Start using the techniques in this book today and take control of your life. Learn how to live a life you love—become happier, healthier, more powerful, confident, and joyful.
How you feel matters. Escape the downward spiral of negative thinking and emotions. Don't give up.
Learn about the power of your subconscious mind and how to use it. Discover what inspires you and free yourself from limitations. Discover what you're passionate about and find your true purpose in life.
Loving yourself means having the courage to be who you are and feel good about it. It means being honest about what's important to you and not seeking acceptance or approval to be the wonderful unique person that you are.
When you love yourself, you share your best self with the world and you make a difference. Through this love and acceptance you also help others to love themselves and to feel good about who they are. Out of this authenticity happiness grows and we honor our differences and learn to respect each other.
Inspirational quotes and scriptures are included throughout the book to uplift and encourage you.
Thank you to you—the reader, for being the special person that you are, striving to be the best that you can be; the world is a better place because you are in it. I hope this book helps you along your path to an inspired joyful life.
Blessings and love to you,
Lana H Allen
Get Back to Happy and Feel Good Now!
Lana H Allen is a life improvement author whose aim is to help you enjoy life and be happy now. She uses simple yet powerful techniques to help you discover your inner power and overcome your challenges.
She’ll help you let go of your insecurities and be at peace with your thoughts, with yourself, and with your life. Discover the confident, joyful person that is hidden within you, stop the negative self-talk, and let your positive qualities come out to play.
Lana enjoys being outdoors observing nature, taking long bike rides with her kids, and spending time with her family.
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A note from the author:
I wrote Love Yourself Being You: A Way to Live Your Best Life—Quiet Your Mind, Eliminate Stress, Find Inner Peace to share ideas, tools, and techniques to help you connect with the beautiful creation that you are; the wonderful, capable person that exists within you and always has.
Learn to love yourself, to reduce stress and anxiety, and to overcome your daily struggles. Conquer your fears and escape the downward spiral of negative thinking and emotions.
Read this book and discover how you can love yourself no matter what other people say, no matter what you've been through, no matter your past, or your circumstances. You can take control of your life.
Learn how to fully embrace and accept who you are. You have the power to love yourself exactly as you are. You have the ability to have unshakable confidence. It is never too late to make the changes you want in your life.
I pray that God will bless you abundantly, that each day will bring a smile to your face, and that angels will watch over you and all of your loved ones—protecting, healing, loving, and blessing you on this wonderful adventure called life.
All my love,
Lana H Allen
"God will command his angels to protect you wherever you go." Psalm 91:11 (CEV)
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