How To Get What You Want And Want What You Have

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Ebury Publishing, Nov 30, 2011 - Self-Help - 320 pages
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OPRAH WINFREY LOVED THIS BOOK SO MUCH SHE ASKED JOHN GRAY TO TAKE OVER AN ENTIRE EPISODE OF HER SHOW TO TALK ABOUT IT!

Millions of readers have experienced John Gray's healing advice through his Mars & Venus series. Now this master therapist takes therapy to the next level with a brilliant new personal success programme. Combining Western healing techniques with Eastern Meditation, Gray presents an innovative and proven method to become happy, confident, and at peace through his five steps to personal success.

This personal development book shows you how to: *Identify and take responsibility for the blocks to your personal success. *Understand your soul's desire *Release negative emotions *Identify needs and take action *Decide what you want each day and put your life together in order to achieve it.

John Gray's book allows you to acknowledge, forgive and transcend the pain of the past in order to recognise and achieve your soul's desire.

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User Review  - Cheryl Tallent - Goodreads

Ok good concepts but how to actualize Read full review

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User Review  - Nancy Faye - Goodreads

The general information in this John Gray book is something I refer too often. Gray gives insights on how to break thru bocks to success. This book introduced at least a decade ago still attracks loyal fans. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

John Gray's book "Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus" is the bestselling relationship book of all time. A Certified Family Therapist, Gray is also the author of eleven other bestselling self-help books including "Mars and Venus Starting Over "and "Children Are from Heaven," Dr. Gray lives in Northern California.
Bryan Turner, M.D. is a preventative healthcare cardiologist who has done and continues to do research on John Gray's nutritional supplementation program applying gender differences in brain science on diet and exercise.

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