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Juicy Joy: 7 Simple Steps to Your Glorious, Gutsy Self Paperback – March 27, 2012
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About the Author
Lisa McCourt’s best-selling books about unconditional love have sold more five million copies. She has taught her juicy-joyful, sometimes shocking, always delicious methods to thousands in her popular presentations and online trainings. Lisa lives in sunny South Florida with her two self-loving kids. Visit her at: www.LisaMcCourt.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Last year, I met this vibrant, warm, and completely authentic author named Lisa McCourt at a Hay House author's event. I loved her from the minute we met. Reading Lisa's new book, Juicy Joy, was an absolute treat. In the first pages of the book, she let me know that she knew me as a reader, and challenged me to actually do the exercises and meditations. Lisa called me out. And so, I had to listen and I actually followed the instructions and took the time to do the juicy movements and exercises prescribed in the book. And they were powerful.
Lisa McCourt writes in the perfect balance of seasoned expert and vulnerable human. She is such a generous and loving spirit, and I felt as though I connected with her on a deeper level because she revealed her own struggles, which made her very relatable. Her writing style is conversational, yet elegant. It's one of those books that is easy to read but also gives extremely useful and highly impactful tips and exercises.
The exercises sprinkled throughout the book are powerful and fun. I used a brand new notebook and enjoyed learning more about myself through this guided journaling process.Read more ›
The article I wrote where I used the above quote is below:
"PACKING FROM PANIC TO ZEN"
Before George, my boyfriend, and I left in 2008 for a sabbatical year in Asia, I worried and I walked and I wondered what would happen. Under the moonlight in Fiji in 2007, I had said yes to George’s dream of spending a year backpacking together. Back in Los Angeles, while preparing and planning, I had doubts, but for every issue I brought up, he patiently brainstormed and shared solutions. The drama of leaving my new condo became, “Isn’t it great someone else will pay a year of your mortgage?”
But a trip to our local camping supply store, A-16, to buy a backpack, brought on a near panic attack. Other people around me seemed engaged, excited, even invigorated by the excitement of buying a pack. I looked at the packs and other people and felt less than ready to go. Maybe it was a sign. How do you know which signs are the right ones? Should I not go?
I felt crushed by concerns. Would I be able to carry the weight of my expectations for the trip and for our relationship? Would all of my stuff fit in one of those packs for a year? What if I did not have what I needed?
Pounds of pressure for the perfect pack overwhelmed me.Read more ›
-Lisa McCourt in Juicy Joy
What a world this would be if colleges and universities offered courses suited to this quote. To read Juicy Joy by Lisa McCourt is to take a journey into the self; witness and lay claim to the spectacular scenery contained therein, and emerge on the other side with a passion for and commitment to living a life based on radical authenticity, deep self love and blissful co-creation. Juicy Joy dives head first into the multi-faceted world of self discovery, providing readers with concrete examples and real tools to get the work done. Juicy Joy is like drinking coffee with your best friend- who has just cracked the code to living a life of joy- and is sharing her discovery with you bit by juicy bit.
The book uses seven consecutive steps to guide readers down the intimate path of self discovery. The first four- Emotion Mixing, Filter Fixing, Judgment Flipping and Story Stripping- lay the foundation for the remaining three: Taco Filling, Gut Dripping and God Dipping. If reading these phrases feels juicy, try saying them out loud. Feels good? Putting them to work feels even better. These steps, along with introspective meditation and writing exercises (Naked Writing and Juicy Feels) tailored to the individual, provide an ideal launch pad for the rockets of discovery that lie waiting in Juicy Joy.
Let's start from the beginning.
Emotion Mixing is about uncovering and accepting the wide range of human emotion. Its about learning to look through the windows of our feelings and discover the messages they contain. All emotions, positive, negative and everywhere in between can provide insight into the inner workings of the soul.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing book! I loved all the exercises and daily inner work you do each day. Hands down one of the best life changing books I've read.Published 10 months ago by Sarah Fullerton
The title does not mislead. If you follow the directions in this book, you will discover within you a joyful aliveness, a "Glorious Gutsy Self" that is, indeed, YOU! Read morePublished 16 months ago by Diana Daffner, Intimacy Retreats
We live in an age of ennui and frustrated lives. People with more powerful tools and knowledge than ever before in history somehow end up creeping along in life's slow lane on two... Read morePublished on November 12, 2012 by Jacob A. Nordby
I came to read Juicy Joy by chance, and was so glad I did. I was in a bit of a slump and trying to transition to a new place. This book was just what I needed. Read morePublished on September 3, 2012 by IBID
Thank you Lisa McCourt! Much of what I hadn't understood about my life is delineated in this one book. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by Asia Voight, Animal Communicator & Intuitive
Glorious and gutsy, Juicy Joy is the book to get your mojo going and remind you of how important you are to you. Your REAL you, that is. Read morePublished on March 28, 2012 by K. G. Weiss
Juicy Joy provides both a delicious and provocative ride to one's innermost self--the true authentic self--the self without pretense and make believe! Read morePublished on March 27, 2012 by Eldon Taylor, Progressive Awareness