- 9,99 €
Description de l’éditeur
The pioneer of Energy Psychiatry presents a complete program that will stop you from feeling constantly drained and enable you to live a more vibrant life.
Are you forever rushing through your day, fending off chronic exhaustion? Are you desperately overcommitted, afraid to say no? Do you want to feel well rested and ready to conquer each day with enthusiasm, but fall short time and time again? If so, you’re the victim of a hidden energy crisis. Here, at last, is the complete prescription that will stop you from feeling constantly drained and enable you to live a more vibrant life.
The Positive Energy Program will help you:
• Generate positive emotional energy to counter negativity
• Design an energy-aware approach to diet, exercise, and health—and teach you how to avoid the “energetic overeating” that sabotages attempts to lose weight
• Awaken your intuition and rejuvenate yourself—and learn the cure for technodespair: overload from e-mails, computers, and phones
• Protect yourself from energy vampires with specific shielding techniques
Filled with clear instructions for the simple, powerful exercises Dr. Orloff practices herself and shares with her patients, Positive Energy is your tool kit for transforming fatigue, stress, and fear into an abundance of vibrance, strength, and love.
Orloff, a psychiatrist who has appeared frequently on television and written an eponymous Guide to Intuitive Healing, here provides 10 detailed prescriptions for harnessing one's "positive energy" to replace fatigue with physical and emotional vigor. Her commonsense program includes pursuing an individual spiritual path, developing "true-to-self eroticism," designing an energy-building diet and exercise plan, learning to celebrate laughter and protecting oneself from "energy vampires." Along with practice exercises for following these prescriptions, each section ends with a public figure describing the ways that he or she uses Orloff's methods. In the chapter on spirituality, Amy Gross, editor in chief of O: The Oprah Magazine, discusses how practicing deep breathing and meditation replenishes energy as she centers herself. Wavy Gravy, who warned against eating the brown acid at Woodstock, explores the way laughter has not only helped him cope with pain but also heightened his vitality level. Orloff delivers her revivification techniques in thoughtful, accessible prose that some may find an energy builder in itself.