Электронная книга: Ingvar Villido «Turning point»

Turning point

With this book Ingvar Villido outlines an innovative and holistic perspective on what it means to be human. He helps the reader to discover why consciousness should be placed as primary in life and how to actually use it as the main driving force. Based on his 35 years of empirical research and awareness practices, Villido explains why only the use of awareness can lead humanity to a fundamentally different, new paradigm. The book allows the reader to access the quintessence of Villido’s signature teaching, The Art of Conscious Change method. It exposes the underlying causes of our chronic problems, outlines new basic life-skills to solve them. The book and method are for everyone interested in getting clarity about their inner sphere, discovering their stable identity, the True Self, and learning about their unopened potentials to raise their quality of life. It is a practical book of answers to our endless search for answers.

Издательство: "Eesti digiraamatute keskus OU"

ISBN: 9789949888641

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  • turning point — turning points N COUNT: usu sing, oft N in/for n A turning point is a time at which an important change takes place which affects the future of a person or thing. The vote yesterday appears to mark something of a turning point in the war...… …   English dictionary

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