Affirmations Your Passport to Happiness
Developing a positive mindset is one of the most powerful life strategies there is. Using powerful positive thinking techniques, visualizations and positive affirmations, it is possible to achieve whatever you want.
Being positive is so important, not only can it help you to become more successful but your self esteem will increase as you begin to move away from negative thinking.
Affirmations can help boost your self esteem.
- I deserve to be happy and successful
- I have the power to change myself
- I can forgive and understand others and their motives
On The Holistic Health Show this week you will hear from Dr. Ann Marie Evers, author of Affirmations–Your Passport to Happiness
Simple, easy-to-follow guide to self-empowerment.
Shows you exactly how to change your life to how you wish it to be!
This book has been inspiring and motivating people since it’s introduction more than twenty years ago. Whether re-reading it over again, or used as a reference to address and solve particular problems, or used as a guide to help face new challenges – it has improved the quality and happiness of life for countless people. It remains Dr. Evers best selling book to date!
Using anecdotes, simple exercises and specific Master and Short Form Affirmations, Dr. Evers shows you how to generate money; attract your ideal love partner; create vibrant health and much more. Move beyond negative habits, unhealthy relationships and personal limitations to the fulfillment of your highest potential.
Dr. Evers is a member of the Canadian Guidance and Counseling Association. She has worked in the personal growth field for many years, teaching and conducting seminars, workshops and hosting numerous radio shows.
Dr. Carl O Helvie
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