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365 Days of Happiness

365 Days of Happiness

by Jacqueline Pirtle

ASIN: B07B52MQVB

Publisher FreakyHealer

Published in Self-Help/Happiness, Self-Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Literature & Fiction, Nonfiction

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Book Description

Do you have fun with your own life? How often do you really pay attention and choose things to improve your day? In 365 Days of Happiness, author Jacqueline Pirtle has created daily inspirations that help you mindfully work towards living a more vivid experience of daily happiness. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while having fun, the practices are full of whimsy and delight. Through light, bubbly, cheerful passages, each day teaches you to find happiness, use those sour lemons, and shift yourself into a “high for life” frequency.

Sample Chapter

Imagine you have a planting tray. Each compartment has a different kind of seed planted inside, and every seed has its own space to grow and none get mixed up; and yet, they are all connected, because it is a tray.

Every day you check on all the seeds, water them, make sure they get sunlight, and are warm. You have absolute trust and belief in them that they have their own power and wisdom to grow. If they do well, you watch their growth with excitement. If they don’t do well, you adjust the water-giving, warmth and sun-intake. Never would you lose your trust in them, or get all tangled up in their business of growing. Rather, you keep faith in their own reason to BE.

The same goes for your loved ones… Think of every loved one as a seed living in a compartment of a planting tray. Every person gets their own space to grow without getting mixed up, yet everyone is connected. You check on everyone daily, nurture them with compassion, love, your light, well wishes, and your happiness. You have absolute trust and belief in every single one that they have their own power and wisdom to grow, be well, and live happy. If they do well, you watch their growth with excitement. If they don’t do well, you adjust your way of nurturing. Never will you lose your trust in them or get all tangled up in their business of living. You keep faith in their own reason to BE.

The best thing you can do for yourself, everyone, and everything is to not get tangled up in anyone’s life-business. Instead gift them with your unconditional trust and belief in them, then turn towards yourself and take care of your own life-business. Which is to be the happiest, healthiest, loving, and purest YOU, that you can be.

That IS happiness!

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Author Profile

Jacqueline Pirtle

Jacqueline Pirtle

Jacqueline Pirtle a.k.a FreakyHealer has been leading life-changing workshops, talks, and private sessions since 2006. Her passion for “sprinkling happiness” and being “high for life” shines through in all of her work as an energy healer and mindfulness teacher. She was born in Switzerland, but has lived everywhere. She now makes her home in the United States with her wonderful husband, amazing kids, and sweet cats, and can often be found having a little chat with a falling leaf, or indulging in a cupcake at her favorite bakery.

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