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About Yong Kang Chan
"Calm Your Mind, Awaken Your Spirit"
Yong Kang is the author of several books on self-compassion and mindfulness. Currently, he's starting a new series on Spiritual Love. Please visit https://www.nerdycreator.com/ to read his blog posts.
His mission in life is to spread peace in the world. He does this by helping individuals be more in touch with their deeper spiritual dimension within. A dimension where peace, love, compassion, wisdom, creativity, and stillness exist.
Unlike other psychological and spiritual books, his content is easy to understand. He uses simple, modern examples in life to explain complex concepts and ideas. You can learn the teachings in his books without any technical or scientific knowledge.
Learn how you can live a peaceful life by checking out his books below.
Or visit his website https://www.nerdycreator.com/books/ for more information.
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Have you ever wondered why you still feel inferior to others even after being better?
Perhaps you have read many self-help books about positive thinking. Or you have improved your confidence, looks, career, income, and relationships.
On the surface, you should be happy.
But yet, deep down inside, nothing has changed. There is still a lingering sense of unworthiness and not good enough.
Why is this so?
For years, I had low self-esteem and I struggled to love myself. Like you, I had read many books and taken various courses. They helped me to change my beliefs about myself and I felt somewhat better.
However, it wasn’t until I had a clear distinction between my analytical mind and my consciousness that I truly accepted who I am.
Download — Empty Your Cup: Why We Have Low Self-Esteem and How Mindfulness Can Help
Changing your self-perception helps you to boost your self-esteem. But where you perceive yourself is more important. Are you looking from the perspective of your critical, egoic mind or your loving, spiritual self?
Using the cup as an analogy for our mind, the purpose of this book is to help you empty everything you believe about yourself and reconnect with your true self.
- The causes and impacts of low self-esteem
- How beliefs are formed
- 6 reasons why changing negative beliefs into positive beliefs is not entirely effective
- What mindfulness is and what does mindfulness feel like
- The differences between the spirit and the mind
- What spiritual awakening feels like and ways to stay awake
- How mindfulness can help you love yourself
Empty Your Cup is a simple book that isn’t technical at all. You don’t need any prior psychology or spirituality knowledge to understand the teachings in this book.
So are you ready to restart your self-love journey and learn to love yourself again?Scroll to the top of the page and get a copy of Empty Your Cup now!
Don’t wait for your parents to apologize or love you. Heal your hurt inner child now with this reparenting self-help book.
Do you have unresolved issues with your parents?
Were your emotional needs not met as a child?
Are you still secretly craving for their love and approval?
If so, this book is for you.
Written by someone who overcame childhood emotional neglect, this book is especially suitable for those who have emotionally immature, absent, or unavailable parents.
Download — Parent Yourself Again: Love Yourself the Way You Have Always Wanted to Be Loved
Our relationship with our parents often stays the same because we hope one day, they will change and treat us differently. But when they don’t, this leaves us feeling disappointed, frustrated, resentful, and hurt.
Instead of waiting for them to give us the affirmations and validations we need, the best way to improve our relationship with them is to change ourselves and fulfill the needs of our inner child.
Be Your Own Parent
The purpose of this book is to help you learn how to love yourself and be a good parent to your inner child. What your parents failed to do for you in the past, you can do it for yourself now.
In this book, you’ll learn:
- The dynamics of a parent-child relationship
- How your childhood might have affected your adult life
- Why is it difficult to change your parents
- How to grow your inner parent
- How to heal your inner child and take care of its needs
- The different protective mechanisms you have adopted subconsciously that prevent you from loving yourself
Parent Yourself Again is a simple book for self-reflection and self-exploration. If you want a better relationship with yourself and your parents, read this book.Scroll to the top of the page and get a copy of Parent Yourself Again now!
Can’t stop your critical thoughts? Practice mindfulness and don’t believe everything that your mind tells you.
From an early age, many of us have this critical voice in our head which we called the inner critic. It’s the voice that tells us:
You are not good enough.
You will never amount to anything.
You are a bad person.
You don’t deserve love.
No one loves you.
You can’t do it.
We have tried many different exercises and techniques to get rid of it, but nothing works. These intrusive thoughts keep popping up whenever they want. And makes us feel frustrated!
