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The Willingness to Change: Twelve Steps to Transformation Through Your Handwriting [Paperback]

Vimala Rodgers , Robin L. Tanguay
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  • Paperback: 231 pages
  • Publisher: Radiant Heart Press (Nov 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595981500
  • ISBN-13: 978-1595981509
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 14.6 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 785,285 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Willingness to Change 20 Mar 2012
This book ofers both a heart warming and inspirational story combined with practical exercises using the Vimala Alphabet to change the way we think by changing the way we write.Each stage of the twelve steps is clearly explained and supported by excellent diagrams. I highly recommend this book to all who have a 'willimgness to change'. All you have to do is put pen to paper and begin the transformation of your thought and behaviour patterns.
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5.0 out of 5 stars the willingness to change 9 Mar 2012
I bought The Willingness to change and this book is really well put together, using the twelve step programme. As well as reading you also need to participate as it can change your life. This book has made me aware that changing the way we write changes the way we think and the Vilma Alphabet reinforces positive attitudes and releases old thought habits that limit us daily. I like the way the author guides the reader each step of the way. If you are working on transforming your life then I would recommened this book. Robin is honest and sincere in her writing and once you start with your pen and paper and make that commitment the subtle and not so subtle changes are like magic in your life. Trish aka P
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5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this book today and start writing! 2 Feb 2012
By Amy C. - Published on Amazon.com
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Robin Tanguay presents a path that ANYONE can follow. The title aptly speaks to the wanting many people have for change, and provides a path with which one can engage their WILL in order to change. The complementary Vimala Alphabet Handwriting System and Twelve Steps are powerful tools that offer a path for making changes vs just thinking or talking about doing so. Thank you Robin, for sharing your gift of clear communication, and your zeal for helping people forge stronger connections within and with powerful forces!The Willingness to Change: Twelve Steps to Transformation Through Your Handwriting
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow! 19 Jan 2012
By Lucy G. Yaldezian - Published on Amazon.com
An unexpected, beautifully written entry into the self-help arena. Tanguay's passion for handwriting as a path to personal excellence shines through, extending the benefits of this intriguing book far beyond the AA community. Unique and compelling, Tanguay extends an invitation you won't find anywhere else. I loved the text in turquoise ink scattered throughout book!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book is a map complete with itinerary and travel guide for a transformational journey. 22 Jan 2012
By Susan Govorko - Published on Amazon.com
Robin Tanguay shares her own personal journey as well as providing practical tools for the recovery process. While her book uses the Twelve-Step format originally devised by Alcoholics Anonymous, it goes further than issues of sobriety versus addiction; rather it serves as a practical guidebook for anyone seeking personal growth -- addict and non-addict alike. The book reveals the author's remarkable understanding and applied wisdom for self-discovery and gives the reader specific tools for recognizing and overcoming codependence, self-sabotage, and victim consciousness. Handwriting changes are woven into each of the steps as a proven supportive technology. Rather than a quick self-help evening read, the reader embarks on a transformational journey. Tanguay defines a path for personal growth in practical, doable forty-day periods. The way is clear, detailed, straightforward (though not necessarily easy), and effective. This is an important work for anyone on a spiritual path.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Creative Guide to Transformation 18 July 2012
By Julia Busch - Published on Amazon.com
We each resonate with our own path to transformation of which there are many. But here is a very creative program which you may not yet have encountered. The intriguing program is two-pronged. Both facets work together to remove impediments to the Highest Self.

Based on the transformational AA 12 Step Program (which extends well beyond the AA community and addiction) in conjunction with supportive handwriting changes as per the Vimala Alphabet (which reaffirms our noblest and most outstanding qualities), the author presents a very workable, rhythmic and enjoyable way to release negative attitudes and habits to reinforce a positive lifestyle.

Handwriting has long been known as a visual graph of our thought processes; as thoughts change, handwriting does likewise.

Drawing on the concept that the reverse is also true, the program moves one-by-one through the 12 steps, supporting the intentions of each missive with one or more Vimala letters to underline the step's positive aspects.

More than theory, the author has been guiding clients with this program to positive lifestyle shifts since 2003. Well written, easy to understand and execute, you are invited to "chose a step, pick up your pen, find some unlined paper, and begin" to prove the system to yourself.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rewrite your brain 8 July 2012
By Arthur F. Carmazzi - Published on Amazon.com
The Willingness to Change is an innovative process like no other, in fact, it is easier than traditional psychology and change processes. Granted, the processes in this book will take consistent effort to create any desired change, but with dedication and focus this book provides a step by step process to rewire your brain and make the change you need in your life. While it may not solve all your problems, it will make a difference. My congratulations to Robin Tanquay on the research and insight she has delivered.
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