Suffering and stress is like a large, heavy rock. Our will to feel better is like a tiny, steadily-falling, drop of water. It seems impossible, but that tiny, recurring drop of water will prove to be master over the rock. When we constantly remind ourselves to be happy for good reasons, it is as though we are training our inner monologue to serve us, instead of the usual, other way around. More
It is only natural that upon learning of an eBook entitled "Spontaneous Joy" that certain doubts arise in our imaginations. We may expect such a thing as deliberately, spontaneously, and instantly feeling better out of sheer will as not even possible. Or, perhaps, we may feel that even if it is possible that it would take us possibly years to ever accomplish. Maybe we feel that others can do it, but we cannot. These are all very logical doubts to have. After all, if an eBook entitled "Spontaneous Joy" has a demand at all, the concept of instantly feeling better is apparently difficult and, to some extent, rare. Let me tell you, I am not proposing to sell you anything that is impossible, or even difficult, nor impractical, to achieve. I believe that we can all deliberately choose to feel better and experience an improvement upon the quality of our life experience in an instant. We have, as human beings, been systematically conditioned (by society, the media, parents, etc.) to respond and react a particular way to the content of our lives. I'm not suggesting that we necessarily have to feel good about the situation, but we should and can all feel good in spite of the situation, you see. This is where many find difficulty. Many of us are hardwired to feel that they are subject to the world around them, on the contrary, in fact, it is the world that is subject to us. And this eBook shows you how to realize this completely, effortlessly, and instantly. I hope you enjoy.
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