Never Mad Again

The Transformational Guide to Live in Peace

by James Fontaine

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 06/03/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 148
ISBN : 9781452547732
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 148
ISBN : 9781452547749

About the Book

Never Mad Again is the definitive guide to overcoming anger, improving relationships, and developing an ongoing sense of inner peace and balance forever. It discusses where anger and personal conflict comes from and what we can learn about ourselves and others as we learn to release the powerful influence of the ego.

Never Mad Again uncovers the psychological mechanics of rationalization and rage by exposing the complex tricks of the ego, including establishing blame to garner approval and seeing ourselves as “right” in every situation.

Never Mad Again creates the foundation for the real work of releasing defensiveness and the need to control others' emotions and states of being. It explores the possibility that the conditions of anger can be changed with awareness of the ego and a determination to release old emotional patterns.

Written in a straightforward way, Never Mad Again empowers the reader to finally ask the most important question of all: who am I … really?

About the Author

James Fontaine has been studying consciousness for the last ten years on a variety of personal development and transformation subjects, including A Course in Miracles, Logotherapy Transcendental Meditation, NLP, The Four Agreements, Law of Attraction, and Reiki, among many others.

Fontaine studied English in Cowichan College in British Columbia, Canada, and engineering at the UASLP.

Has been an entrepreneur for years, and as a lifelong student of the mind/body/spirit connection, Fontaine owns a Pilates studio. Recently he moved to Boulder, Colorado, in order to conduct consciousness development seminars in the United States.

He is also an avid athlete and has completed several marathons, triathlons, and recently his first Ironman.