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The Art of Effortless Living: Do Less, Let Go, and Discover Health,…

by Ingrid Bacci

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A graduate of Harvard and Columbia, Ingrid Bacci was a real "achiever"-until a crippling disease took over her life for three years. After embarking on a journey of healing using mind-body techniques, she realized the secret to health, happiness, and success was to let go of trying so hard, and face the fear that had ruled her life. Now, she presents clear, simple techniques for developing an effortless lifestyle. Through breathing exercises, meditation, visualization, bodywork and tapping into unconscious guidance, anyone can learn how to achieve a more fulfilling life-by doing less.

"Here is a Book of Changes-a profound and potent guide to making transformative shifts in body, mind and spirit."(Jean Houston, Ph.D., bestselling author of The Possible Human)

"This book contains a piece of essential wisdom-that by letting go we gain more, not less." (Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Reinventing Medicine and Healing Words)

"Ingrid Bacci eloquently describes the parallel lines of inner and outer healing." (Peter J. D'Adamo, author of Eat Right 4 Your Type)

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