Friday, May 22, 2020

Book Spotlight ~ The Power of Your Past and the True Calling of Your Soul! Angelika Schulze ~ Self-Help

The Power of Your Past and the True Calling of Your Soul!
Angelika Schulze

Genre: Self-Help

Publisher: Angelika Schulze
Date of Publication: 03.05.2020
Number of pages: 320
Word Count: 24.725

Cover Artist: Angelika Schulze

Tagline: Become aware of your full potential

About the Book:

Yes, You Can Overcome The Demons Of The Past And Lead A Fulfilled, Happy Life - This Book Will Show You How!

Take a deep breath and think about your past. What are the first things that come to mind?

Fear? Abuse? Pain? Failure? Trauma?

You might hear your mother threatening to abandon you if you're not good enough.

You might sense your father's anger or see the face of the person who bullied you at school. You might have even more terrifying flashbacks.

But do you know that these traumatic experiences aren't just painful memories?
They continue to shape your life even now.

They make you blind to life-transforming opportunities.

They undermine your relationships with the people you love most. They limit your creative potential and smother your intuition.

Are you doomed now?


You don't have to be a victim if you don't want to.

You can break free from the demons of your past and live the life you've always wanted.

This life-changing book by Angelika Schulze will show you how to do it.

Each chapter will take you on a journey into the very depths of your mind. You will face your fears and self-limiting beliefs - and this time, you won't let them control you!

This book will empower you to:

•         See your past as your source of strength, not pain
•         Stop sabotaging your own success
•         Open your heart to love yourself and others
•         Recognize and develop your unique potential
•         Cultivate and train your intuition
•         Lead an authentic and fulfilling life
•         Achieve your goals - whatever they are

Each chapter comes with visualizations, practical exercises and mantras - personal transformation has never been so practical and simple!

Are you ready to take your first step towards freedom?

Start on your path to liberate your inner self!

How often do we get stuck in past situations in which we were hurt? Perhaps we feel exploited, disregarded, neglected, or powerless, which makes us think, whether consciously or unconsciously, that we don’t have power over our own lives and that other people decide our whole lives.
Most of the time, it is precisely these situations where we can discover our strength that is needed to make progress. In this lesson, I will show you how you can leave unconscious victimhood behind and find the strength to take control of your life.

What Does It Mean to Be a Victim?

Victim awareness is when you are currently blaming yourself or someone else for a situation from your past. This can happen subconsciously.
It means that you hand over the responsibility of creating your best life to a past situation or another person - without taking responsibility for yourself.
This is what mainly prevents you from really moving forward in your life.
Because currently, you are giving someone else or a situation power over you.
In the same breath, you also give away your own strength because you are so focused on allocating the blame you are experiencing.
However, you need strength for yourself, and you need the power to live your life to the fullest. It's like someone or a situation is keeping you from doing this - but only because you have handed the power over to them.
There is a wonderful saying that pretty much sums up how we should feel about our past:  "You can forgive, but you don't have to forget."

Why Should You Forgive Someone Who Hurt You?

All of us have experienced things that have hurt us. Every single person has caused hurt and experienced it.
Whether they are women or men or were abused when they were children, they have gone through many different kinds of abuse.
And yet, they hand over this power to their abusers. Even years later, they still haven’t processed what happened and need to find someone to blame.
I’m not just talking about people that have experienced abuse, which is the extreme end of the spectrum.
Many people have been hurt by other things, or they regret what they did in the past.
You’ll forgive this person, not to do them a favor, but to help yourself, find peace and improve your health and emotional wellbeing.
Your forgiveness is for you, and only you!
Know and recognize that this is an important first step. It is all about your happiness. Don’t let anyone take that away. Your emotional wellbeing is the highest form of wealth you can have. When you forgive someone, you do it so you, yourself, can move forward. If you don’t, you allow that person to take away the joy of your present moment. This is why forgiving someone is the first step to leave victimhood behind and take back your strength. This strength will help you find bliss and happiness.

About the Author:

Angelika Schulze is a personal development coach currently based in Sweden. She specializes in teaching self-worth, self-love and holistic self-care.

Angelika grew up in an abusive, dysfunctional family, and experienced several traumatizing events that severely undermined her feeling of self-worth. However, she managed to overcome the victim mentality, restore her self-worth and transform trauma into triumph. Now, she helps others do the same.

She also seeks to empower moms and dads whose traumatic childhoods make parenting a challenge. By overcoming and transforming their own painful childhood experiences, her clients can finally break the intergenerational cycle of toxic parenting and raise happy, self- confident, self-motivated children.

Some of Angelika's favorite techniques include meditation, visualization, chakra healing, and mindful self-exploration. By combining these techniques into well-rounded self-healing programs, she has already helped countless people reconnect with their true selves, rebuild their self-worth, break free from limiting beliefs and transform their lives.

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