It's Not Your Fault!: Because You’Re Not Choosing!

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AuthorHouse, Oct 26, 2012 - Self-Help - 208 pages
What This Book Isn't... It isn't another book with a list of things to go and do because we know that you won't actually go and do them. This book explains why you won't and what it is that's stopping you from doing what you know you should... What This Book is... It's probably the most important book that you will ever read... It's your permission to feel good about not feeling our society we've made it not alright to feel not alright and that's not alright! This book is the missing "HOW" Your greatest confusion isn't that you don't know what to do, it's knowing exactly what to do and still not doing it" This book allows you to consciously choose who and how you want to be in every area of your life This book is your book, written for you, about you, to introduce you to the real you...

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Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Seventeen

Chapter Nine

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Elizabeth Ivory was born in Glasgow, Scotland. One thing is obvious the moment you meet her, whatever she is doing works. She has earned the reputation of being someone who shines from the inside out and is a shining example of what she teaches. At a very young age Elizabeth had the opportunity to become a victim of her traumatic circumstances but instead she chose to use them as a huge catalyst for personal transformation which has culminated in her writing this book. Elizabeth has the best qualification imaginable "real life experience". She has also studied extensively many varied forms or transformational therapies from NLP, to Reiki to Hypnosis and the more adventurous Firewalking. However although these all were useful in their own way it wasn't until Elizabeth and her partner Richard Wilkins created Broadband Consciousness that she discovered "who she really was" and this was the discovery that changed everything...

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