Saying Yes to Change by Joan Z. Borysenko
Essential Wisdom for Your Journey

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Change is both scary business and an inescapable fact of life. Everything is impermanent and eventually passes away. Some changes are natural, like aging through the lifecycle. Others are sudden and catastrophic, such as illness, bankruptcy, or the death of a loved one. Change is an opportunity to shed the limitations of the lower self and be reborn to the higher self. This book is an inspiring and practical guide to that process, incorporating personal stories, cutting-edge psychological research, and the perennial philosophy of the world’s great wisdom traditions. This book includes a CD which is a body-based mindfulness meditation that guides you in developing moment-by-moment awareness and honoring emotions and other experiences without attachment as they arise and pass away. The CD is suitable for daily use both by beginners and experienced meditators.

About Joan Z. Borysenko

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Joan Z. 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. She is the author of nine books, including New York Times bestsellers. Gordon Dveirin, Ed.D., is president of Dveirin & Associates, a consulting firm in organizational and human development. Dr. Dveirin is currently strategic architect of the Nurturing Pedagogy Project-a three-year national demonstration project involving the National Network for Educational Renewal and the Passageways Institute. In 2004, he co-founded the Claritas Institute for Interspiritual Inquiry and its Interspiritual Mentoring Program, based on a lifelong interest in mindful inquiry and approaches to Presence.
Published December 1, 2005 by Hay House. 140 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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