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Peace Feels Like This: Finding Inner Peace and Happiness with Simple Changes in Perspective [Kindle Edition]

Joey Lott
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What does peace feel like?

Have you ever asked yourself that question? Do you long for the mystical secret that will unlock permanent peace in your life? In Peace Feels Like This, Joey Lott can help you answer that question, but not in the way you might expect. In fact, you’re going to need to throw away your preconceptions, and get ready for a revelation.

There is no secret!

If you take a ride ‘down the rabbit hole’ with Joey, he can show you that the path to true peace is infinitely simpler and more accessible than you’ve ever imagined. There are no complicated mantras involved, just a simple leap of faith and a straightforward shift in your habits. Throughout the book he carefully explains how to strip away the façade of what we imagine peace to be and reveals the reality of what peace actually is. He then shows us the absolute ease with which this peace can be known beyond doubt.

Surely it can’t be that simple?

Although the concept behind the book is almost unbelievably simple, the shift in habit required to fully connect with it is one which isn’t necessarily going to be easy for some readers. Even the most basic of concepts, when it goes against belief systems we’ve unknowingly subscribed to all our lives, can take some time to accept. With this in mind, Joey makes clever use of clear examples, and demonstrates not only his years of experience but also his passion in his beliefs, as he carefully leads readers toward the ultimate goal of ever present peace in their lives.

Peace really is within your grasp – download Peace Feels Like This today and let Joey show you how.

About the Author

"The secret to happiness is to let go of everything - see through every assumption."

Beginning at a young age Joey Lott experienced intensifying anxiety. For several decades he lived with restrictive eating disorders, obsessions, compulsions, and an inescapable fear. By the time he was 30 years old he was physically sick, emotionally volatile, and mentally obsessed with keeping any and all unwanted thoughts and experiences at bay.

At this time Lott was living on a futon mattress in a tiny cabin in the woods. He was so sick that he could barely move. He was deeply depressed and hopeless. All this despite doing all the "right" things such as years of meditation, yoga, various "perfect" diets, clean air, and pure water.

Just when things were at their most dire, a crack appeared in the conceptual world that had formerly been mistaken for reality. By peering into this crack and underneath all the assumptions that had been unquestioned up to that moment, Lott began a great undoing. The revelation of this undoing is that reality is utterly simple, ever-present, seamless, and indivisible.

Lott's books provide a glimpse into the seamless, simple, and joyous nature of reality, offering a glimpse through the crack in conceptual worlds. Whether writing about the ultimate non-dual nature of reality, eating disorders, stress, disease, or any other subject, he offers the invitation to look at things differently, leaving behind the old, out-grown, painful limitations we have used to bind ourselves in suffering. And then, he welcomes you home to the effortless simplicity of yourself as you are.

Not sure where to begin? Pick up a copy of Lott's most popular book, You're Trying Too Hard, which strips away all the concepts that keep us searching for a greater, more spiritual, more peaceful life or self.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1869 KB
  • Print Length: 33 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500520772
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Archangel Ink (11 Aug. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LQD932Q
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #74,888 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Beautifully and simply written in a direct style with no jargon or posing. Joey tells us that peace is free of control and intellectual concepts and is our natural state before we became conditioned to superimpose stuff and cling on to our likes and dislikes. It feels like a fusion of Advaita and Buddhism without the heritage baggage that sometimes comes with these type of books, and does not get bogged down with conceptualisation of what peace may or not be. It reads like a manual for clearing the mind and reconnecting with inner peace without the do's and dont's, must and must nots, ought to or ought not to. At the core of this book, it leads us to the question of what our reality is and he points out that this is not at all the one we are wedded to most of the time. It must be hard to write a book of this nature without claiming assumed wisdom, and Joey does this with admirable simplicity, getting right to the essence of inner peace without butting in, leading you to a personal understanding.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting but contradictory I think 28 Oct. 2014
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I just finished reading this book. It's an interesting outlook but contradictory, which might mean I misunderstood the definition of what peace is ( or is not ).

To pursue gratification, to obtain ecstacy is human nature, it's a fundemental part of our evolution. I agree with the book that we do over conceptualize our perceived reality, but I feel like it's trying to deconstruct a fundamental fabric of our perceived reality. In other words if we were to come to a realization that 'this' is peace, wouldn't that mean we would no longer try to improve ourselves or our situation. And yes you can argue that 'improving' oneself is an arbitrary measurement, but then by that definition we might as well not exist.

So in my opinion by existing we are adhering to this self made scale representing better version/s of ourselves that we want to obtain, be it in state of mind (being cheery) or something more tangible (family, financial). And without it we would cease to exist, we would wander aimlessly till we die. The writer wouldn't have written this book, because he wouldn't be driven. He wrote this book in pursuit of gratification, he asks for reviews in pursuit of acknowledgment.

I guess my opinion is that we are inherently always pursuing our own personal definition of peace and happiness and it is absolutely essential to our existence. I understand that sometimes it's more difficult if not impossible, but that's life. But just because a sensation or a state of mind can't be achieved permanently, it doesn't mean it's not worth pursuing, since that journey is a major part of our existence.
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A nice insight into seamless reality where peace lies. A little repetitive perhaps or rather rephrasing the central idea a little too much, but nonetheless clear and insightful. A very quick read and another helpful sign pointing towards the peace we all have.
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4.0 out of 5 stars There is only this... 16 July 2014
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Joey's usual point. Personally I think his message comes across best in "Best thing that never happened".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Advanced spiritual ideas 26 Oct. 2014
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When I started my spiritual journey, amongst the first half dozen books was a
Joey Lott book, at the time I thought he was completely mad. Now he makes sense.
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