Accessing Your Inner Pharmacy
What is your inner pharmacy? Your inner pharmacist is what doles out the negative substances that you experience when you’re mad or frustrated. Brian Sheen employs ways to obtain the biochemicals your body needs for a happier and more serene life. Sheen teaches in-depth, scientifically-proven methods and strategies to help people lower medication dosages or get rid of the need for them altogether. From yoga techniques to charts, Accessing your Inner Pharmacy is a step-by-step guide to allow you to get rid of the negativity and stress of life in order to enhance your ability to focus and find a calmer outlook on life.
The language maintains its scientific approach and never becomes too hard to understand. Sheen achieves his purpose of allowing an easy way to connect to yourself with guides to fill out that ask detailed questions from six key prescriptions to self-awareness. The book is laid out so that it’s easy to fill out as you read and allows an in-depth personal journey. As you learn to connect to yourself, you also learn to connect to others. Disempowering your inner critic is one of the most useful tools I found, as it teaches ways to deal with this little critiquing voice and how to block it out.
Accessing your Inner Pharmacy isn’t about just finding a sense of peace but leading you to follow your heart and understand what that means. It’s rejuvenating and refreshing, a nice way to clear your mind through helpful tips that show various ways to calm and steady breathing. This is primarily aimed at those wanting to learn the methods, so the various yoga poses are easy to follow with useful illustrations and a step-by-step process.
By showing different negative aspects of life, Sheen breaks down various disconnecting behaviors, from facial expressions to tones of voice. Following each explanation of a negativity in life is a step-by-step of how to find the positive. The goal is to find the best path to take in life; Sheen’s processes can work for anyone and can be applied to a range of situations. Accessing your Inner Pharmacy finds the values of life and is a brilliant source for dealing with stress.
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|Author||Brian J. Sheen|
|Page Count||512 pages|
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