The "Living Wisely, Living Well" app contains 366 practical ways to improve your life - a thought for each day of the year from the book of the same name by Swami Kriyananda. Each saying is warm with wisdom, alive with positive expectation, and provides simple actions that bring profound results. See life with new eyes. Discover hundreds of techniques for self-improvement. Written by the author of the bestselling "Secrets" books series, "Living Wisely, Living Well" is:
- A step-by-step guidebook for manifesting your higher Self
- The distillation of a lifetime of wisdom
- A call to dynamic inner growth
Take a year off from the "same old you." Read this app, put into practice what it teaches, and in a year's time you won't recognize yourself.
Swami Kriyananda's introduction
The sayings in this book consist of lessons I myself have learned in life, whether by experience or through trial and error; sometimes by deep pain or disappointment; many times through an inner joy almost unbearable. Someone said to me many years ago, "You can write happy songs; you've never suffered." I replied, "On the contrary, it's because I have suffered that I've earned the right to express happiness." What I've presented here is the fruit of many years of thoughtfully directed living.
This represents a complete revision of a former book of mine, Do It NOW! (also an app). Of the more than one hundred books I have written so far in my life, "Do It NOW!" was always (until now, that is) one of my favorites - so much so, in fact, that when I first published it in 1995 I actually, in my eagerness to share it with others, paid the printing costs myself for five thousand copies, which I gave away freely to others.
Today, I offer this revised version both because of my continued enthusiasm for the book, and out of my continued growtFh in the insights it expresses. I ask you, as a favor to yourself: Buy, beg, or borrow this collection of pensées. (But don't steal it! - see the saying for April 10.) Keep it on your nightstand or in your meditation room. Read from it every morning, and ponder, throughout the day, the thoughts expressed. If even one saying should spare you some of the pains I have experienced in my own life, I shall feel amply rewarded. For whatever tests you face or have faced, they will very likely resemble some that I, too, have known.
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Also includes shake for music clip from the song "Song of the Nightingale" in the album "Windows on the World" by Swami Kriyananda.