The long-awaited publication of How to Think If You Want to Change the World is finally out!
Following a life-long endeavor to end suffering and injustice while finding spiritual fulfillment, Dr. Jean-Robert Bayard shares her insights to help you in your own struggles.
Drawing from her more than six decades of experience counseling patients, pioneering activism in humane causes and devotion to both Eastern and Western psychological philosophies, this first volume in the series is full of special exercises to help you learn to turn pain into a cause, disappointments into determination, and develop a faith to support you and your work.
Never relinquishing her persistent focus on the elimination of the suffering of others, she dedicated the last years of her life to writing this seminal volume of a series for her fellow activists, teaching how to get what you want by turning what hinders you into tools, taking responsibility for your thoughts and feelings and showing you, through self-relevation as well as the examples of great activists of history, How to Think If You Want to Change the World.
The Preface explains what's behind writing the book.
Highly acclaimed, and published in a dozen countries in many languages including Russia, The Netherlands, Portugal, Mexico, Great Britain, and Australia.
An outstandingly courageous, honest and original approach to teenage acting-out. This book might save your family's sanity.
Louise Bates Ames, Gesell Institute of Human Development
I am almost certain I might not be here right now if it were not for the lessons I learned from reading this book! It was a life saver!
Jessica Chandler, TVI/COMS, August 15, 2016
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August 21, 2017:
Today the eclipse coincided with Jean Bayard's birthday. Ninety-four years ago, she came on this Earth to live a life full of ups and downs, hope, pain and above all, never giving up. As her gift, this year her works are finally getting into the hands of the people she most wanted to help.
Happy Birthday, Jean Bayard.