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In10tions: A Mindset Reset Guide to Happiness Paperback – February 27, 2015
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Melissa Escaro is a writer and life coach who teaches individuals mind and body connection and personal development skills.
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We are given a ninety day program to reset our minds. Each day we are given a morning intention focus and a mantra for the day such as, “I view every person with an open heart.” Each night we are given an evening reflection which consists of three questions to journal about how we used the intention throughout the day and how we can improve upon it.
This book is a great 90 day program to help reset your mindset. The intentions are powerful and the journal writing helps to bring the intention into your life. I would recommend this book to those who want a quick ten minute program that will help you change your life.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Soul Rocks Books in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of it.
With ninety prompts for the ninety days of creating In10tions in one’s life, this book could be opened at any page to embark on a creative journey toward whatever change we desire. This book will be of benefit for the novice or a seasoned journal writer who is looking to delve deeper. In10tions would also make a wonderful gift for someone who wishes to re-direct areas in their life where they feel stuck but are unsure of how or where to begin.
Meditation is not something separate from your daily life. However when you begin to meditate, just like learning to play a musical instrument, paint, write or dance, you need to put aside dedicated times in which to practice. Whether you are struggling to get started or feeling stuck after months or years of practice, In10tions will be of invaluable help.
A primary purpose of meditation is to free us from the dominance of the habitual thinking mind with its negative thought forms that cause fear, depression, and anxiety. These thought forms exist within us as individuals, and are a part of the human collective that have existed for thousands of years. As we awaken we become more sensitive to these old negative patterns, which can make us feel as if we are regressing, rather than celebrate the fact that we are noticing more through our awakening conscious presence. Practicing the daily exercises in the book will help you to break these patterns by increasing your body awareness, and through the practice of conscious breathing. Both are powerful doorways into the present moment, where all creativity and new life takes place.
Although the book presents a structured daily practice, this is not fixed. There is freedom, and space between the words, allowing you to adapt the practice to your own needs and specific life circumstances. I found myself revisiting some of the earlier practices as I worked through the book, which occurred quite naturally and without any effort on my part.
From a spiritual perspective we are multi-dimensional beings that live in a multi-dimensional universe where everything is an interconnected whole. At your core you are consciousness, and consciousness liberated from negative thoughts brings new – which means creative – life into the world.
When we are caught up in the mind we miss the miracle of life that is present within us, and around us here, now. Unaware of our creative potential we miss the opportunities this miracle continually presents to us. In10tions is a way of helping you to realize your connection to that miracle, and to free up the creativity that is inseparable from who you truly are. In10tions will help you set your intention to be at-one with this wholeness.
Stephen Pope, author of Patterns of Creation: Logos and the Tree of Life in the Gospel of John