By following the life-changing directions outlined in this book, the reader can achieve a greater degree of inner peace than he or she has ever experienced in the past. A greater feeling of self-worth, self-appreciation and a greater extent of self-understanding will be available to the sincere reader.
When we sincerely desire to initiate an effort toward promoting a more
positive attitude in our thinking, there is a problem in finding a book
that will give us specific instructions as to how to go about this task.
There are hundreds of books on "positive thinking", but few that
specifically outline a method whereby we can begin to sow the seeds of
sptimism and positive ideas within our subconscious mind where the
process of change originates. Although some books touch on the subject
of the subconscious, this book offers immediate results. It does so by
providing the reader with complete and deetailed instructions, including
specidif wording that will bring about alterations to the negative
subconscious patterns which have been ingrained for many years. This
book will also help the reader overcome the initial inertia in getting
started on the road to positive conscious improvement.
Therefore, once the reader has made the decision to embark upon a
program of self-improvement, a program is herein provided beginning with
the basics and building upward. The outlined procedrues are spelled out
in clear language that anyone can understand - and they work!
Most of us know and would agree, that positive thinking works; but just
reading a book on how great it is to be a positive thinker will do very
little for us unless that self-same book tells us how we can improve our
love life or financial psition to a substantial degree! This book is a
written foundation builder for people aspiring to get more out of life
My personal experience of many years in working with thousands of
clients in psychotherapy and hypnotherapy has served to stress the
importance of integrating new and positive thought patterns into the
subsconscious level, rather than at the fully conscious level of merely
reading or making occasional reference to the goal of becoming a
positive thinker. Through the method of deep relaxation for purposes of
increased concentration, significant improvement can be brought about in
therapy and also in promoting autosuggestions. These methods of therapy,
coupled with positive thinking concepts will provide the reader with
techniques that will quickly result in demonstrable changes and
This book is designed for anyone who is sincere in his or her desire to
bring about success or self-improvbement in any area of personal
experience. It is designed for individuals who feel unfulfilfilled and
yet ambitious and for those who have had no guidelines to help out in
bad situations. It is also a guide for others who have suffered personal
blocks and difficulties and feel a need for a helping hand.
By following the directions outlined in this book, the reader can
achieve a greater degree of inner peace than he or she has ever
experienced in the past. A greater feeling of self-worth,
self-appreciation and a greater extent of self-understanding will be
available to the sincere reader. Additionally, ever increasing success,
wealth, health, romance, harmony and faith can be realized through the
instructions outlined in this book. It is now up to the reader to make
the life-changing decision to undertake the new and marvelous journey.
Excerpted from "Change your Words: Change your Life" by Larry Mcdaniel. Copyright © 2012 by Larry Mcdaniel. Excerpted by permission. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher. Excerpts are provided solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site.
Larry M. McDaniel co-owned and operated one of the largest psychotherapy clinics in the Southeastern United States for many years before he entered into semi-retirement in the north Georgia mountains. He has worked with more than 34,000 patients primarily utilizing medical hypnotherapy and psychotherapeutic analysis.
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