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Intentional Smile: A Girl’s Guide to Positive Living

If you are looking for a guide to living healthy and happy need look no further. Written by Shazia Omar and Merill Khan ‘Smile intentional. A Girl’s Guide to Positive Living “ just hit the bookstalls and that will definitely bring a smile to your face

not there puns and philosophizing torturous in the book -. just a simplistic life and approaches that can be used to be more positive approach is referred to several of the mantras healthy life, as being positive, loving self, eliminating negativity and embrace the joy of life. in addition to practical exercises and techniques including asana, pranayama, acupressure, chakra clearing, and meditation, the authors also emphasize the importance of self-empowerment.

Even if you are skeptical about self-help books and positive life, ‘Smile intentional’ may be the book that becomes scowling. the book is not intended to be too serious, but it’s a fun read. Approach it with an open mind and you will definitely not be disappointed. In addition to things to feel good, the book also emphasizes the importance of breathing exercises, focused on the critical role of oxygen supply in the physical, and mental well-being.
While Shazia is a professional writer, welfare psychologist and yoga instructor, Merill is child counselor and school teacher. His experience with people shines through with simplistic content that is easy to understand for everyone. In addition, the illustrations of colors and types of creative lyrics help keep the book light and easy on the eyes, so is the perfect addition to your nightstand

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Here is an excerpt from positive visualization directly from the book .:


Close your eyes and visualize what you want in deep detail. You want to be happy? How is happiness? Sensation? Smell? Taste? Sound?

mirror work

Write down your statements. Post them in your mirror, your refrigerator, the door of your bathroom, your desk, so you see them regularly. Say aloud. Often! You sing. Make a song of them. to say in front of a mirror.

I find really positive visualization helps heal when I’m sick. Also, before important meetings or long trips, positive visualizations and a quick prayer, ensures a smooth journey.

Like attracts like. E-reel magic and create a belief system that manifests our dream, we must be ruthlessly disciplined about feeling good. With the approach of one mind of a warrior, you have to sharpen our weapons (positive habits) and sacrifice enemies (negative feelings) regularly.

Negative feelings attract negative energy. This becomes a self-perpetuating trap that prevents us from achieving our dreams. Releasing his demons. Just allow the thoughts that help you be in joy.

If you are reading this book, it probably means you’re alive. Hallelujah! He has a roof over his head. You have food in your stomach. You have your sanity, however fleeting it can feel. You have books on their shelves. Maybe a cup of coffee at his side. It has literacy education, hopes and dreams. Since there is much to be thankful, you may free up their useless negative feelings and choose to be in joy

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“Excerpted by permission of intentional smile :. a Girl Guide Positive Living Merrill Shazia Khan and Omar, Bloomsbury Publishing India, Rs. 374. Published July “

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source image: Nancy Zambrano

August 18, 2016

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