Living Naked: Personal Transformation Through Bare Simplicity

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Live Naked. Live Free. Be Happy.

Live Naked. Live Free. Be Happy.

Are you happy?

Are you fulfilled in life?

Do you even feel anymore?

If not, more than likely, you are not living a life of freedom and happiness. Life may be weighting you down, clouding your senses, and actually making you feel numb to the beauty that life has to offer.

It is time for you to live naked, to be free, and to be happy!

Why struggle with unhappiness any longer?

Let me show you the ways to genuine happiness…

I introduce to you, my dear readers, a FREE EBOOK I’ve created just for you called…

Living Naked: Personal Transformation Through Bare Simplicity.
How to transform your life from the ordinary into the extraordinary through the power
of simplicity, complete mindfulness, and self-action.


What is “Living Naked”?

Let me explain…

“Living Naked” is a philosophy of living that strips down living to reveal our natural state of happiness. It is about “getting naked” or simply, back to the basics of BEING.  The aim of this philosophy is invigorate your life, your senses, and most of all…your GENUINE and NATURAL HAPPINESS.

Living naked is living naturally mentally and physically to unleash your inner joy and happiness.


What You Will Learn

  • How to ELIMINATE “toxic” baggage and weight in your life.
  • The SECRET to overcoming your personal fears.
  • How to CLEAN out your “mental closets” to set you free.
  • How to tap into the POWER of your feelings and emotions.
  • How to FEEL more and THINK less.
  • Discover your INTERNAL PILOT and learn how to let it navigate your life.
  • How to find “pint-sized” ECSTASY in your life.
  • Learn the absolutely BEST way to succeed more in your life!

Living Naked is all content, pure value, and pure information you need to know about living a “naked” life of freedom and happiness. These are the principles that can literally change your life!

I will take you back to the basics of being a human being minus the clutter in life revealing your natural self.

How To Download

Are you ready to LIVE NAKED?

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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
“LIVING NAKED”
FOR FREE

(This ebook is in PDF Format. You will need Adobe Reader to view)

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Did you enjoy reading “Living Naked”?

1. I want to hear your feedback: Simply comment below or just email me directly. I would love to hear what you thought, or how living naked has made a change in your own life.

2. Spread the “nakedness”: Why not pass along the Living Naked ebook to your friends or readers? Simply post a link back to this page, give it away for free, or to get the ball rolling…click the blue StumbleUpon button below or post it at Twitter.

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Thank you so much for reading and I hope you add a little nakedness to your life! :)

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Posted on October 21, 2009

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65 Responses to “Living Naked: Personal Transformation Through Bare Simplicity”
  1. David Damron says:

    I can’t wait to read this.

    To those of you who don’t frequent TheHappySelf, take my word, there will be some great content in this book that will change your life.

    Thanks for providing a great tool for all of us.

    David Damron
    LifeExcursion & The Minimalist Path

    • Thank you so much David for the nice comments. I hope you enjoy the free ebook as well. I tried to hit on some major points to bring about true happiness within. But at the same time, I tried to make it super easy to read and easy to implement into one’s life. Direct and to the point.

      Let me know what you think of it!

      Thanks again,
      Dayne

  2. charity says:

    Dayne, I loved your e-book and loved even more that it was free. I will definitely spread the word. Keep the good work coming, I look forward to your blogs!

  3. Cammy says:

    I just discovered your blog yesterday and today you gave away a free ebook. Score!

    For the first time ever, I downloaded the book and read it from start to finish. I really liked the list format. You told your readers what we would get out of your book and then you delivered.

    I look forward to more great material from your blog.
    .-= Cammy´s last blog ..Free Template: Haunted Houses =-.

  4. Charity – Thank you so much for your kindness and for visiting. I’m glad you enjoyed the ebook! Come back soon! :)

    Cammy – Thank you as well. I always love hearing from new people here at this blog and I’m glad you liked the ebook also. I look forward to seeing you around! Take care!

  5. Charles W. Downing says:

    Dayne,

    I read Living Naked on a Linux computer with Adobe Acrobat 9. Your links are shown in blue, but none of them are activated. I’m not smart enough to fix Adobe Acrobat to work differently. I wonder what I missed?

