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Cutting more Ties That Bind - Releasing from Inhibiting Patterns - First revised edition - cover

Cutting more Ties That Bind - Releasing from Inhibiting Patterns - First revised edition

Phyllis Krystal

Publisher: Sheema Medien Verlag

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Summary

This is the sequel to "Cutting the Ties That Bind" and contains advanced information that can be used to release ourselves from more complex systems that programme behaviours. These include familial and national customs - things we do without
even thinking about them - role playing, acting out of superstition, fear of unmentioned taboos, old prejudices and fears
that we accept blindly. This is the book that will make us "see" what we are doing; it will help us to be the kind of parents we wish we had! This very important book is a textbook for eff ective self-awareness that opens the door to a lifestyle for self-assured and happy people.

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