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You Can Only Achieve What Is Possible: A Self-help Antidote to Our Self-help Culture Paperback – 25 Jul 2008
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From the practical title to the inspiring content, Dawn captures the essence of one's spiritual journey. Dawn's writing has great logic, humour and clarity that will appeal to any reader wanting to further their path to enlightenment. Illustrated with simple, practical exercises, this book contains stimulating advice and tips on how to overcome the perceived obstacles blocking one's true purpose. --Ruth Morris, Life Coach and Trainer, Freedom of Life
Dawn pulls the plug on the emotional bathwater without you feeling drained. You gain relief and a sense that you are no different from the author. This is focused through the development of your intuition. Dawn achieves this by stories that inform and entertain you, a practical guide that develops and improves your intuition and gives you the tools, trust and courage to acknowledge that it is you who is vital. Through a wonderfully honest and refreshing voice, Dawn Mellowship talks to all of us as a friend. --Dr. Edward Dudzik (BSc, PhD) - Medical Biochemical Researcher, Reiki Practitioner
A book to make you think, to make choices for today and the day after...Your choices make your future....as Proust said: "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new landscapes but in having new eyes." --Sue Gadd, Headteacher
In our self-help oriented culture, we are often given the message by experts that we can achieve whatever we desire. "You Can Only Achieve What Is Possible", proclaims, quite to the contrary, that you can only achieve what is within your remit. This book is about realising our own limitations and learning to desire what we really need, rather than what we want. When we can achieve this, we can change our lives for the better. Each chapter begins with a case study and then discusses and dissects a particular notion held by various self-help experts and suggests an alternative theory. The chapters conclude with meditation, healing and intention-based techniques to help people get to grips with their own intuition and start achieving what is possible, rather than worrying about what isn't.See all Product description
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Positive and cynical at the same time
24 December 2008 - Published on Amazon.com
I knew what the style would be from the title of the book. There's making people wrong in order to make a point about what's right. There's also a "preaching to the choir" feel in that the title will probably not appeal to those that need this most. That style feels a little strange to read. From the title, one might gather that this is a cynical attack on New Age metaphysics and it's not really. After dispelling what she believes are distortions of the truth, she then puts forth her own ideas on what that truth is in a very positive and helpful way.