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  • How to Meet Your Self

  • The Workbook for Self-Discovery
  • By: Nicole LePera
  • Narrated by: Courtney Pätterson
  • Length: 5 hrs and 50 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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How to Meet Your Self

By: Nicole LePera
Narrated by: Courtney Pätterson
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Summary

Are you ready to meet your Self?

In recent years, Dr Nicole LePera has become the leading voice in psychological self-healing, helping millions of people around the world rise out of survival mode to consciously create authentic lives they love. In her first book, How to Do the Work, Dr Nicole offered readers a revolutionary holistic framework for self-healing. Now, in How to Meet Your Self, she shares an interactive workbook designed to help every reader uncover their authentic self.

We all fall into conditioned habits and patterns - products of our past - that lead to cycles of stuckness, pain, and self-destruction. But as Dr Nicole shares, we also have the innate ability to awaken to and change the behaviours that no longer serve us, allowing us to step into the highest versions of ourselves. By objectively and compassionately observing the physical, mental, and emotional patterns that fill our days and create our current selves, we can more clearly see what we do not wish to carry into the future.

As you work through this book and witness your default habits - from sleep to movement to eating, through emotional reactivity and core beliefs - you will never again have to ask, "But where do I start?" How to Meet Your Self is a revolutionary guide, a kind and encouraging companion and a comprehensive masterwork of self-understanding that will radically transform your inner work and outer world.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2022 Nicole LePera (P)2022 Orion Publishing Ltd

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Disappointing entry level information

I was really looking forward to listening to this book as I ordered the pre release. Unfortunately this book doesn't bring anything new to this topic. The information is repetitive and unengaging as is the narration. Perhaps it works better as a printed workbook style version.

If you are looking for roadmap to self love and wholeness, try How to love yourself by Teal Swan. Teal is a masterful writer and her book truly takes you on journey to meet yourself, become self aware and find self love and wholeness.

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  • 24-12-22

Narration obscures the message

I love Nicole LePera’s ideas and lessons and am familiar with her content, so I was disappointed to listen to this very wooden and expressionless narration. I wondered whether it was automated, as a reader would never pronounce symbols as they appear on the page, but would use grammatical language to express the meaning. Really didn’t enjoy it and couldn’t finish it.