Georg Lolos: You Aren't What You Think. Arkana Verlag (Paperback, Personal Development)

You Aren't What You Think

Getting out of negative thought spirals and clearing your mind

Original Title: Du bist nicht, was du denkst

original edition

Paperback, with flaps, 240 pages, 13.5 x 21.5 cm, 5.3 x 8.5 in.
ISBN: 978-3-442-34248-8
€ 16.00 [D] | € 16.50 [A] | CHF 22.90 * (* rec. retail price) recommended retail price

Publishing House: Arkana

Date of publication: April 22, 2019
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Georg  Lolos - You Aren't What You Think


Take a break from yourself – mini-sabbaticals for emotional lows

Why do we sometimes find making decisions so difficult? Why do we shy away from new things, and why do we sometimes feel worthless? The consciousness trainer Georg Lolos is sure that our ego is to blame for this. To master emotional lows of the ego, he has developed a highly effective approach. His basic idea is that the ego is like a house with ten rooms. For example, at the bottom is the less valued cellar, where we long for love and encouragement. In the control room, in contrast, we confront ourselves and others with a sense of suspicion and perfectionism.

Lolos walks through our inner ego-home floor by floor pointing out exactly which negative feelings or false beliefs are laming us. At the same time, he shows with easy-to-learn mindfulness rituals the way out of the ego-prison towards forgiveness, self-love, and the inner child. In this way we can finally welcome life: lovingly, tranquilly, and full of trust.

• Our ego as a building with 10 rooms, each representing an emotionally difficult state

• With rituals for mindfulness, for more self-love, and exercises for the inner child

• Impressively clear and easy to use: with Georg Lolos' method, negative emotional states such as fear, anger, and envy can at last be overcome.

"A praxis-oriented, very well readable and applicable book helping to be more loveable to yourself and exit hopeless and destructive states of emotion."


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