  6. Hi Dayne,

    Congratulations for your Ebook. I downloaded it and I’m going to read it probably this weekend. I will give you my feedback then :)

    Cheers! :D
    .-= David | ilcantone.com´s last blog ..IL CANTONE IS NOW A DOFOLLOW BLOG | Leave a Comment & Get Rewarded with a Backlink =-.

  7. Hanan Ramdan says:

    Hey,
    I’ve just finished reading your book ” Living Naked” and i loved it very much. By the way, this is my first tim eto download a book and read it from the beginning till the end all at once.
    I’m goin to take some of your tips to make my life more simple and more naked :)
    thaks a lot,
    keep it up.
    Love and peace,
    Hanan Ramadan, Palestine

  8. LOVE what I’ve read so far. Thanks for writing this and sharing it with us for FREE. Awesome! :)
    .-= positively present´s last blog ..being positive under pressure =-.

  9. Dayne!
    Thanks so much for this! Just finished reading your ‘Living Naked’ and it’s a wonderful compilation of quotes,inspiration and ways to make the most of life!

    I hope that many people will read it, stumbled and tweeted!
    Have a great day Sir!

    Diggy
    .-= Diggy – Upgradereality.com´s last blog ..Be True to Yourself – Tyler Durden Style =-.

    • Diggy, what’s up man? I really appreciate you taking time to download the ebook and read it. It really means a lot coming from you! Also, thanks for the stumble and tweet, much appreciated!

      Have a great day and thank you again!

      Cheers,
      Dayne

  10. Hey Dayne! I just got a copy of your eBook yesterday from Free-eBooks.net. I’ve not read it through yet but I’ve looked through the content page. I like what I saw and will commence reading once I’m done with my current read. Thanks so much for giving it away free! Appreciate lots!

    Cheers~

    Mark

  11. Juli says:

    Hello Dayne,

    I’m sorry to say that I don’t think the eBook is so great. The way you arranged it with the philosophies are good, and also catching, because it kept me reading. :o) But I always thought, hm, good philosophy! And then I read on and discovered that the things you write are just common knowledge, nothing new. The only thing that I didn’t know are the facts about the people who failed first. But these are not even from you.

    The other thing that I don’t like at your eBook is that it is contradictory. On one hand you say at “Suceed ad failing” that you could finally lose weight, on the other hand you try to tell people that they are perfect as they are. That doesn’t fit together, either you should love yourself even if thick or you should change that.

    And the Drop-Your-Ego-Philosophy: In my opinion it is right to try and stop having an opinion and an expectation about anything, in the sense of trying to dispense oneself from everything, so you can also stop worrying and be stressed about things, because you’ll see they are not important. But that doesn’t mean that noticing that you are better than some other person at something (which can also be a fact, not only in one’s mind) is always a product of egoism and unsecurity, as you wrote. (Hope that was understandable.)

    But still, I can see that you put an effort into that book. I honour that nontheless. And maybe it is only that I am not so enthusiastic about this book because I already am a relatively happy person. :o)

    Cheers from Cologne, Gemany
    Juli

    • Hi Juli, and thank you for commenting. I’m sorry you did not find the ebook helpful at all. I guess I can’t please everyone. :)

      In response to your comment…

      I do believe we should succeed at failing in order to move forward, and to progress and succeed in life. It is OK to want to lose weight and work on that, but at the same time, yes, you are perfect the way you are EVEN if you do have extra weight. The point is…love yourself the way you are and don’t put TOO much emphasis on being someone you are not. Or to put it another way, don’t get TOO attached to being something you are not. It only causes unhappiness.

      As far as EGO, when I talked about “being better than someone”, I meant that in general. For example, I may have more wealth or may be “better” at a specific thing compared to another person…but this does not make me a better person than them overall. Many people think this, and yes, that is indeed ego if you look deeply at that. The point is…we are all human, we are all different, and we are all equals. Simple as that.

      In any case, I’m glad you commented here and I welcome the good and the bad as far as criticism or praise for the ebook. I’m not going to hide from it.

