Longmont, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/30/2014 -- While most have discarded the idea of world peace through the notion that they have nothing to offer, Joan Gregerson urges them not to give up. In fact, Gregerson steadfastly believes that even the most average of Joes can play a vital part by first finding and maintaining inner peace. To celebrate International Day of Peace on September 21st, Gregerson is inviting all to learn how to achieve this bold inner peace through a compelling free eCourse.
"The 29-Day Inner Peace Experience” is free, commences on August 24, 2014 and continues through to September 21, 2014. Participants will receive daily deliveries of poetry, quotes, short videos, journaling prompts and tips and tricks for being calm and content. Each lesson is based on one of the 29 chapters in her book, ‘Tuning In to Inner Peace: The Surprisingly Fun Way to Transform Your Life’.
Are you ready to transform your life?
If you worry and agonize about the past or the future, you are missing the very joy of living. Most of us rush through life, ignoring our inner turmoil. But with a slight, deliberate shift of focus, you can break free of decades-old problems.
Through these 29 bite-size lessons, you’ll learn how to quickly end your internal battles.
Understand how your thoughts and words hold you back. Learn simple techniques with exercises that will make you a more powerful, peaceful, and joyful force in the world.
TUNE IN and experience the surprisingly fun way to transform your life!
Joan Gregerson writes with humor and passion, sharing insights from her life and travels around the world.
“Let’s pull this theory of world peace apart for a moment,” says Gregerson. “While the end goal may seem too bold to fathom, it’s only the sum total of every individuals’ ability to be at peace with themselves. Once we have achieved this state we can resolve the conflicts in our own relationships and start to work together to find solutions to global conflict.”
Continuing, “Gandhi, the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King are examples of people that have achieved this state and urged others to master their own inner peace first. Anyone can be a peacemaker, but our culture rarely teaches the art of inner peace. That’s exactly what I am doing this year – and it’s all free!”
Participants can expect to learn how to free themselves of worry, take charge of their emotions and welcome any challenges they face with curiosity and a light heart.
Gregerson’s work and book have been celebrated among readers. For example, Eric Mahoney comments, “The author synthesizes good advice from around the world and simplifies it so that even the least "peaceful" can take away surprisingly overlooked bits of wisdom. For me, the real eye-opener was the section on anger. Thanks for this book, it is wonderful!”
Kara Woods adds, “Tuning into inner peace has helped me change my perspective and calm my nerves. I imagine it will become a reference for me that I can reach for in moments of stress or when I need some inspiration. I highly recommend this book!”
Those wanting to participate in "The 29-Day Inner Peace Experience” are urged to sign up today: http://joangregerson_0.gr8.com.
‘Tuning In to Inner Peace: The Surprisingly Fun Way to Transform Your Life’ purchase link: http://amzn.to/1rMGkiU.
Author’s official website: http://positiveenergyworks.com.
About Joan Gregerson
Joan Gregerson is blogger, poet, author, teacher and photographer, who grew up in Denver and now lives in Longmont. Joan has traveled to 22 countries, worked as an English teacher in South Korea, Saudi Arabia and the US. In her late 40's, through experiences learning drumming and dancing in Ghana, going through a 12-step program, and learning meditation, Joan experienced a transformation to a more peaceful, joyful, purposeful life. Joan paints, dances and hikes and is the mom to two beautiful daughters who taught her more than she ever taught them. Joan has worked in the field of energy efficiency for over 20 years and recently founded a new environmental group, Sustainable Revolution Longmont