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Reviewed by Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite
When most of us think of the meaning of happiness, we conjure up a series of images such as material wealth, the love of family and friends, or the admiration of others. However, this is not the true essence of happiness; that is simply allowing the ego to control you. Happiness is our true basic nature, but through the constraints and limitations society and our thought processes place on us, we somehow believe it is beyond our reach. Many people never discover their true nature because of fear or self-limiting beliefs. In Happiness Is Free by Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin, discover through the teachings of the Sedona Method why fear, limitations, and self-defeating habits are false beliefs that can be changed. You will also understand the powerful consequences of your thoughts and in doing so be more conscious of them and not allow them to run on autopilot. True freedom, happiness, and love have always been within our reach but many of us have been looking in the wrong place.
This amazing look into the human mind is so liberating. I realize now how difficult and complex we have been making our lives. This guide will help you stop being a victim of your unconscious mind and ego. Lester breaks down life's most perplexing questions; for example, what is happiness; how can we overcome doubt; what does it mean to be our authentic self? The realization that we are constant creators and every thought transpires in the physical world was so encouraging. Lester also answers the burning question around why a goal we want seems to never transpire - that for me was life-changing. There were so many empowering insights and techniques that place you in complete control of your life choices, attitude, and mindset. I now realize that our attitudes toward anything will be our blessing or our curse. The section on the ego and the State of Beingness was the most profound for me. I have always been fascinated by the teachings of gurus but their message is sometimes hard to completely understand. Happiness Is Free by Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin is written in basic, easy to understand English and so relatable to today's society and the daily struggles we all face.