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Change Your Thoughts Change Your Life with Kevin Murphy

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A Fine Time for Healing

A Fine Time for Healing


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Is your mind residing in The Past Room, where regrets, past hurts, painful memories, grudges or other memories are impacting you today? Or perhaps you are hanging out in The Future Room where worry, anxiety or fear haunt you daily?

Today's special guest, Kevin Murphy, has a powerful new book, called The Three Rooms: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life  that actually shows you a roadmap to The Present Room, the one where all of that fades away and you can fully blossom into your highest potential, greatest success and a love-filled life.

While Eckhart Tolle and others have extolled the value of living in the present moment, many people have found that philosophy a challenge to implement. But the genius of Murphy’s new book is how easy and simple he makes it to realize when you are NOT—and how you can shift back into The Present Room. The premise behind The Three Rooms is simple, but profound. It explains that our experience of life is not based on what we have or what we do, but rather, it is based on what we think, and our thoughts can only be in one of three places: the past (Past Room), the future (Future Room), or the present (Present Room), and whichever room your thoughts are in determines your experience of life in that moment. Kevin explains how observing which room your thoughts are in, can change your experience of life.

The Three Rooms invites you to start the process of better monitoring your thoughts—while providing you the keys to transform your life by doing so. As Kevin notes, those thoughts merely affect our health, our wealth and our relationships.

Kevin Murphy, a former Wall Street managing director, high school and collegiate wrestling champion, community activist, speaker, coach stepped away from the corporate world to write  The Three Rooms.