How to Meet Your Self

The Workbook for Self-Discovery

Cover Art for 9781398710733, How to Meet Your Self by Nicole LePera
ISBN: 9781398710733
Publisher: Orion Spring
Published: 1 December, 2022
Format: Paperback
Language: English
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The essential roadmap to your empowered future self Within every human exists patterns and habits that bring us into cycles of misery, pain, and self-destruction. Yet within us all is also the ability to show up every day, leaving behind those patterns that no longer serve us, while stepping into the highest versions of ourselves. No matter where we are on our journey, in order to break undesirable patterns, we must be aware of what our own patterns actually are. How To Meet Your Self is the groundbreaking self-healing workbook from international bestselling author Dr Nicole LePera. Its exercises, prompts and compassionate inquiry invite us into a life of authentic connection and fulfillment. By witnessing and understanding all of our unconscious patterns from the ground up, from sleep to movement to eating, through emotional reactivity and core beliefs, flow states and joy, we will never again have to ask: "but where do I start?" How to Meet Your Self is a revolutionary guide, a kind and encouraging companion and a comprehensive masterwork of self-understanding. It promises a lifetime of insights to transform your inner work and outer world for the rest of your life.

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