      Thank you again,
      Dayne

  12. Walter says:

    You are so generous to have shared this e-book. I’m going to read this thoroughly and carefully analyze its applicability into my life. Thanks for this. :-)

  13. Srinivas Rao says:

    Hey Dayne,

    I took an initial pass and I”ll be reading it in more detail over the next few days. But I like what I see so far.
    .-= Srinivas Rao´s last blog ..Guest Post: Living in the now: what does it really mean? =-.

  14. Well done, Dayne.

    This is a generous and well-presented resource, rich in value. I’ve printed it out and read it twice. Both times revealed greater insights. Surely, this is the taster for your book? ;)

    Dayne, our community is lucky to have you. You’re the fresh breeze in our sails – the tailwind that helps us along the way. I’m always leaving your blog happier than when I arrived. :) Thank-you.

    Keep up the excellent work,

    Robin
    .-= Robin Dickinson´s last blog ..How to get customers to love you =-.

    • Hey Robin, good to see you as always! I always love to hear what you have to say for sure. A full book? Hmmm, possibly. ;-)

      I really do appreciate your input and thoughts not only on the this ebook, but on the posts as well. Your contributions are just as great as the posts!

      Thank you again!

      Cheers,
      Dayne

  15. Jagadeesh Bharadwaj says:

    It is an excellent writing and will definitely help a lot of people. I appreciate your style of living. I will pass on the message to many of my friends.

    With regards,

    Jagadeesh Bharadwaj

  16. Ron Billups says:

    I really liked this book on living naked. It showed me what I can do in my life. It has many views I never thought of. Many links to help me to live life better and to its fullest.
    This is something I want to share to many of my friends.

    Thank you so much for making this E-Book possible for free.

  17. EstherK says:

    Hello from Borneo, Dayne!

    I came across your blog during my lunch-break today and THANK YOU, for sharing this beautifully compiled and thoughtfully written ebook. I will, for sure, pass it on!

    Best,
    Esther

  18. Amanda Baker says:

    Hello Dayne,

    firstly I agree in part with Juli from Cologne, yes there is much here that is common sense, a huge amount of other peoples thoughts, over the years I have read many variations on these themes, however it must be said that wisdom is only wisdom if it is deemed worthy of sharing, it is pointless passing on wisdom to a person if you give it to them in a language they do not understand, what your book has done is this, passed on the wisdom that you have absorbed from others, therefore perpetuating its value, moreover you have passed much of it on in a language that will be understood by many people who would find its origins too dense to engage with, for example, a tome the size of the Bahagavad Gita is probably going to be a little intimidating for a person who is finding it hard to even read their grocery bill they are so weighed down, case in point, yours truely!

    This brings me to my second point, this e-book landed in my in box this afternoon, e-mailed to me by a thoughtful friend who is obviously aware of my history of wrestling with the Hydra of self help, he is also aware that I am not in the right frame of mind to sit and read back through them. Your little e-book has given me an hour or two of revision of the things Juli rightly says we all know, she is very fortunate to be in the moment, very few truely are for a sustained period of time, those of us who need a little refresher now and again because we are in need of a little detox should find this a great little pick me up.

    Thank you to you for writing it and to all the friends like Marc, who think of somebody who will benefit from it.
    Amanda

    • Welcome and thank you Amanda. Yes, just like the ebook subtitle says, this ebook is about “bare” simplicity…not only in the message but also in the format and how it can be absorbed. I wanted to make it super easy to digest, yet also, have meaning.

      The thing is that people like Juli seem to possibly neglect is that not EVERYONE that may come across this ebook may not know all the points I have covered. That is just an assumption. Sure, she may be well aware of all the points…but many may not. Why bash that? And secondly, it was free. Just my two cents. :)

      I really appreciate your kind words Amanda and for your great comment. Feel free to stop by again and hope to hear from you!

      Take care and cheers to your life success!
      Dayne :)

  19. Ree M says:

    13 years ago I needed this book, and yet I needed it now too. Thank U for this book! It has come to me at a most critical time in my life. I hope it will save me from 13 more years of hell, both self-imposed & the one I truly live in, physically. Maybe dying with an auto-immune disease will be easier & maybe my last days will be truly happy, I mean for once truly happy. Thank U for something that is straight-forward, simple, & so needed! Thank U! May God Bless U.

