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  1. 5 Steps to Complete Freedom from Stress

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    Learn the "why" of stress and the "how" of ending it. Here's the secret to taking command of your life. Helpful pocketbook version of the new material added to the revised Design Your Destiny. Where Stress Becomes Unnatural Natural stress and tension keep the earth orbiting the sun. They test and strengthen trees that struggle upward against gravity, wind, and rain...

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  2. Twelve Secrets to Living Stress Free
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    1. Real Success is not measured by what you are driven to achieve, but by what you can quietly understand. 2. Letting Go is the natural release which always follows the realization that holding on hurts. 3. Why seek answers to tormenting questions when it is possible to realize there is no intelligence in torment? So simply drop those painful questions. 4. See the upset not as an exterior c...
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  3. 5 Personal Practices That Put Anxiety Out of Business
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    Your conscious participation in inner exercises, such as these five practices, is the only way to awaken the will you need so that one day you never have to answer to any anxiety again!...

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  4. Feeling Overwhelmed

    I am constantly feeling overwhelmed by all the different demands on my time. It seems that I live out each day trying to "keep my head above water." This inevitably leads to discouragement that I will ever succeed at anything. I am feeling overwhelmed by sadness and a sense of futility. I just cannot seem to move out of this negative state because the pain feels so real to me. What inner act...

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  5. Step Out of the Rush
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    Before you can step out of the rush and into your own life, you must first see that while anxious, hurried feelings often lend a temporary sense of self-importance, these same racing emotions actually rob you of the power you need to be self-commanding. A brief investigation will confirm this finding. Self-command begins with being able to choose your own direction in life. And whether you're...

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  6. A Prayer to Turn Your Life Around
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    Deliberately dare to slow down your life when everything in you -- or around you -- is screaming "Rush." Why is this bold action a prayer? Every person knows what it feels like to be carried off by an anxious state, so you decide: when some anxiety comes along and takes over your life -- are you an awake inwardly centered person -- or are you an unconscious outwardly driven man or woman? Wh...

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  7. Behold
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    This special writing complementing Guy's talk of November 21st, 2004, contains hidden treasures that hint at an entirely new way of living.

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  8. Sure Steps Towards a Silent Mind
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    One maxim of self-development I sense is true is that the way out of any stressful situation is to "go through it." How does this approach apply to reducing stress-producing thought-attacks? Everything depends upon our ability to inwardly discriminate between thoughts and feelings that are for us as opposed to those that are against us. Whenever confronted with an onslaught of internal i...

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  9. Take the Steps to the Stressless Life
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    Our experience of life is intimately connected to the way in which we view it, and this view changes from moment to moment depending upon what we are relating to within ourselves in each moment. When we see only our own ideas about why we're feeling stressed, and they're telling us how we're entitled to be miserable, misery makes up the circle of our lives. But when we actually see, within o...

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  10. Abandon Your Usual Ways of Thinking
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    Imagine for a moment you're driving home from work, and that you've just come from having a pretty rough day. As you drive along, your eyes see the road before you, but your mind is in the past. It's very busy re-running all of the day's unpleasant events. Over and over again, you feel that painful stab of some thoughtless remark someone cruelly blurted out, or the embarrassment of that stupi...

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