Your Inner GPS: Follow Your Internal Guidance to Optimal Health, Happiness, and Satisfaction

Find Your Path to Happiness Using Your Inner GPS

Just as cars have a GPS that helps us get where we want to go, so do our bodies and souls. Too often, we ignore the life-directional system we were each born with, what Zen Cryar DeBrucke calls our Internal Guidance System (IGS). This book simply and easily teaches you how to tune in to this guidance, a system that wants you to be happy, successful, and stress-free. You’ll discover how you can leave painful memories behind, abandon destructive relationship patterns, follow the best course of action in every situation, and learn to experience the life-changing guidance you were born to follow.

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2 Responses to Your Inner GPS: Follow Your Internal Guidance to Optimal Health, Happiness, and Satisfaction

  1. C. Frund says:

    Great book on using your own inner compass to find your true destiny in life This book puts in very practical and simple language how to use your own inner compass to find your true path or destiny in life. Many wisdom teachings and books talk about this subject in abstractions. The author brings it all down to simple, practical teaching of how to tune into that “still quiet voice” and follow the higher path to fulfillment and happiness, eliminating stress and anxiety along the way. I highly recommend the teachings of Zen DeBrucke and this book captures those…

  2. Joshua Edwards says:

    I love this book and I LOVE using my inner GPS! The most surprising thing I learned from Zen is that I can find the miracles I’m looking for by listening to the sensations in my body.All too often, I’ve wandered around in my life…afraid and confused while looking for guidance from something outside of myself to get to where I want to go.It was kind of like driving down the highway and trying to ask the person in the car in the lane next to me for directions.As you can imagine, a lot got lost in…