A finalist for the MS Society Books for a Better Life Award, Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow has sold nearly 70,000 copies in hardcover. The much-anticipated paperback edition comes with a new preface from Casey who continues to be an active participant in helping others heal through recovery.
Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow suggests that we have only two real choices in life. The first is to fall into despair, become numb, and let fear have its way with us. The second is to open our hearts to those around us, to heal ourselves and each other by changing how we respond in every interaction. We cannot change a person. We often cannot change a situation. We can change how we react. We can learn to act out of our own hearts rather than to react in hurt or anger. We can remember we are not in control. When we stop focusing on problems, solutions tend to appear.
Organized around 12 very simple steps, this book gives readers the tools to find within them the positive, peaceful response to every curve ball life throws at them.
Replaces hardcover edition, ISBN 9781573242134.
About the Author
Karen Casey is a popular speaker at recovery and spirituality conferences throughout the country. She is the author of 20 plus books, including Each Day a New Beginning, which has sold more than 2 million copies. She and her husband spend their time between Florida, Indiana, and Minnesota.
"Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow tells truth and tells it well. I recommend it." --Marianne Williamson, bestselling author
"These simple steps can lead to a peaceful and meaningful life. Casey's self-help book is a winner!" --Frederick Brussat, spiritualityandpractice.com
"This book is a must-read for anyone who cares about the quality of his thoughts and how being aware of them can bring positive change. " --Mary Porter, Science of Mind
"Casey's voice is thoughtful and accessible. Readers with a belief in the power of God will be most amenable to her recommendations for a simpler, more rewarding life."--Publishers Weekly
"This book is small, is easy to digest, and would likely be taken from the display shelf by someone needing a psychological boost." --Deborah Bigelow, Library Journal