Free Your Mind: New Book Helps Readers Find the Strength and Power Within to Make Change to Neutralize the Stressors of Life

Plagued by a life ruled by the stress of a birth-defect, surviving abuse, alcoholism, and unemployment, author Richard Murphy dug deep into his source of strength, and found inspiration to carry on and overcome stress. After years of studying, under martial art masters and native elders as well as through life’s experiences, Murphy felt driven to educate people about the strength they have within themselves. His methods can be found in his book, Change Your Stress: Restore Your Freedom to Choose.

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The same natural processes that create and support stress can be applied to heal from it. We tend to forget the strengths we possess when we need them the most.

WINDSOR, Ontario (PRWEB) September 05, 2012

Plagued by a life ruled by the stress of a birth-defect, surviving abuse, alcoholism, and unemployment, author Richard Murphy dug deep into his source of strength, and found inspiration to carry on and overcome stress.

After years of studying, under martial art masters and native elders as well as through life’s experiences, Murphy felt driven to educate people about the strength they have within themselves. His methods can be found in his book, Change Your Stress: Restore Your Freedom to Choose. (Published by Balboa Press)

“I understand what it takes to crawl out of depression and carry on. I know what it feels like to believe that there is no way to change your life circumstances. I understand how to create the support within that is so vital when healing a wounded emotional heart,” says Murphy.

His central theme is the ability to focus on the positive, as a primary focal point, to overcome stress. By learning to regain the leadership of your mind, you can take back your power. Positive changes toward wellness require the mind to change first. By becoming more self-aware, you can regain the freedom to choose the positive.

“The same natural processes that create and support stress can be applied to heal from it,” Murphy said. “We tend to forget the strengths we possess when we need them the most.”

About the Author:
Richard D. Murphy has studied tai chi for thirty years and has taught many people how to overcome stress. He has worked as a native community worker and helped many people with emotional healing. Richard is the founder of ProCalm Stress Management and provides workshops on work/life balance.


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