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Break Your Addiction to Conflict: 12 Tools to Quiet the Mind explores the mental struggle that occurs when our wishes run contrary to opposing demands. For example, we may wish our garage were clean, but not take the time required to organize the space. The author admits that conflict is convenient and easier to generate than implementing a spiritual regimen to reverse it as a habit. While habitual conflict may be draining, quieting the mind can be energizing. The 12 Tools Snow offers form the basis to move into a less reactive and more creative lifestyle with emotional balance.
Break Your Addiction to Conflict is endorsed by Stan Tatkin (Wired for Love) and
Alan Watt (The 90-Day Novel).
“Nathan’s 12 Tools have had a profound impact on helping me navigate both my personal and professional life.” – Alan Watt bestselling author of The 90-Day Novel”
Break Your Addiction to Conflict: 12 Tools to Quiet the Mind is the debut release of Nathan J. Snow and the first in an upcoming series that will apply his method to different spheres of life. The author is a successful west coast entertainment executive and committed spiritual traveler who has been meditating and exploring transformational practices for over 15 years.
Break Your Addiction to Conflict was released January 22, 2013 in print and ebook through Amazon.
Booksellers may order through Ingram.
For more information, visit www.breakyouraddictiontoconflict.com
Media contact: Stephanie Barko, Literary Publicist