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One of the biggest myths in our society is that you can simply choose to be happy whenever you want, even in spite of challenging circumstances. Or, that happiness is a byproduct of making more money, falling in love, or being successful. But modern research says this is an illusion. Happiness is not sustained through achievements. Rather, it is the result of having strong One of the biggest myths in our society is that you can simply choose to be happy whenever you want, even in spite of challenging circumstances. Or, that happiness is a byproduct of making more money, falling in love, or being successful. But modern research says this is an illusion. Happiness is not sustained through achievements. Rather, it is the result of having strong “inner” muscles. The Inner Gym is to inner strength what the outer gym is to physical strength—it is a means for strengthening the inner muscles that are responsible for solidifying true happiness, from the inside out. With brawny inner muscles, you will be able to tap into your happiness, no matter the circumstances. With weak inner muscles, you can have it all and still be unhappy. The stability of your happiness depends on much you work out in The Inner Gym.


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One of the biggest myths in our society is that you can simply choose to be happy whenever you want, even in spite of challenging circumstances. Or, that happiness is a byproduct of making more money, falling in love, or being successful. But modern research says this is an illusion. Happiness is not sustained through achievements. Rather, it is the result of having strong One of the biggest myths in our society is that you can simply choose to be happy whenever you want, even in spite of challenging circumstances. Or, that happiness is a byproduct of making more money, falling in love, or being successful. But modern research says this is an illusion. Happiness is not sustained through achievements. Rather, it is the result of having strong “inner” muscles. The Inner Gym is to inner strength what the outer gym is to physical strength—it is a means for strengthening the inner muscles that are responsible for solidifying true happiness, from the inside out. With brawny inner muscles, you will be able to tap into your happiness, no matter the circumstances. With weak inner muscles, you can have it all and still be unhappy. The stability of your happiness depends on much you work out in The Inner Gym.

30 review for The Inner Gym: A 30-Day Workout For Strengthening Happiness

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kayla

    I was fortunate enough to get this book for Christmas from my sister, and it's a great short read on mental (and a few physical) exercises to do to achieve happiness and maintain it. If you're into apps like Happify and/or Calm, then you'll enjoy this book. It does take a while to read though if you follow Light's advice and take five days to master one thought process/task before starting the next chapter. I was fortunate enough to get this book for Christmas from my sister, and it's a great short read on mental (and a few physical) exercises to do to achieve happiness and maintain it. If you're into apps like Happify and/or Calm, then you'll enjoy this book. It does take a while to read though if you follow Light's advice and take five days to master one thought process/task before starting the next chapter.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tina Stewart

    A great quick read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Spitz Cohan

    There is a surprising amount of timeless wisdom packed into this short book. I believe Light Watkins is exactly right: Happiness is not a choice, but is the byproduct of certain actions you can implement and certain perspectives you can adopt. This is an important message for people who futilely try to will themselves to be happy and then grow frustrated when they inevitably fail. Not surprisingly, meditation is a keystone of Watkins’ program. So is keeping a daily gratitude journal, be it on pape There is a surprising amount of timeless wisdom packed into this short book. I believe Light Watkins is exactly right: Happiness is not a choice, but is the byproduct of certain actions you can implement and certain perspectives you can adopt. This is an important message for people who futilely try to will themselves to be happy and then grow frustrated when they inevitably fail. Not surprisingly, meditation is a keystone of Watkins’ program. So is keeping a daily gratitude journal, be it on paper or just in your mind. The hard, but equally necessary, part is holding two seemingly contradictory thoughts in your head at the same time: 1. Recognize that you have little control over outcomes, especially when other people are involved. 2. Don’t blame your problems on forces outside of your control; instead, examine your own role in causing them. The trick is to discern when to apply which approach. I do recommend this book. Since it’s only 108 pages, the most you have to lose is a couple hours of your time, and there is a lot to gain.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kara

    Good ideas for helping yourself be happier.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    Kindle Unlimited ebook. OK but certainly nothing new

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ruksana

    Happiness takes work and its on you.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kelli Saginak

    After reading and enjoying "Bliss More," I was eager to read "The Inner Gym." I prefer Light's "get to the point" inspiring, yet direct writing style and stories. Although a "weekly" read, "The Inner Gym" is a quick guide to creating a daily spiritual practice. The workouts are simple, yet not easy; they will stretch you depending on your current inner workouts. For example, I've been meditating daily for years, yet my giving and receiving practices have needed strengthening. Therefore growing t After reading and enjoying "Bliss More," I was eager to read "The Inner Gym." I prefer Light's "get to the point" inspiring, yet direct writing style and stories. Although a "weekly" read, "The Inner Gym" is a quick guide to creating a daily spiritual practice. The workouts are simple, yet not easy; they will stretch you depending on your current inner workouts. For example, I've been meditating daily for years, yet my giving and receiving practices have needed strengthening. Therefore growing the practices through a weekly format, as we would an exercise program makes this a very accessible and life-changing opportunity.

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