For those of us struggling to cope at the moment, Amanda Peet’s new book Mind Your Mind will teach you how to manage your emotions and declutter your mind so you can improve your mental health. This simple and practical handbook for people who don’t read traditional self-help books shows how your brain deals with emotions and core beliefs in a non- technical way.
It explains that not only is it good to talk, but contrary to what we’ve always been told, talking to yourself out loud is good for your mental health.
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More About Mind Your Mind and Amanda Peet
Mind your Mind shows specifically which words to use to release emotions and negative and limiting core beliefs that may be stuck in your subconscious. You can declutter your brain and update the strategies and beliefs that were put there from when you were as young as 12 months old.
Amanda Peet is an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner, and an expert in identifying and releasing emotions and core beliefs. Amanda has helped clients with a range of difficulties including PTSD and hoarding disorder. She is the co-founder of Hoarding Disorders UK (CIC) and contributed to co-director Jo Cooke’s book ‘Understanding Hoarding‘.
Amanda said: “Have you ever had a good declutter of your inbox; of your handbag or the rooms in your house. Cleared out the garage and made space? It feels good to get rid of the old stuff and make space for new stuff and good things that are a better fit for where you are right now in your life.
“Have you ever done the same thing for your brain? Your subconscious mind can be compared to a hard drive; it stores core beliefs and emotions from days and years gone by.”
Amanda added: “Our subconscious mind isn’t born with limiting beliefs. Through life events and through growing up we all gather many core beliefs that were perhaps true for us at one time or that we thought were true because of what other people said to us or did to us.
“Checking in on your core beliefs and changing the ones that are stuck is so powerful. The words, ‘I can’t’ are such a small sentence but if that is true in your subconscious mind, just think of all the struggle, the energy you are using to fight against it. Clearing old beliefs and emotions frees up so much energy and helps you deal with day-to-day things in a much clearer way.”
PTSD sufferer Maria found Amanda’s advice to be literally a life-saver. “I continued various types of therapy and even though this helped I was still carrying old emotions and core beliefs such as ‘I’m not good enough’ around with me. I had tried so many different things and felt like giving up. I started to believe that I would never get over what happened to me. Then I found Amanda and instantly knew I had to make an appointment. Following core belief and emotional work I was overjoyed and amazed at the results. I’m now finally over the depression, anxiety and so on, and I know now that I am good enough and I now know what true happiness feels like. I will always be forever grateful and thankful to Amanda, really don’t know where I would be today if I hadn’t made that life-saving appointment.”
Mind your Mind is available now at £10.99 (paperback) and £6.99 (ebook) from Amazon, Waterstones and more. A list of stockists is available at www.amandapeet.org.uk