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Self Love & Mindfulness for Beginners, 2 Books in 1

Build your Confidence and Self Esteem Through Unconditional Self Love & Get Rid Of Stress in Your Life by Staying in the Moment
Narrated by: Adam Dubeau
Length: 2 hrs and 17 mins
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Summary

Two books in one! Books for the soul!

Create infinite and unconditional self-love in only 30 days!

Inside Robert Norman's Self-Love, you'll discover an invigorating 30-day challenge for positivity, self-confidence, and self-esteem!

This book leads you through four powerful phases of self-love:

  • Love the person you are today
  • Add value to the people in your world
  • Discover the authentic and confident you
  • Emerge as the beautiful person you've always been, deep inside

Book two, Mindfulness: Beginners Guide on How to Shut Off Your Brain and Stay in the Moment, is a practical guide on mindfulness that you can use to start using this powerful practice in your life right away.

Mindfulness is a valuable skill that can increase your awareness, both of your own self and the world around you. It also can assist you in relieving stress, balancing your emotions, and experiencing better health, happiness, and joy overall. In this simple guide, you will learn exactly how you can start practicing mindfulness right away, and use it to increase your quality of life effortlessly. If you are looking to gain more joy, fulfillment, and satisfaction out of your life, then this book might just be the perfect one for you.

Don't wait another minute to access this quick and powerful guide for the soul - get your copy today!

©2017 Mastermind Self Development (P)2017 Ryan Zeman

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Fresh perspective on cognitive behavioral therapy

I'm familiar with cognitive behavioral therapy, but this book presents some of the same concepts in fresh way that gave me some new ideas..

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Excellent Resource for Self Awareness

I really enjoyed this book, the author identifies the way we talk to ourself and how to correct those behaviors..

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Concise and helpful

I have heard these strategies before but I really like the concise description in this book. If you find yourself slipping into negativity or negative self talk, this serves as a good reminder strategies to pull you out of that mindset.

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Solid information

A modest collection of ideas meant to foster good habits. Solid information for what it is.

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Amazing!

Changed my whole entire outlook on life. I have problems with substance abuse and severe depression. I listened to this whole thing in one morning and my whole day was AH MAY ZING! Life is so beautiful to me again and worth living. It’s okay to be imperfect, it’s actually beautiful. Normal is boring and I love me for who I am... thank you to the author for changing my life!!

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Great book

Really enjoyed this book, gives great to dos and don'ts. I listen to this at least once a week. live it.

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Traded book for review and couldn't be happier

Great points and the way they are delivered and absorbed are almost subconscious. I let the book play when i go to bed, I don't recall anything vividly but I do find myself checking my thoughts and what they are saying.

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Excellent book

Compelling support for change, along with tips and tools for making it happen. Excellent book.

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Simple and makes sense

Easy enjoyable read with good tips. Positive and motivating. Makes you feel like you can do it too. Good book.

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Very helpful

I really enjoyed this book. The content was great too, with lots of ideas for improving your mental wellbeing.

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  • Helen L. Anderson
  • 23-08-20

Decent but not particularly deep

I found the book to have decent and practical advice. However, I find the book lacking in the depth of the insight or of truly innovative approaches to positive thinking. If you're new to concept of neuroplasticity, this book is probably a good start. If you're already down the road and seeking insight into lasting optimism, you'll likely not find very much useful here.

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  • Timothy B. Melvin
  • 23-08-20

Full of real stuff to tell yourself

But if you've already told yourself these things and understand the power of what you think, then this book if chock full of valuable reminders and new ways of looking at what kind of stuff we feed our brains.Honestly, I expected this book to be full of light weight fluff and rah-rah mantras which create a momentary feeling of goodness. I was pleasantly surprised that it was instead a great reminder of lots of great principles presented in a way that should make it easy for me to re-listen again and again in the future. This is good stuff! Is it life changing? Probably not for most, but it is a good tool to keep the listener vigilant in monitoring and cultivating what he/she tells him/herself is reality.

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  • Louise G. Taylor
  • 23-08-20

Good reflections about your inner voice

Aston got a real pearl right here, it's a powerfull book that goes against the trend of positive thinking, with many reasons explained on why it chooses to do that. I am looking forward to listen to it more times, and would recommend to anyone who has troubles dealing with their inner voice.

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  • Sheila S. Thibodeau
  • 23-08-20

Its worth the time for the information

I listened to this book straight through and it was pretty good. I ended up with six pages of notes and several take-aways. Self talk is so important to learn about and control for a happier, healthier and more productive life.I recommend this be on your self talk reading list. I think its a good source for anyone who wants to train themselves against negative self talk. I'm a pretty positive person and I think even the most positive people need a checkup every now and then. Perfect self talk is not a destination its a every day thing.

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  • Gary K. Avery
  • 23-08-20

Brief and simple

Book was brief and simple. narration was good, felt a little too many categorizations but the content was decent..

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  • Gerald M. Story
  • 22-08-20

Great insight for self talk

It was very well written. The process, as mapped out via chapters, is a great progression through Self Talk and turning from negative to positive. The activities were explained well and, if followed, could be very beneficial for someone trying to improve their self talk.

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  • Jeannette P. Howard
  • 22-08-20

Good book

Helps in life and goals. listen to it often and work on the suggestions for life.

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  • Marcia K. Rogers
  • 20-08-20

Great practical tips

The author understands human nature and gives both theory and realistic tips on improving our self talk.

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  • Thurman K. Herrera
  • 20-08-20

Helpful!

For a short book, I really learned a lot and found this to be a very insightful audio. Narration was well chosen for this book. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. The fact that I was gifted this book had no influence over my opinion of it.

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  • Bryan H. Clifton
  • 20-08-20

I think this will help me.

Usually my method to try and clear my head is too picture a field, a pretty green field with colorful flowers and sunshine and butterfly's, and a little girl (basically me) running and having fun, not a care in the world. Honestly that doesn't work for long because my brain will stay on that thought for a minute and then flash to something else, and I have to consciously bring myself back to that sunny field. Sometimes I can fall back asleep, but more often than not I can't and I either end of lying their or listening to an audiobook hoping to distract my mind enough to nod off again.