I fully understand Sagan's quotation: “The one thing I regret is that I will never have time to read all the books I want to read.”
Books are an excellent, and easily accessible, way to learn something new. Finding a style that I enjoy makes all the difference to how well I absorb information. Now that I no longer need to pass exams, and learning is purely for pleasure ... and because I'm running out of time ... I much prefer simpler versions.
I don't need to wade through tons of research to get to the salient facts - that pile of books keeps calling me! I've reached the end of many books and felt disappointed because I haven't learned anything new, but I've lost hours searching for the amazing answers the hype promised.
It's unnecessary for me to learn new complicated methods, or remember the reasons why it works, or know how it affects certain parts of your body, or study the science behind the results. Then you're made to feel like a failure if it doesn't work for you.
That's what attracted me to ZPoint - it is so simple - and you can feel the results very quickly to know it works. When you feel stressed, the ZPoint Process makes you feel relaxed - and that's all I needed to know! I really appreciate how it has made life much easier and more peaceful, and being able to help myself feel good has been my most valuable lesson learned.
If you want to simplify your life, and feel wonderful as you release stress effortlessly - have a look at the Kindle guide on the right. It includes a ZPoint session to download - so it's great value for under £4 or around $6.
"Enlightenment must come little by little - otherwise it would overwhelm." - Idries Shah
"Information is a source of learning. But unless it is organized, processed, and available to the right people in a format for decision making, it is a burden, not a benefit." - William Pollard