Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Spontaneous Happiness Book Review By Andrew Weil

For many years now I have been a fan of Andrew Weil and the many books that he has written. His latest book is called Spontaneous Happiness and I am very pleased to add it to my bookshelf. There are so many how-to-be-happy books available today that it's difficult to choose one that can really make a difference in your life. Dr. Weil is a trusted source of information, he is both a Harvard educated MD and a recognized expert of alternative medicine. We all want to be our happier, to feel better about ourselves and our lives and release ourselves from any type of depression that we may be suffering from. Dr. Weil offers us insight into the causes and cures of depression and shares his own history of depression with us. He is also surprisingly frank about the way that drugs are over prescribed by doctors and drug manufacturers.

This book is most certainly not a light read, but it is extremely interesting and informative to anyone seeking help to find a happier life. The mind-body connection plays a very significant role in our health and happiness and it is thoroughly explored. As usual, Dr. Weil 's advice is compassionate, insightful, and able to be incorporated into our lives on a daily basis. Spontaneous happiness itself isn't something we can easily achieve or maintain. Emotional health and well being depend on so many factors, including our relationships, physical health, finances, spirituality and more. If we can even recognize the fact that we can consciously choose to make ourselves happier, it is a much more achievable goal. There is an 8 week program included to help us put all the information and recommendations to work for us. I encourage everyone to read this book because we can all use help to achieve the maximum happiness in life.

You can connect with Andrew Weil, M.D. on his facebook and twitter pages.

* I was not paid or compensated for this post. I was sent a free copy of this book for my review by the publisher/PR company. The opinions are 100% mine and may vary from others.

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