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LIVE YOUR HAPPY

Get Out of Your Own Way and Find the Love Within

Banish Fear, Encounter Love!

Inspired, lively, and fun, Maria Felipe’s real-world approach to living based on A Course in Miracles will guide you toward a life released from fear and doubt and filled with joy and power. In nine crystal-clear chapters, Maria shows you how to banish the “cuckoo voice of the ego” and connect with your internal teacher, accessing unlimited love and strength. Her stories, shared from her own life and from her students’ experiences, demonstrate that with a willing attitude and an open heart, true happiness isn’t just possible — it’s inevitable!

Endorsements

Live Your Happy is a brief and lively guide to overcoming fear, living authentically, and finding inner happiness regardless of outer circumstances. Reading Maria Felipe’s crisp, down-to-earth prose is less like reading a self-help book and more like having a conversation with a trusted friend.”
— Marci Shimoff, New York Times–bestselling author of Happy for No Reason

“I always appreciate a short book that gets right to the point, then sticks to it. Maria’s point is that happiness is an inside job. While getting out of the habit of unhappiness requires some work, it’s well worth it. And Maria does a great job of reminding us that getting happier should be fun!”
— Gerald G. Jampolsky, MD, author of Love Is Letting Go of Fear

“Maria Felipe’s book, Live Your Happy, is as simple as it is challenging. She leads you by the hand gently, with motherly love, and at the same time releases you out into the world with her insightful guidance and easy-to-do exercises that will surely transform your life and allow you to find your happy.”
— Eva Tamargo, actress, Passions and The Haves and the Have Nots

“Having known Maria Felipe for many years and having heard her speak her truth, I knew this would be an excellent book. I wasn’t disappointed. I believe Live Your Happy will make you more aware of your true nature and help you live your life in a way that will remove the barriers that prevent you from experiencing it. I highly recommend this important and entertaining book.”
— Gary Renard, bestselling author of The Disappearance of the Universe trilogy

“The best thing about Live Your Happy is the practical examples that Maria Felipe shares about putting the ideas from A Course in Miracles into practice. Happiness is our natural essence, and Maria shows this in her transparency and her willingness to trust in Spirit.”
— David Hoffmeister, author of Quantum Forgiveness: Physics, Meet Jesus

“A must-read for everyone. Gracias, Maria, for sharing your very personal story and putting the light of hope in all our lives.”
— Angélica Vale, acclaimed Mexican actress, singer, and comedian

“In a cheerful and uplifting tone, Felipe provides common sense and simple advice suitable for the beginner self-helper. . . . Felipe’s engaging personal stories and anecdotes from those she has helped will provide encouragement to readers looking for inspiration.”
Publishers Weekly

“[Maria Felipe] leads the reader step by step through the process of self-discovery, including practices for dealing with ego, forgiveness, negative thoughts, and compulsiveness. Ultimately living your happy is about experiencing the joys of abundance, fearlessness, resilience, humility, trust, and divine Presence. This is a straightforward book, written from the heart, that will transform your life.”
Light of Consciousness magazine

“A small but powerful book that packs a punch, Live Your Happy is an ideal companion to the Course in Miracles. Rather than talk about the ideas in the Course, Maria Felipe has created a program one can follow to embody the teachings.”
New Spirit Journal

“Maria’s illustrative stories, shared from her own life and from her students’ experiences, demonstrate that with a willing attitude and an open heart, true happiness isn’t just possible — it’s inevitable! Inspired, inspiring, and thoroughly ‘reader friendly’ in organization and presentation, Live Your Happy is very highly recommended. . .”
Midwest Book Review