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Ancient teachings inspire this contemporary, actionable method that leads you out of the "stuckness" of ordinary life toward joy, fulfillment, and abundance. Imagine life as a hot air balloon ride. You constantly aspire to go to higher altitudes for smooth, happy sailing. Yet each time you try, your sandbags pull you down to bumpy lower altitudes, where you face challenging Ancient teachings inspire this contemporary, actionable method that leads you out of the "stuckness" of ordinary life toward joy, fulfillment, and abundance. Imagine life as a hot air balloon ride. You constantly aspire to go to higher altitudes for smooth, happy sailing. Yet each time you try, your sandbags pull you down to bumpy lower altitudes, where you face challenging situations, difficult people, and negative thoughts. You feel stuck, lost, and confused. As a former finance executive, Arda Ozdemir found himself feeling exactly like that. After years of suffering from chronic health issues, depression, and anxiety, he decided to take matters into his own hands and found relief in unique meditation and self-awareness tools like Qigong, Reiki, and Yoga Nidra. From his journey of awakening, he developed the Rise 2 Realize POWER Method, a practical five-step process to guide you out of suffering and emotional pain toward your higher personal and professional potential. The Art of Becoming Unstuck: your personalized journey through consciousness in search of ultimate happiness is your guidebook for life. As you read it, you will learn how to identify, understand, and release your sandbags in order to rise above your destructive habits and to realize your ultimate happiness. Embrace what life has to offer and discover who you really are.


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Ancient teachings inspire this contemporary, actionable method that leads you out of the "stuckness" of ordinary life toward joy, fulfillment, and abundance. Imagine life as a hot air balloon ride. You constantly aspire to go to higher altitudes for smooth, happy sailing. Yet each time you try, your sandbags pull you down to bumpy lower altitudes, where you face challenging Ancient teachings inspire this contemporary, actionable method that leads you out of the "stuckness" of ordinary life toward joy, fulfillment, and abundance. Imagine life as a hot air balloon ride. You constantly aspire to go to higher altitudes for smooth, happy sailing. Yet each time you try, your sandbags pull you down to bumpy lower altitudes, where you face challenging situations, difficult people, and negative thoughts. You feel stuck, lost, and confused. As a former finance executive, Arda Ozdemir found himself feeling exactly like that. After years of suffering from chronic health issues, depression, and anxiety, he decided to take matters into his own hands and found relief in unique meditation and self-awareness tools like Qigong, Reiki, and Yoga Nidra. From his journey of awakening, he developed the Rise 2 Realize POWER Method, a practical five-step process to guide you out of suffering and emotional pain toward your higher personal and professional potential. The Art of Becoming Unstuck: your personalized journey through consciousness in search of ultimate happiness is your guidebook for life. As you read it, you will learn how to identify, understand, and release your sandbags in order to rise above your destructive habits and to realize your ultimate happiness. Embrace what life has to offer and discover who you really are.

49 review for The Art of Becoming Unstuck: your personalized journey through consciousness in search of ultimate happiness

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dora Okeyo

    It took me a while to read this book and in so doing, there were some techniques that I could apply to my life and some that I could not- and that in my view makes this a versatile personal development book because it may apply to people a different stages of growth. Thanks Netgalley for the eARC.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Arda Ozdemir needed to come to terms with what was wrong with his life, and what he should do about it. He was feeling extremely low, and he wanted to recalibrate how he got into this position. Eventually, he thought of a system that changed his life, and he found a new career, but it wasn't easy. He shows readers how to use his POWER system in this excellent book, so that they can take control of their lives again. This involves dealing with your emotional triggers, which are like sandbags weigh Arda Ozdemir needed to come to terms with what was wrong with his life, and what he should do about it. He was feeling extremely low, and he wanted to recalibrate how he got into this position. Eventually, he thought of a system that changed his life, and he found a new career, but it wasn't easy. He shows readers how to use his POWER system in this excellent book, so that they can take control of their lives again. This involves dealing with your emotional triggers, which are like sandbags weighing you down, and learning to handle them, so that you can become 'unstuck'. He suggests doing this with all the areas of your life. The only problem is that it would take a lot of time to write your triggers and how you dealt with them down each day, I think! It's a lot of work, but an extremely helpful book even if you just think about it all carefully, rather than writing everything down. I received this free ebook from NetGalley in return for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    There are some useful techniques in this book that we can all add to our wellbeing toolkits. They have the huge benefit of being easy to apply wherever we are to help us cope with circumstances and to help us respond appropriately, if we need to, rather than just react if we feel caught on the back foot. However, readers may find this book at very different points in their personal development and life journeys. This means that it’s possible that using the techniques may bring up things that peop There are some useful techniques in this book that we can all add to our wellbeing toolkits. They have the huge benefit of being easy to apply wherever we are to help us cope with circumstances and to help us respond appropriately, if we need to, rather than just react if we feel caught on the back foot. However, readers may find this book at very different points in their personal development and life journeys. This means that it’s possible that using the techniques may bring up things that people are not ready to deal with and need more help. The addition of resources section providing further info and advice, such as books, websites and where to find a suitable therapist, if needed, would make the book more complete. Worth a read to see if any if the techniques described work for us as individuals.

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    Ashley Tuck

    Love everything about it

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    Katherine Brooks

    Not my favorite but I’m sure there are many that will enjoy this.

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