Love, calmness, confidence, gratitude, hope and happiness: these are the six emotions that tip the balance of our mindset in favour of a positive outlook rather than a negative one. Wouldn't it be great to feel these positive emotions more of the time? Now you can with Fiona Brennan's ultimate manual for the mind.
With a chapter on each emotion, and practical steps on how to cultivate them, this profound, practical plan utilises mindfulness, habit, positive psychology, and neuroscience. It will show you how to train your brain to embrace negative thoughts with courage and love, and transform them into positive ones.
Accompanied with an audio-hypnotherapy meditation plan that takes just a few minutes a day, split between your morning and evening, this book will transform your mental health - it even works while you sleep. With repeated use, you will let go of unnecessary negativity and stress, sleep peacefully and wake up happy as you develop The Positive Habit.
Life-changing! Manifest the habit of happiness and success.' Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup for the Soul
'The Positive Habit is empowering, highly practical and what we all need right now. It shows you how to let go of anxiety and to live happily with an open heart.' Ivor Browne, former Professor of Psychiatry and Chief Psychiatrist of the Eastern Health Board
'Practical, kind, useful and informative, Fiona's book helps teach us why we feel and react the way we do, and that's key to making positive changes in our lives.' Vicki Notaro, Editor-in-Chief, Stellar
'Throughout my twenties, I suffered from anxiety and I have always been hard on myself. When I turned 30 I decided to overcome this by trying various methods, but nothing can compare to The Positive Habit. I am now kind and compassionate to myself and have let go of many negative habits. It's been lifechanging.' Isobel Cunningham, client
'Learning The Positive Habit has made me feel more empowered and freed me from anxiety. I realize I am worth much more than I previously thought.' Alice Harrington, client