Instead of overcoming our self-criticism, we end up making the inner critic our enemy and blame ourselves for having such self-loathing thoughts. Some of us even believe that beating ourselves up is good for us and keeps our behaviors in check.
Have you tried to stop your negative thoughts?
How is that working for you?
Self-criticism isn’t the problem. Our resistance to it is.
The truth is we can’t control most of our thoughts. Our unhealthy, habitual ways of thinking are the result of past conditioning, and they have become a part of our protective mechanism. It’s not easy to change this system overnight.
Instead of fixing and resisting our thoughts, we can change our unconscious reactions to those judgments. Our inner critic might be unkind to us, but that doesn’t mean we have to believe everything it says.
The reason why we continue to feel hurt by our negative self-talk is not that the words are hurtful. It’s because we are quick to believe that these harsh criticisms about us are true!
Download — The Disbelief Habit: How to Use Doubt to Make Peace with Your Inner Critic
The purpose of this book is to help you be more aware and skeptical of your self-loathing thoughts.
In this book, you’ll learn:
Why you shouldn’t take your thoughts too seriously
Why your mind is so critical and hard on you
What are the four common reactions to self-criticism and how to react to your critical thoughts
What is and what isn’t disbelieving
5 examples of how to separate the truth from the fiction
How to notice your unconscious reaction
How to identify the message that your inner critic is conveying
How to make doubting your new habit
The Disbelief Habit provides you the steps to practice mindfulness and make peace with your mind. Just test it out and experience the change for yourself.
Free yourself from loneliness, abandonment, and the fear of being alone. Connect deeply with others by first reconnecting with yourself.
Do you feel excluded, rejected, and separated from others like you don’t fit in?
Or do you have many friends but no one seems to understand you or know how you truly feel?
Maybe you feel abandoned, unloved, and insignificant because you are single or recently had a divorce or breakup.
Or maybe you are in a relationship, but feel emotionally disconnected from your partner.
There are many types of loneliness. When we are alone and isolated, many of us think we will feel better once we surround ourselves with friends, family, or a romantic partner.
So we quickly look for someone to complete us, accompany us, and give us love and attention. But instead of feeling less lonely, we often end up feeling empty and disappointed.
Why do we feel lonely even when we are with people? Something always seems to be missing from our relationships.
The truth is loneliness is not due to a lack of external connection. It’s a result of internal disconnection. When we feel lonely, we have lost our alignment with the love and abundance within. Instead, we are focusing on what’s missing and lacking in our relationships and life.
The most important relationship is not with others. It’s with yourself.
Download — Reconnect to Love: A Journey From Loneliness to Deep Connection
This easy-to-read, spiritual book is not about getting rid of loneliness or building better relationships with others. The purpose of this book is about reconnecting to the love that is always available to us from within.
In Reconnect to Love, you’ll learn:
- The difference between solitude and loneliness
- To be more mindful of the ways you avoid loneliness
- What to do when you feel lonely
- How our ego keeps us separated from others
- How to stay connected by changing the ego’s narrative
- How to deepen our connection to the love within us
- How to deepen our connection with others
By clearing the psychological obstacles that prevent us from feeling connected to others in the first place, we naturally become more deeply connected with the world and others.
Scroll to the top of the page and get a copy of Reconnect to Love now!
Transform how you relate to your physical self and be peaceful, beautiful, and healthy.
Do you often take your body for granted? You continue to work even when you are sick and tired.
Are you obsessed with your appearance and constantly nitpicking on your physical imperfections?
Is your physical illness, chronic fatigue, or pain making you feel depressed?
Or do you try to lose weight and change your diets, but nothing seems to work?
If any of the above is true for you, read this book.
Download — Love Your Body: How to Appreciate Beauty and Wellness Beyond the Physical Form
When it comes to being radiant and healthy, taking good care of your body, exercise, diet, and sleep are crucial. But one thing that people often neglect is their emotional well-being.
When you have an unhealthy relationship with your physical self, you don’t feel great in your body and will slow down the transformation and healing process.
Changing the way you think and view your body not only helps you feel happier but also helps to speed up your healing. It’s natural for your body to be healthy and well. But you need to trust it and listen to its cues.
