Providing a safety net in a world of constant change, Embracing Uncertainty may be one of the most comforting and life-affirming books you will ever read. Susan Jeffers has done it again! EMBRACING UNCERTAINTY is a wonderful book with a huge payoff peace of mind about the future. It is an entertaining read . Jeffers, author of several books including Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, offers a EMBRACING UNCERTAINTY: Breakthrough Methods for Achieving Peace of Mind When Facing the Unknown. Susan Jeffers, Author.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. Too simplistic and almost depressing for my tastes. I definitely recommend this book for anyone who is struggling with an illness or a sudden change in their life. To ask other readers questions about Embracing Uncertaintyplease sign up. I purchased the hard copy of the book when it first came out.

Mar 24, Sam rated it really liked it Shelves: Susan Jeffers gives a good account of the reasons it is important for all of us to embraving trying to control everything about our lives; instead things would flow much more easily if we could allow uncertainty to be a regular companion.

Embracing Uncertainty by Susan Jeffers

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Gave me a new outlook on life. Her skill in her writing is the way in which she invites the reader on an adventure of the most exciting kind.


See all 37 reviews. This is a book to revisit over and over again for the exercises.

Embracing Uncertainty

You will discover that there is a wondrous, joyous, and abundant life that can exist in the presence of uncertainty. It’s easy to read, and you find it making alot of sense. She introduces forty two exercises to help the reader ebmracing rid of their soul destroying ways of thinking and being in the world.

As someone in a recovery program focusing on self-care and inner peace, a lot of the concepts were idealized. Mister Memory Marcus Sedgwick.

He attributes this feeling to the many new technologies with which science and industry are bombarding us. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

I highly recommend this book. Whatever is in store for us, the only thing we CAN be sure of is that nothing in life is certain. Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway: Please try again later. And so many lost people they dearly loved. The good news is that in Japan – where a Zen approach to life is more widely practiced – a pathway to a better relationship with money is being carved, by Ken Honda.

EMBRACING UNCERTAINTY: Breakthrough Methods for Achieving Peace of Mind When Facing the Unknown

Books by Susan Jeffers. Her exercizes helped me through many a difficult time. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Embracing The Learning 6. Get to Know Us. Susan Jeffers is an amazing writer and spiritual teacher.


I love this book! One of the challenges with any self help book is the discipline required to get to the end having done every exercise or test. Underpinning this book are three realities which she invites the reader to read a number of times so that the reader can be on a stronger footing o begin to embrace the grand adventure of it all.

Refresh and try again. One of those has to be helpful to you, right? Our Authors See all Authors. Reeling from the embracinh and loss of her marriage and the life she’s known, she begins to discover that if she can just focus on the moment she’s in, take notice of the people, the sights and smells uncertaintu her, that her pain and grief start to recede. It doesn’t get any better than that!

Highly recommended for people who find value in good self-help books. Account Options Sign in. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. If you choose not to block or avoid these difficult emotions with alcohol, food or denial.