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Publisher's Summary

The brain's superpowers have been discovered by neuroscience. Your genius mind knows how to make your brain dissolve worry and stay in your best internal states longer. The result is a life full of possibility.

The Worry-Free Mind shows you how to decipher the architecture of your model of reality, shift it to a newer version, and overcome your tendency to worry every day. With the powerful tools it offers, you can access your inner resources, lower stress, calm your reactive mind, feel cheerful, and create a dynamic flow.

Can you imagine a day without worry and how productive you could be with the extra time you would have? By learning to shift and condition your internal state and set up your environment to support the changes you want to make, you can accomplish anything you want.

The Worry-Free Mind will show you how to unleash your brain's superpowers in minutes, shatter the illusions that keep you in a constant state of worry, recondition your mind to a new state of being, discover how your brain chemistry works to tap into natural bliss, and shift your internal states to change your biology.

©2017 Carol Kershaw (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Excellent information

This book was well thought out clearly presented. The exercises are short, simple and easy to follow.
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t worry. It’s not just for neurotics...

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Did not expect to like this book

I was searching for books about empaths and found this in the recommendations. I needed something interesting to listen too—not too pedantic, not too hokey and I was thoroughly surprised by how useful this book could be. I wasn’t in a worry state at the time but I took plenty of notes through the audible app. It was well worth the time to listen.

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it's okay

Good advice with a sprinkle of psuedo-science. Take it with a grain of salt :)

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Utopian

It is simply put quite utopian. Still as an academic take, it makes sense. The realistic possibilities are at best impractical.

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Very interesting and informative

This is a very interesting and informative audiobook. It teaches how to live worry-free life. Everything is well explained. And the book has many useful techniques to practice every day.

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Boring

This book did not give enough examples and was also boring. This book was a big disappointment to me

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  • 07-21-22

much longer than it had to be

Book fiiled with alot of fluff. took so long just to get to anything useful.

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Best break down of simple mediation

I have listened to many books on hypnosis and mediation this is the the one that simplifies it the best for me.

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Down the Rabbit Hole of the Mind

I loved this... I am one of the individuals that is a self proclaimed anxiety ridden mother in the hectic work field of healthcare.... I love psychology and how it lays out the info here
definitely will listen again

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well researched. re-learning ancient wisdom.

so many sources for the same ideas / wisdom: the need for peace and focus and quiet in the modern mind / in the fast-paced modern world

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  • 09-10-21

If you have Anxiety, I recommend this book!

This book was in my recommendations as I have been listening to a few self help books after years of anxiety so I thought well it's part of my audible plus might as well give it a try ... WOW! ...

I was fascinated from the first chapter. No confusing technical terms, just straight forward cause and effect!

Every chapter was a different way of looking at techniques and exercises to control the stress and anxiety in everyday life, how your brain fires because of habit which is the reason you react to every situation and scenario, different chapters gave different personal accounts of the people they had treated with different methods for different individuals.

It was a real eye opener!

I have just ordered the physical copy mainly because of the many different exercises in this book, I could have wrote the exercises down from the audio but I am going to read the book again to pick up on anything I've missed.

I have suffered from anxiety and depression and all that goes with it for 20 years I believe this book will be my turning point when I put the exercises into practice!

Highly recommend

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  • 07-13-19

fuckin boss

boss book,really helped me with my stress and anxiety a bit! not 100 percent, but has deffo made me change my perception on how i look at things! worth the read

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  • S. Conquest
  • 11-20-21

awful voice

robotic awful voice really ruins book. lost interest straight away as was not read well

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  • Mark Matthews
  • 09-18-21

Loved this book

Loved it, this book has helped me deal with a life shock. losing both my parents in a space of few months. Thanks so much x Perfect narration.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-23-21

Disappointing

with what should be a positive book full of insight and advice, this book fails to hit the mark. The first eight chapters are literally being told what they will do for you or telling you what your life aims are. If your stressed out then patience isn't top of your list.

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  • kaz
  • 08-16-21

Excellent for overthinkers

Love this so much. Read lots of self help books but i felt like this author really understands anxiety and people who tend to over think. After spending a few days trying the suggested techniques i started to finally feel more relaxed and slept better. Helped me through a difficult time. Would recommend.

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  • rach86
  • 08-21-22

Worry not my friend

Great tips to practice not worrying and getting control of your brain and mind. Would recommend

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-10-22

Shallow

The book is a bit fluffy. There are some science facts that are not true which raises some concerns for this reader.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-14-22

Simple and Valuable

Calmly read without any gimmick. I found this book to be highly valuable and an additional resource to continue to develop my mental mastery. This book will not solve all your problems but it surely will help you centre yourself when you are out of balance. I thoroughly recommend it as a very good book to help you ease your worries with really good and practical techniques.

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  • ian flynn
  • 07-09-22

If you suffer from panic disorder avoid!

I don't normally write reviews but I felt I should warn people looking for help when they really need it like myself and instead being presented with a lot of preamble and American hard sell.
I don't need 10 minutes of what the book will do for me or how they have helped so many people, I just want practical tools to help cope.
What really made me realise that this book wasn't for me was the examples given as to what was worrying their clients, this is strictly for corporate employees, all the terminology is geared towards such a person.
Finally if you worry incessantly than the last thing you need to be told is that constant stress leads to poor health, heart attacks and premature ageing.

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