Last update : 02/25/24
Author : Joseph Nguyen
Length : 2h16
Narrated by : Joseph Nguyen
Category : Psychology & Mental Health
Possibility of free reading : YES
“Don’t Believe Everything You Think” by Joseph Nguyen is a transformative guide that empowers readers to overcome anxiety, self-doubt, and self-sabotage without the need for motivation or willpower. The book explores the root cause of all psychological and emotional suffering and provides a pathway to mental freedom, enabling readers to create the life they’ve always desired.
It emphasizes that while pain is inevitable, suffering is optional, and offers a new understanding of our human experience. The book also provides practical strategies for dealing with negative thoughts and feelings, and for creating a fulfilling life regardless of external circumstances.
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Journey into the enlightening narrative of "Don't Believe Everything You Think", part of the Beyond Suffering Series, penned and narrated by Joseph Nguyen. This concise yet impactful audiobook, lasting 2 hours and 16 minutes, invites listeners to explore the depths of psychological and emotional liberation.
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