Author Carole Chandler Encourages Finding New Perspective by Talking to Strangers

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Encouragement for Changing How You View the World Outlined in New Book

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When I learned the benefit of changing the way I think, everything changed.

Many people are convinced the world is a certain way and see everything from this point of view. However, author Carole Chandler shares her view on the benefits that can come from taking on a new perspective in her book “I Talk to Strangers: Here, there and everywhere.”

Chandler has seen the power of changing her perspective and talking to strangers at work in her own life. Through her work as a Reiki practitioner and massage therapist, she has become an expert on emotional harmony, inner peace and energy balancing. A firm believer in the Law of Attraction, Chandler’s outlook on life changed through her work with strangers. Now she’s combined all these experiences for those looking to improve their lives in her new book “I Talk to Strangers: here, there and everywhere.”

“When I learned the benefit of changing the way I think, everything changed,” Chandler said.

Through the process of changing her perspective, she realized the power of thought and how thoughts could be harnessed to improve a person’s health and happiness. Chandler includes her interactions with a variety of people in her book, showing how personal interactions with others can create positive experiences. She hopes after exploring her book, others will be able to better their lives by changing their perspectives.

“I Talk to Strangers: here, there and everywhere”
By Carole Chandler
ISBN: 978-1-45256-703-7 (hc), 978-1-4525-6701-3 (sc), 978-1-4525-6702-0 (e)
Hardcover: $35.99
Softcover: $18.99
Ebook: $3.99
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press online bookstores

About the author:
Carole Chandler seeks to help others reach inner peace as a certified Reiki practitioner and massage therapist. She works to balance energy in order to help others reclaim emotional harmony. She can be found exploring her many passions, including dancing, painting, meditating and, of course, talking to strangers.

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