- File Size: 1583 KB
- Print Length: 127 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 2, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VMTI8PC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,739 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The Way of The Fairy Godmother Kindle Edition
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Though the author lauds the positive attitude of the Fairy Godmother, Jennifer matches her in the tome of this entertaining and instructive book.' The Fairy Godmother models a positive language specific to goals and ambitions. Our brains translate our words and thoughts into images. How does our biochemistry interact with images? We'll become aware of our biochemistry and the impact of visual images to prepare us for success and happiness. A Proclamation will revolutionize our life. Clear goals initiate self-esteem. Focal points of beauty support us on our journey. Golden Ladders each rung associated with behaviors congruent with our Deepest Desires will delineate the territory of our personal happiness. With step by step procedures we'll enter the world of the Fairy Godmother. She will guide us. Our goal? Enduring happiness.' She makes a point of distinguishing between superficial vis a vis authentic happiness. `Superficial happiness is important. Seek it out.... superficial happiness is a cardboard imitation of life. It cannot substitute the satisfaction we get engaging our talents and personal strengths. It cannot take the place of the contributions we make to one another's lives. Superficial happiness, hand in hand, with a life of meaning and purpose. Perfect.' `Authentic happiness is good for you and good for the people who are in your life. Recent research in the field of positive psychology tells us happiness actually creates success.'
`Focal points help us reflect the spiritual and literal aspects of life simultaneously. And just like symbols they interpenetrate all the dimensions of self. They create a moment, a breath, to refocus our attention on what has meaning and purpose. Use focal points of beauty to create a reconnect, reset, begin again pause.' And this book is rich in such opinions. But it is her final chapter of the Nine Keys to Happiness that is the most immediately beneficial: though these 9 keys should be read by those who purchase this book, they include Deepest Desires as the seeds, focusing on harmony, health and success, use our native talents, crate a proclamation that revolutionizes the inner and outer worlds, create and implement the Golden Ladders, create a language that is positive, transform dreams into reality, and release the unwanted, claim the wanted and be determined to manifest Deepest Desires.
Though not a phrase used often, I love this book - it strikes an inner chord, makes me embrace Jennifer's wise and brilliantly warm writing, and produces the urge to share this fine book with every caring one. Highly Recommended. Grady Harp, June 15
This book will show you exactly how to harness your inner-happiness and maintain a positive outlook that will keep you in a state of mind that is the most pleasant. I even let my friends borrow it which they all were very thankful for.
I would get this if you want a boost of positive stimulation that will help you become a much happier and more productive version of yourself.
This is a extremely insightful resource and I had a blast reading it!
The Way of the Fairy Godmother not only gives you life advice, but it frames it from the perspective of the Fairy Godmother from Cinderella. When you put the advice in the frame of reference of a beloved character that I would have to guess everyone is at least somewhat familiar with, the entire concept becomes much easier to convey. The author takes the actions of the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella, explains why she did those things, and how you can use her way of thinking and ideaology to make better decisions in your life. The main idea, at least what I took away from it, is that The Fiary Godmother didn’t necessarily give Cinderella everything that she wanted, but she did help her get herself into a place where she could be happy. Like that classic Rolling Stones song! “Start Me Up!” Wait, is that it?
Before reading this book, I could honestly say that the idea of basing my life choices around a fairy has never crossed my mind for a second. But there are a lot of really good ideas in this book, and I can definitely see myself doing it now. Sparkly dress and magic wand included.