To understand your shadows and realize the greatness of your complete potential, The Inner Work will lead you on a hero’s journey through the undiscovered depths of your subconscious mind. True freedom and enduring bliss will finally be made known through the removal of constricting ideas and transcendence of awareness themes that support suffering. The Inner Work asks you to let go of your struggle with life through a process of extreme self-analysis and a useful three-step strategy. This book is for you if you want to be happy and are a person.
*This is a spiritual book that draws from many ancient wisdom traditions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, yoga philosophy, and more. All are welcome!
What You Will Learn:
- How to recognize and heal limiting beliefs rooted in unhealed trauma
- How to identify where you are at on the ladder of consciousness and how to move on and upward
- How reframe your thoughts
- How to evoke your spiritual will to break negative cycles and patterns in your life
- How to change and improve your mindset in order to optimize every aspect of your life
- How to identify and heal shadow tendencies and wounds of your inner child
- How to practice presence and meditation for improved quality of life
- How to forgive, let go, and have compassion for yourself and others
- How to connect with your higher Self and a higher power (whatever that means to you)
- How to see miracles in every moment
- How to embrace true freedom and last happiness forevermore
Self-help and spiritual community:
Millions of people are ready to learn the art of “manifesting” and see it as a “one size fits all” answer to all of life’s difficulties in the self-help and spiritual communities of today. However, because everyone of us is as energetically distinct as our DNA and fingerprints What may be one person’s medicine may be another person’s poison.
Just think optimistically” might be good counsel for one person but be detrimental and improper for another, leading to a disassociation from our most vulnerable selves or the bypassing of unresolved trauma. Readers can learn to identify their distinct feelings, ideas. Patterns through self-analysis in order to discover which of the 15 themes they may be locked in by comprehending the themes of awareness, which we detail in The Inner Work.
Many people will discover that there is a healthy time and place for every emotion by using our three-step process. Including those that we may have superstitiously repressed like rage or grief. What if the process of healing is relative? How if our negative feelings actually lead us to freedom rather than “attracting” a bad reality? Why if the real response to each of our biggest life problems is, “it depends”?