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The Trance of Scarcity: Stop Holding Your Breath and Start Living Your Life by Victoria Castle
I am not enough! Not smart enough, rich enough, successful enough, or good enough! This is the trance of scarcity, a self-inflicted premise of not-enough-ness that successfully cripples the lives of people who would otherwise be buoyant and passionate. Here, Victoria Castle offers a prescription for realizing abundance and empowerment.
Trapped in a numbed state, says author Victoria Castle, many of us have lost access to our fundamental human goodness. Thoughts and actions are restricted by a crippling lack of confidence and a fixed belief that nothing is ever enough -- we can't be good enough, have time enough, earn money enough, fill-in-the-blanks enough to achieve our goals. Castle identifies this omnipresent malaise as the " Trance of Scarcity." To successfully upgrade from scarcity and struggle to abundance and ease, she says, requires disrupting and dislodging old inner patterns. She presents three solutions: defying the cultural "common sense" that scarcity is an unchangeable truth and thereby eliminating its power; leveraging the two elements that create our personal realities (our stories and how we embody them); and using the powerful, proven Cycle of Abundance to promote relaxation, freedom, and satisfaction. This useful guide offers readers a road map to greater autonomy and aliveness in a complex, challenging world.
Paperback: 205 pages
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers (January 1, 2007)
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.6 x 9 inches
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