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Embracing Uncertainty: Breakthrough Methods for Achieving Peace of Mind When Facing the Unknown par [Jeffers Ph.D., Susan]
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'Now more than ever, Susan Jeffers' wisdom feels like a precious gift. Her counsel is profound and meaningful in such challenging times.' (Marianne Williamson)

'In Embracing Uncertainty, Jeffers describes, with brilliant clarity, how to deal with ambiguity in life. The exercises in this book helped me learn how to reach within myself and find certainty. Like Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, I'll be quoting this classic over and over again.' (Mona Lisa Schulz, MD, PhD, author of Awakening Int)

'Original, courageous and brilliant! Jeffers alters the mind without drugs, freeing it to free us to become ourselves. ' (Warren Farrell, Ph.D. , Author, Why Men Are The Wa)

'Susan Jeffers' books are always fun to read, and she has done it again with Embracing Uncertainty.
She leads the reader through the art of enjoying life in her own unique style!' (Louise L. Hay, Author of You Can Heal Your Life an)

'Susan Jeffers has done it again! EMBRACING UNCERTAINTY is a wonderful book with a huge payoff...peace of mind about the future. It is an entertaining read filled with invaluable insights and unique exercises you can take with you on your exciting Journey through life.' (Jack Canfield, Co-Author of the #1 New York Times)

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Author of Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway

From the multi-million bestselling author of Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway comes a powerful and healing book designed to offer a safety net in a world of never-ending change. It may be one of the most comforting and life-affirming books you will ever read.

With her invaluable insights and exercises, Susan Jeffers gives you the tools you need to deal with all the uncertainty in your life with a sense of peace and possibility. You will learn:
- Forty-two exercises to help make your life an exciting adventure instead of a continuous worry
- How to lighten up and put problems into a life-affirming perspective
- The amazing power of the word "maybe"
- And much more.

You will discover that there is a wondrous, joyous, and abundant life that can exist in the presence of uncertainty. The question is, "What do you need to do to reach this wonderful state?" And the answers abound in Embracing Uncertainty..


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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 304 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0312309554
  • Editeur : St. Martin's Press; Édition : Reprint (1 avril 2007)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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Simple, directe, avec une belle énergie communicative et beaucoup d'humanité, Susan Jeffers nous fait partager son apprentissage et sa vision de la vie. Elle propose une quarantaine d'exercices parmi lesquels piocher, qui peuvent chacun à leur manière aider à être fort, libre et serein face à l'incertitude de l'existence.
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HASH(0x8f4386e4) étoiles sur 5 This book changed my life 27 mars 2003
Par P. Berinstein - Publié sur Amazon.com
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By the time I had finished reading Chapter 1 of Susan's wonderful book, I had made a life-changing decision. The large house my husband and I loved had become a burden in this wretched economy, and we were agonizing over whether to downsize or struggle to hang on. "What if we'll never be able to own such a fabulous house again?" we thought. "Are we failures because we haven't been able to keep up with the Joneses?" "What will happen to us now?" The fear, longing, and possible disgrace were eating us alive. Then I found Susan's book. Stop hoping and start wondering, she counsels. Look at life not with fear, hope, and expectations, but with curiosity, she says. "I wonder how this will turn out" is the attitude to take. Turn your life into a story, one in which you can't wait to get to the next episode to see what will happen. Boom! Her advice knocked my socks off. I've never been able to resist seeing what's around the next corner. I decided to let the house go, and my husband agreed. Let the adventure begin!
I once knew a woman who claimed that she was so optimistic that she could even look on the bright side when someone was dying of cancer. I never understood what she meant, but I've kept her mysterious statement in the back of my mind all these years. Susan's book made my friend's statement clear at last. When you can infuse your life with meaning and purpose, find the positive in both good and bad experiences, and use everything you've been through as an opportunity for learning, you can be optimistic in the face of hardship. Susan tells of a holocaust survivor who found fulfillment in helping other concentration camp inmates; a stroke victim and a quadriplegic who lived full, meaningful lives by focusing on helping others. It can all be done by letting go of expectations and making the most of what we have here and now. After all, as John Lennon said, life is what happens while you're making other plans.
It takes courage and ingenuity to follow Susan's advice, but I promise that if you do, you will be transformed. I know this from my own experience, not just with the house, but from thinking back over my life. Think of it this way: You can continue to suffer, or you can embrace uncertainty and find golden nuggets all around you.
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HASH(0x8f438738) étoiles sur 5 A very helpful book! 23 mars 2005
Par David Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Embracing Uncertainty was one of the first self help books that I have ever read.

