Launching a GPS for life

Here’s where you can find our book. We’ve waited a long time for this but now Navigational Tips For Living In An Imperfect World (We’re all right as we are, if only we knew it!) is widely available. And just in time for Christmas. Tuck it in the Christmas stocking to help resolve festive season arguments. Ever tried a GPS that’s for humans? This is a GPS in a book by Charles Bentley PhD and Marian Edmunds, with drawings by Roger Beale, well-known for his cartoons in the Financial Times.

Stuck on old ideas? Want to revel in being your creative self now?

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Further details at Navigational Tips For Living.

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New book a GPS for humans

I have everything a person could desire – a beautiful home, a loving family, good friends, and a great career. I should be content with that, shouldn’t I? But the truth is, deep down, I’m not content. What’s wrong with me? 

YOU’RE ALL RIGHT as you are, if only you knew it. If you can let go of your fantasised goals in an uncertain future you will be able to get back in touch with the strength of your true nature. You’ll be able to re-discover your authentic place in the world and your ability to cope with whatever may happen in these rapidly changing and uncertain times
So can I change my persona, like putting on a different disguise, to suit any situation?
 
NO, NOT EXACTLY. We encounter problems when we’re not aware of the disguises we adopt. it’s like being concealed within an opaque cloak. Nobody on the outside can see the true you, and from the inside, even you are not sure of what you truly are.
If I am stuck in all these feelings and memories of past difficulties, how can I become unstuck?
Well, you could use this information in this book as a map, or a starter tool-kit. All of the problems associated with stress, coping and dependency are due to various levels of unfinished business, which can be classified according to the degree of resistance involved.

Can’t they see all the things I want to hide? Don’t they see that I could lose some weight? that my hair’s not right? Don’t they see my big feet?
Quite possibly. However, those things you see as wrong about you are just a part of you, and probably not seen as wrong by others.

We’re all right as we are, if only we knew it!

Charles Bentley’s Unitive ™ approach to personal development coaching has evolved as a result of his many years experience in the field of human potential.
Marian Edmunds is a writer. She was a staff journalist at the Financial Times for 15 years and her work appears in many major newspapers. Marian is among a distinguished group of contributors to the literary travel anthology City-pick New York.

This new book by Charles Bentley and Marian Edmunds is an essential guide to coping with present-day difficulties. Using Charles Bentley’s unitive approach to personal development coaching, this book is a kind of global positioning system you can use to navigate your own, perfectly valid pathway through an imperfect world.

Navigational Tips For Living In An Imperfect World 

(We’re all right as we are, if only we knew it!

By Charles Bentley PhD & Marian Edmunds
Drawings by Roger Beale
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