Happyism, A Practical Guide to Happiness: Book Review
The book 'Happyism, A Practical Guide to Happiness' is a practical book on positive psychology that describes the ways of being happy. According to the author of the book, Mary Sue Wallac, the pursuit of happiness is one of the chief motivators in life and this book is designed to enhance awareness of human beings' creative role in this process. Happiness is a feeling that comes to us when our lives are working: when we know who we are, what we want and how to proceed in making our dreams come true, says the author.
Authored by an insightful pursuer of metaphysics, the book is a profound and evocative guidebook that takes readers on a voyage to happiness. The narrative of the book is that it speaks to our inner-self and evokes a yearning for happiness. The book works as a well-explained guide towards creating magnetic quality of consciousness for one's personal well being.
The central idea of the book is that our minds, thoughts and emotions are magnetic and this magnetism attracts people, events, and circumstances into our lives. The book talks of the practical methods to energize one’s dreams and visions and be self-empowered to realize them by cultivating a positive mindset.
Being a practical book, it contains the guidelines and exercises for developing and transacting them for positive effects to enhance happiness in life. The inspirational presentation of the book motivates you to develop positive mindset and try out the self-development methods described in the book.
The book is a treasure of wisdom and practical ways of seeking a life of happiness for a common person. The precepts, concepts and messages in the book are metaphysical and but to the point with practical exercises to keep up the enthusiasm elevating self-esteem and self-development through magnetic consciousness and loving relationships.