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Cree en ti / Believe in Yourself
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Cree en ti / Believe in Yourself

Synopsis:

Why do some people find it easy to get what they want while others struggle?

Are you sick of the fact that your life never changes?

While you remain unaware of who you are and don’t bother to get to know yourself, you’ll be the puppet of your subconscious.
 

“What will my life be like in ten years if I keep doing the same thing? The answer was so clear that at the age of 35 I gave up everything to go in search of myself and what I was missing so keenly. I left my job as an architect, my flat, my city, my country and the people I loved the most to go live in the Black Forest in search of answers. There, I began to connect with my essence and what I really loved. And after that, all the answers came at once. A year before I started to write this book I realized why my life had got to where it was. Why I hadn’t managed to experience my biggest dreams. I saw how the beliefs that my mind had absorbed in its first seven years had directed and governed the rest of my life.”

Rut Nieves quitted her life as an architect in Germany in order to reinvent and rediscover herself, so she created the ‘architecture of the emotions’ with the help of the knowledge she acquired from some of the best coaches in the world she was formed with.

This title was self-edited for the first time and sold in Amazon. Later on it started to be seen in book-shops too. 

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Highlights Believe in Yourself

1

This new edition has been revised and expanded with highlighted information and illustrations.

2

The new phenomena of domestic self help based on ‘self-empowerment’. 

Technical data

Publishing date: 2017/08/29 | 256 pages | ISBN: 978-84-08-17627-5