Living in the Now Book Review

Rona Wimberley had this to say:

The beauty of this book is that you are able to clarify those areas in your life which cause you unnecessary stress and unhappiness and then, through practice, follow the suggested solutions. There is a wealth of input from countless people who have attended courses run by Jill Jacques and who substantiate the fact that, over time, these new approaches really do work.

You learn, for example, the futility of procrastinating or entering into arguments where the other party is only interested in his/her viewpoint. In the latter case, acceptance is far better.

This is a handbook which leads to success and a more confident, fulfilling and happier way of living. You realize that the universe is actually on your side. 


About Jill M Jacques

I grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa, and have spent most of my life here doing the usual things - marrying, having children and caring for an array of pets ranging from dogs to silkworms and chameleons. I first became interested in philosphy and its practical application in everyday life in my early 20s and spent many years as part of a group that pursued this goal. Drawing on this experience, I have been running "How to live in the Now" programmes for over 10 years. I wrote this book in response to requests from group members for something "simple and practical". I tend to see the funny side of life situations and enjoy writing humorous back pages as well as short stories and some poetry. Some of these have been published. Being here now is what really matters.
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