Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good
The rock ’n roll legend turns philosophical in her third book. It is an introduction to Buddhist chanting. She attributes all of her success and much-storied escape from domestic abuse to the enlightenment she received through chanting. A cynic may change up her famous song and ask “What’s chanting got to do with it?” If one is as talented and charismatic as Tina Turner, arguably, one would need no divine intervention to have a successful life. As the author, Tina may rebut: she has faced her share of challenges in life. Recently, she has had several life-threatening conditions. And still, she remains, in this book and in her appearances, a force of happiness and joy. So much so, that she is a source of inspiration for many of us. She relates how she began chanting occasionally and saw it working and creating miracles in her life. Her argument might be: what have we got to lose? Tina Turner is legendary. Her energy in performance ignites a response in all of us. If the cause of that eternal happiness is chanting, then we all could use more of it.
|Page Count||240 pages|
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