Happiness Rehab: 8 Creative Steps to A More Joyful Life

Happiness Rehab Creative Steps to A More Joyful Life Maybe you ve asked yourself Where can I find happiness Or perhaps you ve wondered How can I be creative What if the answer to both questions is intertwined What if happiness awaits you if you choose t

  • Title: Happiness Rehab: 8 Creative Steps to A More Joyful Life
  • Author: Mary Schramski Jennifer Archer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Maybe you ve asked yourself Where can I find happiness Or perhaps you ve wondered How can I be creative What if the answer to both questions is intertwined What if happiness awaits you if you choose to be creative What if you discover a creative passion that forever changes your life for the better In Happiness Rehab 8 Creative Steps to a More Joyful Life, expMaybe you ve asked yourself Where can I find happiness Or perhaps you ve wondered How can I be creative What if the answer to both questions is intertwined What if happiness awaits you if you choose to be creative What if you discover a creative passion that forever changes your life for the better In Happiness Rehab 8 Creative Steps to a More Joyful Life, experts Jennifer Archer and Mary Schramski guide readers through an innovative yet practical workshop to discover their creativity happiness connection This fun and challenging program asks participants to trust in their innate ability to reclaim their childhood imagination, curiosity and enthusiasm for life Artists, writers and virtually anyone wanting to tap into their imaginative power will benefit from this step by step journey toward inspired fulfillment Step 1 Understanding How the Creative Mind WorksStep 2 Reconnecting With Your CreativityStep 3 Reengaging With Your Happy, Creative WorldStep 4 Deepening Your Creative HappinessStep 5 Group CreativityStep 6 Conquering Creative ChallengesStep 7 Creativity When Crisis StrikesStep 8 Continuing Your Creative Life

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    1. This is a very good book. I LIKE the section on hitting low points in our lives and creating through them.

    2. Creativity. That's what this book is all about. Obtaining, exercising and enjoying ones own creativity. I think this would work well in the dry spots of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Those creative sorts that keep journals or do Morning Pages may find ideas in here. I did enjoy this using text-to-speech. I will leave it in my Kindle and take each exercise in turn in the next month. It was a joy to listen to/read. I think it might be a good one to have in tree-form to leaf through, as [...]

    3. This is a great book for anyone who's in a creative slump. The "exploriments" are fantastic energizers for the muse, spirit, and mind. :)

    4. First, I am glad it was a free Kindle download. Second, it is clearly a lecture transcript. After the lengthy bios, the lecture focuses on walking participants through definitions, personal anecdotes, and exercises. Anyone who has worked through Julia Cameron's The Artist Way will recognize them. Read if you are short on time.

    5. Gave up on this one. There are lots of other ways to find happiness that don't involve these methods. Really . . . teaching similies as a way to feel better>

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