jampolsky, the author shows how Attitudinal Healing will give readers the happiness they seek--without changing the amount in one's bank account, spouse, job, status, or religion. The only thing readers need to change is that over which they have complete control--their attitude. As Jampolsky writes, "Nothing needs to change in your life situation or the world in order for you to have peace of mind."
In an increasingly complex world, readers need to remind themselves of what is most precious. Smile for No Good Reason offers simple, practical ways to be happy by approaching life with a different attitude.
"This book brings a 'smile' to my face--as it will to yours!" --Dr. Richard Carlson, author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff
"Jampolsky can make you aware of your options, and when inspiration and information come together, transformation occurs." --Bernie Siegel, MD, author of Love, Medicine and Miracles
". . . a delightful book that guides people through the daily stresses of life with hope and optimism." --Caroline Myss, author of Anatomy of the Spirit
". . . hands down the most accessible and practical book ever written on Attitudinal Healing. If you buy it and read it, you'll keep it forever." --Hugh Prather, author of Spiritual Notes to Myself
This fun and accessible guide presents clear and concise ways to live a happier and more meaningful life. Readers will learn how to feel more peaceful and be more productive by replacing the automatic ways they react with new perceptions of themselves and the world.