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Escape to Self: Realise Accept & Pursue What You Desire - cover

Escape to Self: Realise Accept & Pursue What You Desire

Rosie Bell

Publisher: Rosie Bell

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Summary

A LOVE LETTER WRITTEN BY THE HEART TO THE MIND 
 
What do you desire? And I don't mean where would you like to vacation this year or what would you like to have for dinner. What do you truly desire, what is essential for you to thrive?  
 
For so many, the definition of success and fulfilment is the one dictated by society, a one-size-fits-all dream. We perform for phantom spectators, exerting our precious energy to dance to the beat of someone else's drum without checking our own internal temperature. This very moment, you might be fighting for something you actually have little appetite for.  
 
This lifestyle design book is written for anyone who feels stuck. It's an invitation to realise, accept and pursue your desires so you may escape to a life that's truly yours, free of social expectation or conformity. It is a prime read for anyone who longs to define their own life, doing away with traditional roles and what we are "supposed to" be striving for. It seeks to demonstrate that there very much is a box of collective desires and that living within it is not where we are best situated.  
 
Escape to Self is an ode to personal freedom that provides words and chapters for you to lean on as you embrace your own truth and pinpoint what it takes for you to feel proud of and take pleasure in your life. Pleasure is the food of the soul, and nothing is more pleasurable than being able to say you lived your life the way you needed to.

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