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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Hygge is a concept that includes the feeling of contentment, coziness, and overall well-being, all done through enjoying the simple things in life. It is a Danish word that comes in the form of both a verb and an adjective. Hygge: Discovering The Danish Art of Happiness: Book 3 of the Wellness Series by Krysten Harlow aims at teaching readers the things they can do to achieve hygge; how it can be incorporated into their daily lives in all aspects. Hygge is said to be an important feature of Danish culture and the book will show readers who are not Danish how to make it an integral part of their busy life. Denmark is said to be one of the world's happiest countries and their concept of slowing down and taking time to enjoy the little things in life, despite their harsh winter season, is because hygge is part of their culture. The tools in the book will help readers find their relaxed selves and find joy in the little things of life.
Hygge: Discovering The Danish Art of Happiness is a good tool for readers who want to know how to feel connected to the joy and happiness of simply being. The growth and non-growth that is created in the book will help readers to experience spiritual growth and make their journey easier. The techniques and strategies from Krysten Harlow will help readers to work on the subconscious mind and soul's connection, which will help to make changes in the physical world because of changing thought patterns and beliefs. The author's approach to the topic is simple and uplifting and will encourage readers to discover the magic of hygge around them.