Seeds of Change

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John Hunt Publishing, Oct 16, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 103 pages
Seeds of Change is for people who facelife changing situations or find themselves at a crossroads and who would find a mind-body approach solution appealing. Unlike most other books on the subject, it allows you to find yourown solid foundation, your own voice and enough information to enableyou to make healthier choices in mind, body and spiritual matters as well as being better able to establish healthy relationships and become more resilient to the stresses of modern life. The book has plenty of guided imagery exercises that are either food for thought (seeds of change) or practical, interactive exercises that will helpyou findyour true identity, what changes to make first and how best to succeed in this.
 

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Contents

Foreword by Barbara FordHammond
2
Visualizations and Guided Imagery
46
Tantrums at Thirty
53
Be Very Nice to Me or Leave Me Alone
59
Happiness
67
Deer in the Headlights
74
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About the author (2012)

Eva Suzannah has worked within the health and wellness sector for over 30 years, both in the UK and in Sweden. Working first as a psychiatric nurse, she quickly realised that better results could be had outside the mainframe treatment style, promptly handed in her notice and set up in private practise. Eva now works as a Nutritionist and Wellness Coach based in the South East of England. She runs a busy health practice, writes and trains health coaches from all over the world. Eva has been in the people business for over 30 years, learning, laughing and loving every minute she's been working with people like you.

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