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How Free Will Works

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This recording of Dr. David Lieberman serializes his recent book, How Free Will Works.

Drawn from classic sources, How Free Will Works explores the elegant relationship between Divine providence and free will — and illuminates the connections among themes such as: miracles, mazal, happiness, cause and effect, Heavenly decree, nature, success, tikun, self-esteem, destiny, teshuvah, prayer, mental illness, anxiety, mitzvos, emunah and bitachon, suffering, fear, pleasure, anger, and will power.

How Free Will Works sheds fascinating light on the cosmic network of interlacing forces that operate in creation — such as Divine providence, mazal, and prayer — and reveals the power and parameters assigned to each.

More valuable still, this groundbreaking achievement explains how free will intersects with, and impacts on, these forces — which give usbook cover the practical and near-magical ability to maximize opportunities,sidestep unnecessary hardship and heartache, and transform our emotional, spiritual, and physical health.

As the dazzling design and sweeping influence of free will emerges, we move in a world that offers us a different experience. and it will become increasingly difficult — if not inconceivable — for us to ignore the one truth that will become so patently obvious: we control the quality of our lives.

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David Lieberman, Ph.D., is an award-winning author and internationally recognized leader in the field of human behavior and interpersonal relationships. Techniques based on his ten books, which have been translated into 24 languages and include two New York Times bestsellers, are used by governments, corporations, and mental health professionals in more than 35 countries. Dr. Lieberman has appeared as a guest expert on more than 200 programs such as: The Today Show, PBS, The O’ Reilly Factor, NPR, and The View. Infusing Torah wisdom into the psychological process, David Lieberman’s talks include: parenting, household harmony, relationships, self-esteem, teens, and counseling. He writes a bi-weekly column called Human “Nature 101” for The Jewish Press, and his classic Real Power (Feldheim Publishers) as well as his newest Seek Peace and Pursue It are available at Jewish bookstores everywhere.

2 Responses to “How Free Will Works”

  1. Diana Epstein

    Is Dr. Lieberman available for individual counseling, or teaching? If not, can he make recommendations?

  2. administrator

    Thanks for the inquiry! My focus is on coaching and consulting, but not therapy. So, for deeper issues and challenges I’d suggest you contact for a referral. For private coaching or small classes you can email with any questions and for info.
    All best,

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