So there’s this new book out there called “The Drama-Free Way.” You think it’s a great idea but you’re not sure how to recommend it to others. I mean, with a title like that they might think your hinting at something or they might get offended. But if you look closely, the subtitle is “A Thought-Management Guide for Navigating Chaos and Thriving.” This book is about the internal drama we can all sometimes succumb to and how to work with our inner world of thoughts and energies to feel better and get more of what we want out of life. It takes a look at our cultural addiction to drama (no one can deny that one) and explains why we have it in the first place and then how we can each do our part to make things better. There’s even a whole chapter dedicated to OPD—other people’s drama—and how to respond to it.
Most people can identify when someone else is having drama, but can you recognize your own drama thinking? It’s actually kind of essential to living your best life, because our drama thoughts directly interfere with our brain’s optimal functioning—you know, like generating new ideas, finding solutions, being creative, connecting and empathizing with others. What’s more our thoughts generate our emotional state which in turn sets our energetic vibrational tone which is what the Law of Attraction responds to in the co-creation of our external experiences. So learning how to navigate our inner landscape, dial down the overwhelm and amp up the “feeling good” is a total game changer. And most people don’t know how to do it.
The Drama-Free Way is the resource that provides the answers and the “how to” of living in alignment with your higher self and fulfilling your greater purpose with joy, fun and ease along the way. That’s what authentic thriving is all about. When recommending this book to others, here are some things you can say:
- It’s about our cultural addiction to drama, why we have it and the function it serves. Fascinating!
- It tells you what to do with OPD—other people’s drama—so maybe it’ll help you deal with your coworkers.
- “It is so punchy with information that will immediately have you viewing your self as you really are.” (as told by another reader on an Amazon review.)
- It’ll help you live more in alignment with your True Self/Spirit.
- Even people who think they have low-drama lives are finding out how to dial down their self-judgments, easily overcome frustrations, and intentionally feel happier.
- I heard this book teaches you how to work with the Law of Attraction in practical, user-friendly ways.
- It talks about the difference between thriving off drama and thriving authentically, and how it relates our core human wounds that everyone has.
- It’ll help you get out of old comfort zones and deal with the chattering monkey mind.
- It has lots of stories about how other people broke their cycles of drama.
- It’s all about personal empowerment and I know you’re into that.
…And you can always make up your own, tailoring it to your friends, family and coworkers.
Spreading the drama-free way of life is one of the coolest things you can do for yourself, others and our world as a whole. As each person takes charge of their inner world a little more, feeling better and better, bit by bit we elevate our collective human consciousness and create healing on the planet. Now that’s a reason for a recommendation.
The Drama-Free Way: A Thought-Management Guide to Navigating Chaos and Thriving, is available here (see sidebar above) or at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. And for the week of January 11-15 only, you can download it for FREE on Amazon Kindle.
I hope you enjoy the read and share it with others so they can also glean new thoughts and practices that will make life more joyous and fulfilling overall.