Healing Is the New High: A Guide to Overcoming Emotional Turmoil and Finding Freedom: THE #1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
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Those who attempt to belittle us reveal more about their own character and perception of the world than ours. Those who want to hurt the world outside of them must contain hurt in their inner world. You can only give what you have – literally and energetically.” So i loved this one even more than the first one. I am from india and so much is happening around us that with already so much mental strain, our minds need positivity and strength to over come these tough times. I felt so happy and lighter after reading this book.
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Vex shares how to experience healing through the layers of the self, combining yogic principles and simple, accessible techniques for exceptional, long-lasting results. These transformative practices include: When someone or something hurts us, the physical body holds on to that pain. We don’t just let it go the moment the experience is over. We can let it go, later, but doing so takes awareness, willingness, and effort. Trauma feeds the fearful, wounded aspect of the ego and drives us to make decisions based on that pain. In contrast, when intuition guides our decisions and communication, we act from a place of love and steadiness.”
The first book of yours Good vibes , Good life.y god I absolutely loved it. I had bought it as i thought it should be a my kinda book. And woah little did i know it would really turn out to be my kind. Self-love is the balance between accepting yourself as you are while knowing you deserve better, and then working towards it.”
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By committing to this process and raising your vibration – the energy that courses through you and you radiate out into the world – you’ll create space to welcome more joyful experiences into your life.You can’t change your past, but you can choose to make your future a lighter place. Here’s the thing – it’s your responsibility to heal yourself. Giselle La Pompe-Moore, trauma-sensitive meditation teacher and author of Take It In: Do the Inner Work. Create Your Best Damn Life, has discovered through her work that “many people find themselves questioning and struggling with the language and practices of manifestation. It's always spoken about as being achievable for us all, but without any consideration to our unique differences or social, economic and personal realities.”