Reprogram Your Subsconscious: Use The Power Of Your Mind To Get Everything You Want

Intuitive Living
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"I’ll show you how to change the programming in your mind at such a deep level that success is not only possible, but it’s virtually guaranteed!If you’ve tried and failed at losing weight, finding your ideal career, attracting your true love, being financially independent, or anything else, I want you to know that it's not your fault.

The truth is, you’ve just been programmed incorrectly. Once you follow the steps in this book and create some new habits you’re going to see how incredibly easy it is to finally succeed in life!"

What we'll cover:

Introduction
Chapter One
Subconscious Programming Runs Your Life
Taking Your Life Back
Myths About Mind Programming
Freedom From Negativity
Protecting Your Mind
Find Balance In Life
Chapter Two
Easy Ways To Strengthen Your Brain
Affirmations Enhance Your Mind 
Ask Yourself The Right Questions 
Getting Past Self-Sabotage 
Program Your Mind In Three Easy Steps
Meditation Exercise For Subconscious Reprogramming
Chapter Three
Program Yourself For Wealth
Mind Power Seduction
Attract And Keep True Love
Healing Power of the Mind 
Put Weight Loss On Auto-Pilot
3 Obstacles That Block Success
My Goal
Book A Reading
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About the author

Kelly is a best selling multi-published author, former radio show host, and has been a professional psychic counselor for over twenty years. From stock brokers to doctors, clergy to celebrities, and everyone in between, she counsels over a thousand clients per year in areas such as love, finances, career, and health issues. Her honest, unique, and friendly guidance has made her a well-respected international success.  

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Publisher
Intuitive Living
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Published on
Nov 17, 2013
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Pages
72
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Language
English
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Genres
Body, Mind & Spirit / Healing / General
Psychology / Emotions
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
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 "I never realized how many of my problems and life's obstacles were rooted in childhood. Thank you Kelly for showing me how to change everything!" - Bonnie"I did every exercise in this book and felt like Kelly was with me each and every step of the way. I cried, I laughed, I raged, and I have now embraced a wonderful new life where my adult self is in control. Wow!" - Denise

"How I wish this book had been written decades ago! It would have saved me so many of the hardships I've been through. Kelly's book is clear, concise, friendly and extraordinary! I've recommended it to all my friends!" - Carol

What we'll cover in this book:

Does Your Inner Child Need Healing?
Your Journey Begins
3 Common Mistakes
Where Is This Inner Child?
The Parenting Cycle
Combating Criticism
Increasing Self Esteem
Relationship Issues
Waiting For Weight Loss
Financial Frustration
Being More Childlike
Two-Way Conversations
A Creative Process
Being Fearless
Your New Life Script
Your Daily Script
6 Step Healing Plan

From the author:

The main reason you haven't realized your true potential and accomplished your dreams is because you have a poor relationship with your inner child. You’re split off from this little person that was you many years ago. When you divide yourself this way you’re never really whole and these two parts of you are always working against one another. You think you’re an adult, guiding your life along, but nothing could be further from the truth. 

Throughout this book we’ll look at various ways your younger self was misguided and poorly programmed, and ways to open up communication and heal her. You’ll forge a new and better life path that will get you where you want to go. You’ll rewrite the early childhood life script you’ve been reciting all these years and release outworn beliefs that were firmly put into place by your caregivers. 

It will take time and patience, but you’ll learn to love and protect that precious part of you so you can work together at last, though you’ll be the one in the driver’s seat from now on.

And now your journey begins!
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