Written by an intuitive, spiritual author, this book helps you love your body more deeply as it is and beyond the physical form. It helps shift your perspective from the ego to that of pure love.
In this book, you’ll learn:
- How to not let others affect your body image
- A new way of seeing beauty in yourself and everyone else
- How to listen and trust your body’s wisdom and healing ability
- A spiritual perception of illness and death
- How to balance the body, mind, and spirit
- How to improve your relationship with your body and food
Don’t wait for your physical appearance or condition to change before you accept and appreciate your body. Be at peace with where you are now and learn to view your body with love.
Scroll to the top of the page and get a copy of Love Your Body!
Are you stuck with a painful experience and can't move on? What if depression is a gift and not suffering?At the age of 31, Yong Kang Chan was left with no job, no income, and most important of all, no identity and purpose in life. He thought having a job in an animation studio would lead him to the right career path. But an unexpected turn of shocking events led him to existential crisis and depression.
Those two months of darkness was scary. He couldn't cope with the emotional pain and even contemplated dying. However, he soon realized depression was a spiritual gift and embraced it. He believed he had depression for a reason.
“I experienced depression so I could write about it and share the lessons I learned.”Depression had taught him important lessons about being a highly sensitive person (HSP) and empath. While overcoming depression, he learned the importance of self-care and setting boundaries with a narcissist. He also learned how to:
- Let go of the past and his emotional pain
- Embrace all feelings
- Reconcile between anger and empathy
- Deal with anger
- Love and accept one’s unique personality
- Trust one’s intuition and empathic gift
- Acknowledge shame and be vulnerable
- Let go of the need for approval
The best way to accept a gift is to accept and be thankful. Are you ready to accept this gift?
Scroll to the top of the page and get a copy of The Emotional Gift now!
Feeling miserable with your job, but can’t bring yourself to quit?
Deep down inside, you know that your current job doesn’t fit you. Every morning, you felt drained and unmotivated to go to work. Every night, you couldn’t sleep because you kept thinking about the problems you have to face the next day.
Difficult co-workers and management, negative work environment, meaningless tasks, long working hours, and tight deadlines. Your unfulfilling job is making you feel depressed and killing your soul slowly day by day.
But yet, you can’t leave your position. What is stopping you from taking action?
You want to quit your job, but you are afraid of losing your financial security. What is you cannot find another job? What if you pick another career that is as bad as or even worse than your current one?
How about the people close to you? You don’t want to let your parents down as they have high expectations for you. You feel guilty about leaving your colleagues to take over your workload.
You also don’t want to be perceived as a quitter or someone who gives up easily whenever they face a problem.
So you feel stuck and trapped in your job and don’t know what to do.
Download — Fearless Passion: Find the Courage to Do What You Love.
The purpose of this book is to inspire you to do what you love and not let fear hold you back.
Fearless Passion will help you to:
Uncover hidden fears that are holding you back
Change your perspective and overcome your fear
Break free from the job you hate
Make a smooth career or job change
Identify what you love to do
Build skills for your next job by using your passion
Whether you are changing a new job, changing a new career or starting your own business, Fearless Passion will help you get started and remove your self-doubt.
So don’t let your fear stop you from doing the work that you love.
Scroll to the top of the page and get a copy of Fearless Passion now!
Todos estamos familiarizados con esa vocecilla interna que, de una manera u otra, nos boicotea: nunca llegarás a nada, nadie te quiere, no eres una buena madre, no mereces ser amado… Es posible que reprimir esos pensamientos ayude temporalmente y tal vez reduzca la frecuencia del dolor, pero no resuelve las emociones subyacentes, que se encuentran enraizadas en lo más profundo de nuestras mentes. Por más que intentemos pensar en positivo, esa voz crítica vuelve a emerger una y otra vez. La realidad es que no podemos cambiar la mayoría de nuestros pensamientos. En cambio, podemos relacionarnos de manera distinta con ellos. ¿Y si no hiciera falta acallar al crítico interior?¿Por qué no desconfiar de nuestros propios pensamientos? Desde la sencillez y la verdad de la propia experiencia, Yong Kang Chan comparte técnicas de mindfulness para practicar el hábito de la incredulidad. Poniendo en duda la veracidad de lo que dice la mente, toda la experiencia vital se transformará.