Are You Really Happy? Understanding Ourselves.

by Ramise

Publisher: Ramise

Publication Date: December 01, 2015

ISBN: 9780987402813

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Inside this book, you will find easy to grasp ideas and stepping stones to consciousness, including examples of how the author, Ramise, healed dysfunctional patterns in her own life. Guided journal work is also encouraged to assist awareness development. Written in a concise, gentle and profoundly honest manner, ‘Are You Really Happy? Understanding Ourselves,’ is the journey home.
Ramise was severely bullied as a child and at age seventeen, struggling with depression, had a nervous breakdown. While in a psychiatric ward, she began to observe how easily she absorbed and expressed other people’s emotions. This lead to an ever increasing passion with self enquiry. She began to realise a much larger picture of what was possible, if only she could remain conscious…
In her early thirties suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, she left mainstream society. Determined to heal, her self awareness training became her primary focus. Ramise came to understand why we as humans, become trapped by our emotions and how we can heal ourselves.
Learning to listen to her intuition and inner dialogue, she studied her personal traumas and developed processes to bring her awareness into present moment consciousness. This connected Ramise with the journey everyone longs to take - the journey home. ‘Home is not out there, it lies within, it is our birthright and it is within each individual’s grasp.’
Ramise say’s, ‘I was a neurotic basket-case, constantly living in a high level of stress. The mental, emotional and physical pain in my body forced me to take the inward journey. Living in the now is a wonderful release into a place of peace I never imagined existed.’
This is the journey you sign up for once you realise that you are not happy with the way you are living your life. When nothing you do, buy or consume fills that empty place inside you.
… ‘These things I write about come from my own experiences and from listening to other people.