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Higher: Awaken to a More Fulfilling Life

Higher: Awaken to a More Fulfilling Life

Written by Charles Hanna

Narrated by Charles Hanna and Joan Cusack


Higher: Awaken to a More Fulfilling Life

Written by Charles Hanna

Narrated by Charles Hanna and Joan Cusack

Length:
5 hours
Released:
Apr 19, 2018
ISBN:
9781987113587
Format:
Audiobook

Description

The world's great philosophers and spiritual leaders teach us that happiness depends on how we look at life. In Higher, Charles Hanna explores why and how we can create the best possible outlook. By finding our Higher Perspective, Higher Power, and Higher Purpose, he demonstrates how we can challenge our demons and become our best selves. His experience of physical, emotional, and spiritual recovery following an 8-year cocaine addiction will resonate powerfully with all readers, whether they have experienced addiction or not. As a young man, Hanna emigrated from Egypt to Canada where he got an education and followed his dreams. From one perspective, his life was perfect-his family grew, his businesses flourished; yet, in spite of personal and professional success and having acquired millions of dollars, his doubt and addiction was quietly destroying him. It was not until Hanna finally hit bottom that he discovered the tools to achieve true personal freedom and happiness - a Higher life. Through Hanna's firsthand experience and his understanding of human nature, neuroscience, and life management, Hanna provides readers with practical techniques and ideas so that everyone can apply the Higher way to their daily routines and to their dreams. Hanna's engaging voice, fascinating realizations, and depth of understanding make Higher a valuable book for anyone who wants to find greater meaning, beauty, and success in their lives.

Released:
Apr 19, 2018
ISBN:
9781987113587
Format:
Audiobook

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