The 7 Things That Made Me Genuinely and Irreversibly Happy

7-things-coverEven if you feel content with your life, it’s hard to ignore the title of Rohan Healy’s book!  At it’s very best it could potentially turn your life around.  At the very least it is wonderful support for the way you already live your life.  I guarantee there is something worthwhile in here for everyone.

Happiness is addressed right off: we are not dealing with a continual high state of elation here.  Rather, true happiness as contentedness and an overriding feeling of being okay and at peace.  You know what I mean–real happy instead of an image of happy.

The 7 Things are organized into parts of the book: the body’s innate intuitive intelligence, stoic philosophy, bullying, affirmations and holistic healing, healthy relationships, personal finance, and abundance consciousness.

Each part is beautifully descriptive with an explanation and background, some personal experience, and real-life applications for the reader to use.  This book provides tools for day-to-day living, not just happy horse-poo overarching concepts.  🙂 Additionally, each part is summarized at the end, providing key points as reminders and nitty-gritty to revisit.  An entire section at the end supplies outside resources, again organized by  the 7 parts to the book.  It is very well laid out in a format that is easy to return to for refresher reference.  In addition, it is easy to read for understanding: Rohan’s style wraps around you like a warm quilt, and you readily assimilate to its comfort.

Anyone who inhabits a body will glean something helpful from this book.  Its purpose is to help readers have courage and support to be their unique and authentic selves.  As stated immediately, Rohan’s intent is in the spirit of sharing.  He encourages the reader to “please take what you like, leave what you don’t, and skip what you already know.” (Healy, Location 94 [hey, I’m on an e-book, that’s the best I can describe!])

Read this book and be supported in your authenticity!

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4 Comments on “The 7 Things That Made Me Genuinely and Irreversibly Happy

  1. Ah! Thanks for the lovely review Gina 🙂 I’ll reblog this in a few days!

    I’m glad you enjoyed the book, sounds like you really “Got” what the book was all about 🙂

    Thanks again, you rock!

    Rohan.

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  2. Pingback: The 7 Things Blog Tour – Links to all Reviews, Interviews & Guest Posts! | rohan7things

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