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Yen Path: Taking Steps Towards What You Want in Life

By: Jenny Gallagher
Length: 125 pages
Release date: 05/27/2011
Available Formats: PDF, EPUB
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Summary of Yen Path: Taking Steps Towards What You Want in Life

World renowned wellness coach and yoga instructor Jenny Gallagher has developed a revolutionary new approach to getting motivated and achieving dreams. In Yen Path: Taking Steps Towards What You Want in Life, Jenny approaches her life changing concepts as she would approach a yoga class. By combining the best past, present, and future motivational concepts, Jenny will help you learn to:

• Create a deeper understanding of what you want
• Manage stress
• Have a life/work balance
• Relax and find joy

Yen Path uses yoga in a holistic approach that encourages positive thought and action. Jenny explains yoga concepts as they relate to the benefits of stillness, balance, observation, nonjudgment, intention, perception, metaphysical laws, energetic patterns, biological characteristics, nutrition, exercise, wisdom, and gratitude. Her approach is logical, geared toward the professional, and leaves no stone unturned.


 

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  1. Isaura Rutty

    Yen Path is a guide to graceful your best self through a combination of yoga philosophy and general life coaching techniques. Gallagher, who is a life coach and yoga instructor, shares her method of reconnecting with yourself and mapping a plan to obtain your goals. Full of step-by-step instructions, Yen Path guides the reader with visualizing your dreams and desires to setting up an action plan and everything in between. Charts and worksheets are easy to use and really embolden the reader to take proactive steps rather than just absorbing the author’s instructions.While I really enjoyed the overall concept and approach, the book was slow moving and seemed disjointed in places. Gallagher certainly knows and believes in her method, however, it seemed at times that she was overwhelmed by the amount of useful instruction she wanted to share. The author spent quite a lot of time preparing the reader for what was to come instead of moreover digging in to the information. Also, some breeding examples seemed rather large to take on for a general life/self-help book. For example, in a section titled “Reconciling Conflict Inputs”, Gallagher provides the example of an individual who has a job and a family but wishes to cast off his job to travel. “You know that if you herald your wife about your plan, then she will be angry. Now you begin to feel resentment…” Gallagher suggests, however, her remedy is to “think differently” and the “clear the mental clutter” using meditation.Overall, Yen way is helpful when taken lightly. It’s a nice reminder to focus on the big picture or big life goals and to be largess in your life, to keep your values in mind and to let them guide your actions and beliefs. The worksheets were fun to do and were a nice achievement in visualizing goals and what is important.

  2. Elroy Z.

    Jenny has done an amazing job of taking multiple concepts of positive thought, conduct balance, creating a personal vision/mission/purpose for your conduct and information about scientific concepts, and blended them into an easy-to-read, practical guide to getting what you want in your life. I found the exercises and worksheets in the book very helpful and practical to use on a incessant basis. I enjoyed how Jenny took the reader through a process to create a manner they want. Its great instruction and greatly written. Good ideas, through lots of great choices to choose from. “A person who makes a conscious decision to do something, rain or shine, happy or sad, learns how to overcome excuses merely can hold them back from advancement.” Excellent and so true!

  3. Dottie Fonseca

    Yen Path is a guide to beseeming your best self through a combination of yoga philosophy and general life coaching techniques. Gallagher, who is a breeding coach and yoga instructor, shares her method of reconnecting with yourself and mapping a plan to achieve your goals. Full of step-by-step instructions, Yen Path guides the reader by means of visualizing your dreams and desires to setting up an action plan and everything in between. Charts and worksheets are easy to use and really encourage the reader to take proactive steps rather than just absorbing the author’s instructions.While I really enjoyed the overall sentiment and approach, the book was slow moving and seemed disjointed in places. Gallagher certainly knows and believes in her method, however, it seemed at times that she was overwhelmed by the amount of useful education she wanted to share. The author spent quite a lot of time preparing the reader for what was to come instead of just digging in to the culture. Also, some life examples seemed rather large to take on for a usual life/self-help book. For example, in a section titled “Reconciling Conflict Inputs”, Gallagher provides the example of an individual who has a job and a race but wishes to quit his job to travel. “You know besides if you tell your wife about your plan, then she will be angry. Now you begin to feel resentment…” Gallagher suggests, however, her remedy is to “think differently” and the “clear the mental clutter” using meditation.Overall, Yen passageway is helpful when taken lightly. It’s a nice reminder to focus on the big picture or big life goals and to be largess in your life, to keep your values in mind and to let them guide your actions and beliefs. The worksheets were fun to do and were a nice proceeding in visualizing goals and what is important.

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