• Swallow The Happy Pill

  • Secrets To True Happiness
  • By: Craig Beck
  • Narrated by: Craig Beck
  • Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-27-11
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Viral Success Ltd
  • 4 out of 5 stars 3.9 (161 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"I just want to be happy," a simple goal expressed as though it were the very least we could expect of life. Some phrase it differently, and some attach requirement or specifics to the statement by pre-deciding how happiness must be packaged. Nonetheless it sounds so reasonable an expectation and yet for some reason so many people spend an entire lifetime unable to reach or even discover the first step on the path to this universal desire. Many believe that this illusive state would be possible if they could only win the lottery, inherit great wealth or even perhaps meet the man or woman of their dreams. Essential we all make the same mistake, the assumption that happiness is out there somewhere for us to stumble upon. Happiness is incorrectly seen as a destination that once reached dissolves the suffering and worry of life into the ether forever more.
Happiness is indeed a simple request but most assume it is hidden and only the very few are fortunate enough to discover the treasure map that leads to its secret location. Swallow The Happy Pill will show you that you not already own the map but you are currently standing right on top of the big red X that marks the spot of that buried treasure you crave so much. Discover:

How to manifest your dreams
The secrets to perfect self-esteem and confidence
Stop anxiety and depression before it starts
The quite route to freedom and peace of mind
How to get every prayer answered every time
The amazing secrets revealed in Swallow The Happy Pill will change how you think about everything; it will shatter your beliefs and dramatically transform your life. This may be one of the most significant books you ever buy.
©2011 Viral Success Ltd (P)2011 Viral Success Ltd
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Customer Reviews

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4 out of 5 stars
By Grant on 05-24-12

Happy I listened.

I consider myself to be a happy person. In fact, I would say I'm perhaps the happiest person I know. And the reason is, without knowing it, I follow many of the ideas in this book. So, as a reader, and a happy person, I have to give it my endorsement.

(An aside: I do not agree with the author on everything. His quasi-deist ideology is a little thin and fuzzy for my liking. I would have preferred a theological argument of a little more weight and depth. But I will say this: the reviewer who said that this book contains atheistic ideas is utterly wrong. Beck does (spoiler alert) believe in some kind of god or higher power. Atheism is the belief that no such power exists. Apparently the reviewer has a rather narrow view of what atheism actually is. To her, it appears that any world view that is not christianity is atheism. Not so.)

I read this book after reading one of Beck's books on alcohol (see my profile and past reviews for info on that book). It helped me greatly. Some of the material in this book is lifted from the book on alcohol, but it only represents around 20% of the total content. Overall, the rest of the content has value and is worth listening to. But this duplication of effort did contribute to a loss of a fifth star in my review.

One other reason for four stars instead of five: I was hoping that this book contained some hypnotherapy and relaxation tracks as the book on alcohol does. It does not, but I feel the reader could really benefit from such tracks in an effort to reshape the subconscious and quell the ego with the goal in mind of overcoming the limitations of the conscious mind. At the very least these audio meditations could have been very enjoyable and affirming. I felt a slight bit cheated out of that opportunity.

In short, Beck is onto something here. Anyone who wishes to be truly happy can take a step closer to that goal by listening to the book. This will likely not be the last Craig Beck audio book I purchase.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 11-17-11

Experience many Aha moments

I have listened to this book twice or more during the week. It is real, applicable to life as it is now, and relevant to people in every stage of life. From all of the self-help audiobooks I have purchased this is by far my favorite. Truly a pleasurable listen.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mahendra on 04-03-13

Great insight into being Happy

A really good 'listen'. I was just curious to find out about 'being happy'. This audio book explains what true happiness is and how to go about being happy. Happiness is available to all and this book highlights where it is and how to be happy - by 'swallowing the Happy Pill'.

MP - London

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By paula on 07-06-15

Brilliant Book

Where does Swallow The Happy Pill rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

One of my favourites

What did you like best about this story?

Total honesty and sense.

Any additional comments?

Brilliant book. I didn't want it to end. Loved the narrators voice. Clear and easily understood. I will listen to the again and again.

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