    • Hi there Ree and thank you so much for your wonderful comment! I’m really happy that it is giving you some benefit in your own life and I only wish you nothing but happiness in your life. Thank you again for visiting and reading the ebook and commenting, it really means a lot to me. God bless you as well!

      Cheers to you,
      Dayne

  20. zeebee says:

    Great book.

    I have been struggling to convince myself to do my MBA degree and have been pretty frustrated with life. My family wanted me to just get over with my studies once and for all and continue with my masters right after my bachelors..without a break.

    While reading this book, i felt as if my frustration was being washed away. :) Appreciate your work and congratulate you for the change your book will hopefully bring in my life*fingers crossed*

    Thank you

    Regards

    Zeebee

    • Welcome Zeebee and thank you so much for your kind comments. I’m really glad you enjoyed the “Living Naked” ebook. I know positive change will come your way if you follow the principles in the ebook because they do work…it’s just being persistent where most fail.

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Cheers
      Dayne

  21. Christine says:

    Thank you. Your ebook was refreshing.

  22. Eva says:

    Really good transformational book!!!

    Even if you’re ceptic because you think it’s hard change your life:
    This book is one of those who really can change your life!!!

    I liked so much!!!

  23. Jacqueline says:

    Hi Dayne;
    Loved your e-book! I’ve been working on my confidence level and ridding myself of blockages and fears with EFT and Mind Movies. I have my favs in a folder on my desktop so they’re easily accessible. I am happy to say I have added Living Naked to my daily list of Easy and Uplifting things to do! Reading your e-book let me know I’m going in the right direction. It’s direct and simple and so badly needed. I’m recommending it to my dearest family members, they want to Live Naked too!
    Take care Dayne, and may The Source be with you :) Now I’m off to read The Happy Self….what an enticing name..

  24. Christine – Thank you so much for checking out my ebook. I appreciate you commenting here and feel free to stop by again.

    Eva – I’m so glad you liked the ebook. Transforming our lives is really up to us, and hopefully the steps in this ebook will help you make that leap. Thank you again!

    Jacqueline – I’m so glad you added the “Living Naked” ebook to your favorites and that you enjoyed it. I always love hearing from people like yourself with such optimism and most of all, those who take action. Thank you!

  25. Ramesh says:

    Hi Dayne,

    I have just now read Living Naked.It is fantastic.I am regular reader of self Help books and Articles.Your report is very concise and to the point.It is simplified for people to understand and practice.
    Thanks for this report,people like you are doing favours to lots of people who have forgotten to live life and are complicating their life.Keep up the good work

    Cheers!!!

  26. Jenn Z says:

    Thank you so much for sharing, Dayne! I look forward to reading this and getting back to you! ;)
    .-= Jenn Z´s last blog ..Love in a Time of Global (Uncertainty)~Awakening: =-.

  27. Shaun says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed it. I loved how wrote that most fear comes from future thoughts. That is so true and very helpful. I also enjoyed the quotes. Thanks for writing this!

  28. Jenn Z says:

    Dayne, I was able to read through your e-book in some different stages, very deep so I had to take my time to grasp all the information and helpful feedback you provided! What an outstanding job you did on this! Thank-you!! It was most helpful and I know that it opened my eyes to new perspectives! I am learning lately that ‘vulnerability’ is something to be embraced lovingly, nothing to be ashamed of. At first the idea of ‘getting naked’ and de-cluttering our lives is overwhelming and scary but really it is more freeing and awakening to who we really are, and how each of us are of the same. :) Blessings to you as you have invested so freely your wise advice! ~Jenn
    .-= Jenn Z´s last blog ..It’s Not Perfect Until We’re ‘ALL-together’… =-.

  29. Linh Lam says:

    thank you for your report. It’s really inspiring!