I found it so helpful that it motivated me to find and read more books that would help me as much at achieving peace and happiness in my life.

Jeffers provides 58 simple exercises that can be practised throughout your day to help you deal with the challenges of life.

I've yet to find another book that offers so many tools to help teach you to control your mind. I use two of the exercises so much that they are now second nature to me!

The first exercise helps me whenever I find myself worrying about something and I can't seem to stop.

I simply tell myself that I'll worry about it tomorrow every time the thought comes up. It's a great mind trick saying you'll worry about it tomorrow when really you'll never let yourself worry about it. This exercise has let me enjoy the present moment without wasting it on useless worrying.

The second exercise that I found very useful was to teach myself to stop `hoping' for things. Instead, I only let myself `wonder' about what might happen. Wondering instead of hoping stops me from feeling disappointment that can come when something I hope for doesn't happen. A `wondering' world is a much easier one to be in than a `hoping' world!

There are 56 other good techniques in Embracing Uncertainty so I'm sure if these two don't quite speak to you, you'll find at least a couple of others that will make your world a lot better.
31 internautes sur 32 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8f438b70) étoiles sur 5 The Most Comforting Self-Help Book I Ever Read 17 octobre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have read Embracing Uncertainty by Dr. Susan Jeffers a couple of times and I find it the most comforting self-help book that I have ever read. Seldom is one provided with so many wonderful tools to overcome the stress and anxiety caused by the troubled world around us. Against the background of the current world crisis, a lousy economy and the constant threat of terrorist attacks, we all need help to keep calm and balanced, and I found Dr. Jeffers's advice to be ideal in terms of leveling my personal equilibrium. Now, I can approach each day with much more confidence and handle the uncertainty in the world without feeling fearful and stressed. Further, the book is filled with such common sense advice that's so clearly stated, it is accessible to everyone. I can't recommend this highly enough! A great gift for loved ones...
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HASH(0x8f438f48) étoiles sur 5 timely tranquil message 17 mars 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Dr. Susan Jeffers suggests a methodology for people to attain mental equilibrium and serenity in an uncertain world that seems increasingly unpredictable since 9/11. The author feels that too many people waste time, energy, and money trying to control what the future will bring to them. Instead, Dr. Jeffers advocates acceptance of three prime "realities" before one can learn to live life to the fullest.
In other words, Dr. J encourages readers to "live for today and don't worry about tomorrow". Though nothing innovative (Grass Roots offered the same advice thirty-five years ago) to embrace in this self-help book, Dr. Jeffers provides a timely tranquil message in a world that seems as if stress is the solo measure.
Harriet Klausner
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HASH(0x8f438cf0) étoiles sur 5 Brilliant, useful writing by a first-class thinker and teacher 19 janvier 2009
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Susan Jeffers is a national expert on fear and tools to move past fear. This book is a recent effort, and is in a sense the next stage past her best-seller "Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway." She takes what has to be one of the most unnerving topics for most people to even consider, embracing the uncertainty of life, and offers pragmatic, clear tools for doing exactly that. Just the discussion of letting go of outcomes should be required reading for anyone 10 years old and up. While the book has a spiritual leaning it is by no means necessary to be of any spiritual belief, or even spiritual at all, to find this book highly useful.
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