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Who wouldn't love to feel "unflappable"?
Ragini Michaels has written the book, Unflappable, for those of us who find the same themes reappearing in our lives and want to make a change so that we can actually be happier more of the time.
In her book, Ragini introduces the concept of interdependent polar pairs (IPPs) such as love and hate, peace and war, acceptance and rejection, success and failure.
Most of us don't like to be on the "negative end" of these IPPs and we make the mistake of thinking that we can control or
eradicate them. Yet, this is like eliminating many women's desire for chocolate--it's not going to happen!
Ragini offers us a way to retrain our conscious and subconscious
mind from pushing us into fight, flight, or freeze mode when we notice that we have entered the "negative zones."
And the good news is, it is the flow of energy between the IPPs that leads to expansion, renewal, and re-balancing. So as we become more aware of the good the "negative" brings and how to manage these times in our lives, the happier we will ultimately be.
To your unflappability!