Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Change your life in 7 days?
It is good to switch the mind to other book after reading too much of technical stuff. "Change your life in 7 days" by Paul McKenna is the one that I am reading right now. To be honest, I don't even know this author before. During my recovery stage of mental block a few weeks ago, I realised that I had been spending my time too much at home, locked myself to be alone so that I could focus on writing T and I did not go out to shopping complex or anywhere else which might make me spend more money. It is my bad habit if I am under stress, I will spend money like I am a millionaire just to satisfy myself. After I feel calm then I realise I just spend on something unnecessary. Nowdays, I am coping and breaking this bad habit of mine step by step..
Yes, I drove myself to the shopping complex not very far from my house. Bookstore was my favourite place to see if I could find 99 pence books particularly on Yoga or Pilate... Yup, I am crazy about this exercise. I will never forget my pilate/yoga class no matter how busy I am. One and a half hour/week of this session really help me a lot. The instructor is so wonderful and witty and beautiful too (at her 40's). I wish to bring her back to Msia...will see if she agree..
I picked up several books and my fingers kept on searching for more books...finally I found this book, but it is not 99 pence. It is 10x more expensive. Never mind...., after brousing through the book, I said to myself that this book is very simple just like a cookbook or manual. This technique is already in my subconcious mind, part of my life principal. Just that maybe sometimes when my mind is out of bound, I don't have a systematic thinking...So I bought the book which come together with CD and I listened to the mind-programming CD for relaxation. It has been my bedtime story book or whenever I don't want to read any other books.
If I have time later, I will jot down simple steps described in this book as part of sharing the tips abt change your life in 7 days. Sound as if too fast....but possible. The only challenge is to be able to keep going and not to drift away to come back to square one!
If you read this book, what is your opinion of the content/techniques?
April 11, 2006 1:04 pm