  30. Steven Ponec says:

    I love this ebook! It is really inspiring, and it talks about what I have been doing lately. Lately, I’ve embraced my inner child and just had fun in life. Lots of fun! Over the past few years I’ve gotten more in the moment and stopped being so angry. Thanks for putting all these beautiful thoughts and descriptions into words. Again, very inspiring.

  31. Anthony says:

    I love the way you write Dayne! “Living Naked” is a awesome read. Keep up the great work.
    .-= Anthony´s last blog ..Life is what you make it =-.

  32. Andrea says:

    I can’t wait to share this e-book. I just finished reading it and plan to read it again. It is truly inspiring and speaks directly to the changes I want to make in my life. Thank you for making this available for folks to read!

  33. Nomi says:

    I loved reading your guide, Dayne. Many thanks for the tipps. I’ll share it the best I can.

  34. Levent says:

    Hi Dayne,

    You must be really observing this world from an outer space and thanks for catching and bringing what really matters in our short lives.

    I will be wondering what other inspiring pieces of art you will be creating.

    Good job ;)
    Levent

  35. Saad says:

    Hi
    Thnx..
    I’m Downloading Now
    I think it would b good as i see from comments
    Thanks alot

  36. Marcus says:

    Wonderful; your words are compelling and enlivening! Rather than wondering if they will improve my life, I’ll choose simply to start living by them now and let them improve every moment. Thanks Dayne,
    M.

  37. bobbie says:

    thanks dayne
    this is great info, the ego can define us in very distinctive ways it can either destroy us or make us stronger.

  38. Riquermy says:

    Dayne,

    I stumbled upon your site when searching for a picture on “happiness” for my FB “Daily Reflections” page. I hope you don’t mind that I recycled a picture from one of your posts to use for one of my own posts… ;)

    After reading just one blog, I was hooked! This is exactly the type of message and reminders we need to continue spreading…. when we learn to tap into our happiness, we learn to live better within ourselves; and can transfer that same light to others… so thank you for this!

    This ebook brought sincere tears to my eyes; it resonated so much with the path I am currently on…And it feels amazing to know you and so many other readers on here share in it too… a million blessings your way~

    Riquermy

  39. I really relate to that post. Thanks for the info.

  40. I am experiencing an issue with your rss feed . Don’t know why I am not able to subscribe to it. Is there anybody getting identical rss problem? Anyone who is aware of kindly respond. Thanks

  41. Ylon says:

    Hi,
    I just came across your site today and downloaded the book. I just finished it. I am a sleep deprived mom of two very energetic boys so the fact that I read your book rather than sleep while they are is a huge compliment. I couldn’t stop. It’s excellent. I am already super happy but everything I can find to help reinforce it I read. What I liked about yours is its a fast easy read with lots of good information. A lot of times the good ideas get lost in all the verbiage. I will pass this on. Thanks so much. I look forward to your blogs.
    Ylon

  42. Jessica says:

    Hey there! I was looking for some kind of direction in life. As a stay at home mom and wife I have lost that inner “Uumpf” in my life. I feel “Blah” and “useless” to this world when I used to feel unstoppable. Reading your E-book was liberating. It was a slap in the face to get me on my way and I hope that each day for the rest of my life I can apply these steps and live more in the moment than I have been.

    Thank you for writing this book. I of course figured it would be one of those endorsed waste of time scams that you download for no good reason. Yet in the end, it was just the perfect amount of advice to make you feel alive again.

  43. Susan says:

    Thank you so much for the free ebook. I was on google and was trying to find some self help for some anger I have. I like the part about getting over yourself. The whole thing was a gentle shake to me. Sometimes I feel like hate consumes me. I wish and started praying recently for peace. It is very hard to let go of hurt someone has done to you. I feel I was suppose to read this book to start working on me and other things will fall in place. Such simple steps to having a new ,fresh, clear mind. I look forward to implementing the philosophies. I also foresee myself reading it again. You must be a very selfless person to share such wonderful help. Thank you for being you.

  44. Reggie Dubois says:

    Thank you for the Live Naked report. It came at a time in my life that I really needed to read it. Laid off after 17 years and 60 years old in this economy ‘ I needed to see and feel what is really important in my life. Thanks again for sharing. I know better times are coming.

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