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Hastings Native Launches New Book "A Guide to The Present Moment"

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Hastings-native, Noah Elkrief, is launching his first book "A Guide to The Present Moment" this Wednesday (11/28) to help people stop living with stress and start living in the moment.


This is an online event to buy the book on Amazon.com


Book description:


It may seem as if our suffering in life is the direct result of insufficiencies in ourselves, our situations, and the people in our lives. However, it is possible to discover that all of our unwanted emotions are actually created by our thoughts about these circumstances. Rather than trying to change our circumstances to make ourselves happy, all we need to do is stop believing the thoughts that are making us unhappy.


If a random person tells you, “The world is going to end tomorrow”, and you believe them, how would you feel? You would likely experience fear. But if you didn’t believe them at all, then how would their comment make you feel? You almost certainly wouldn’t be emotionally affected. When you believe someone’s words to be true, they create emotions. But if you don’t believe someone’s words, they don’t have the power to create emotions.


The same is true of the thoughts in your mind. If you believe a negative thought about yourself or your life, that thought will create an unwanted emotion. However, if you don’t believe that thought, it quite simply won’t create the unwanted emotion. This book will help you to experience the inherent peace of living in the moment by showing you how to identify and disbelieve the thoughts that create all of your unwanted emotions. 


To buy the book, please click the following link:


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ADDTAA0


Noah Elkrief teaches how to live in the moment through individual sessions out of his offices in Manhattan and Dobbs Ferry. To learn more, please visit his website: 


http://www.liveinthemoment.org/

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