In this groundbreaking book, bestselling author Michael Neill shares an extraordinary new understanding of how life works that turns traditional psychology on its head. This revolutionary approach is built around three simple principles that explain where our feelings come from and how our experience of life can transform for the better in a matter of moments.
Understanding these principles allows you to tap into the deeper intelligence behind life, access your natural wisdom and guidance, and unleash your limitless creative power. You’ll be able to live with less stress, greater ease, and a sense of connection to the larger unfolding of life.
Welcome to the space where miracles happen…
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“Every time I stop and take a deep breath, I automatically relax. I can feel my shoulders coming down, my body feeling calmer, and my mind becoming quiet. That’s what my experience of reading this book was like–taking a long, slow breath. I read it in one sitting, and by the end, I was calmer, more relaxed and reminded of one of life’s most important truths. I encourage you to read this delightful and profound book and discover that truth for yourself.”
New York Times bestselling co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, The Success Principles and Tapping into Ultimate Success
‘Michael Neill has the rare gift of enabling people to make tangible changes without hard work or struggle. In The Inside-Out Revolution, he offers a clear, practical way of understanding life to create a more peaceful and fluid way of living.’
– Shaa Wasmund MBE, founder of Smarta.com and no. 1 bestselling author of Stop Talking, Start Doing
Living from the inside out isn’t just a revolutionary concept - it’s a truth about the way life works. In a nutshell, 100% of your experience of life is created from the inside out. We move through life feeling our thinking about the outside world. And it feels like real life.
When I say 100% of our experience, I mean everything; from our work satisfaction, to our relationships, to our views on failure and success. That old saying that money can't buy happiness? Well it’s true! And neither can the perfect partner, jackpot lottery win, or the gleaming red Ferrari. Because nothing from the outside world can give us happiness. But our thinking about those things can. Which is why that feeling of happiness can be so fleeting.
When you feel any feeling at all, no matter how much it seems to be caused by an external circumstance, it is always coming from you. Actually, it’s coming from your thoughts about the circumstance. The mind only works in one direction, from the inside out.
This is the opposite of everything we have ever been taught. The majority of us have been taught about an outside in model. That our outside world creates how we feel inside. What makes it even more confusing is that it really looks to us like our feelings are caused by circumstances. We may feel hurt when someone says something mean to us. We may feel sad when we experience a loss of something or someone. We may feel excited when we receive a compliment from a friend or stranger.
You may think there are lots of times when your circumstances changed and the way you felt changed at the same time. You may say for example, “I used to always be worried about money. Then Inherited some money, and now I’m not worried about it.” That may be true, but when you look closer, you see that it wasn’t the money that gave you more contentment. It was the fact that that you were no longer thinking worried thoughts about money. So you had been living with the feeling of concern about money through your concerned thoughts. Then, circumstances changed and you were no longer thinking those concerned thoughts, and the feeling of concern disappeared. Most people think that experience is coming at them from the outside in, but it’s actually coming through them from the inside out. Outside circumstances are actually neutral. What we think about a given circumstance determines what we feel, and this looks like reality to us. We’re living in the feeling of our thinking, not the feeling of our world. Thought is the invisible middleman between circumstance and experience that shapes the perception of our life. The more we understand where our experience is coming from, the less frightened we’ll be of that experience.
This is a truly life changing book”……Barry