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The Easy Way to Mindfulness

Free your mind from worry and anxiety
Narrated by: Richard Mitchley
Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
4 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)
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Summary

Allen Carr's Easyway method has brilliantly transformed lives all over the world, setting out a wonderful practical pathway to help free millions from a whole variety of addictions.

It strips away the illusions that leave us prey to negative thoughts and behaviours, showing us how to gain clarity and control if we focus on who we truly are rather than being distracted by those things that harm and trouble us. The key to peace of mind lies within.

Mindfulness lies at the heart of Allen Carr's philosophy, and this audiobook shares the proven principles of mindfulness with a wider audience in simple, accessible terms that apply to real life and provide a tangible, practical outcome: your happiness!

©2017 Allen Carr's Easyway (International) Limited (P)2017 Arcturus Digital Limited

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Disappointing

Book refers back constantly to the quitting smoking book, having never been a smoker I could not relate. Was expecting it to be aimed at everyone and not just those with previous addiction problems.

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Mis-sold book

I have read the easy way to stop smoking and yes it did work! 13 years cigarette free! However, I wanted a book on mindfulness and this talked more about the drug and alcohol addiction he addresses in his other books. Disappointed I'm afraid although there were some useful ideas.

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Focused too much on addiction particularly smoking

Very repetitive and talked a lot about addiction and smokers. Was hoping for more information on techniques and exercises.

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Only talks about smoking ????

I don’t smoke!! What a crock of shit !!! Why is this called mindfulness when it only about smoking ???

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Amazing

I am one of the lucky ones who was freed from smoking using Allen's Easy Way method 5 years ago after 22 years of smoking. 3 years ago I read his Easy Weigh book and lost weight (and maintained). So before I listened to this book I had high hopes but skeptical at the same time. I'm 3 weeks into practicing mindfulness now and my stress levels have reduced, I'm sleeping better and I'm concentrating better. I don't know what it is about his method but it seems to work for me. What an amazing person he was. RIP

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load of rubbish

this book is rubbish.. talks about stopping smoking & drinking rather than mindfulness. a waste of time for anyone wanting real help with anxiety

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  • skmoe
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valuable information presented in a tedious ramble

This book was a struggle to finish but I persevered because the success of this method is well documented and I wanted to see if it could help me. I kept dozing off and every time I woke up enough to listen, it sounded like the same idea. I recommend listening to the beginning and then going right to the last chapter, which summarizes every other chapter. Then you can go back to any chapter about which you want to hear more detailed rambling.