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The One-Hour Miracle

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This book explores LCT, or life centered therapy, to help the reader overcome certain physical and mental ailments like chronic pain or anxiety and depression. It turns out this isn’t for me, personally—some elements of LCT were a bit more abstract than I find helpful for myself—but LCT is well explained in this book so if you think LCT might be of interest or benefit to you, this book might be a good place to start.
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I highlighted a lot of this book and really learned so much. I was a little familiar with the ideas behind LCT / Life Centered Therapy and the 5-step framework which is what drew me to read this and build on my knowledge. 

I really appreciated the numerous stories and variety of examples that were provided in the book. Some of it was a little beyond my own beliefs in terms of past life experiences, but the emphasis was on letting go of limitations like that in order to process emotions and progress toward healing.

One of my favorite takeaways has been to ask, "What's this [feeling] here to tell?"

Whether you're looking to support your clients or yourself, this is a valuable resource.

Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an unbiased review.
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Get addition to my self-help collection. Lots of helpful tips. Thank you for letting me read this for free in exchange for my honest review.
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Ever since I got the ARC copy of the book from HCI books, I have been reading it during the entire weekend absorbing every word the book had to offer.

It is just the book I need to reread (yes, planning to reread already!) every weekend or at the beginning of every week to refresh my thoughts and get ready to face the entire week ahead better than what I used to.

The book is written in a very accessible format with short chapters and simple language. It's apt for beginners as well as for the non-fiction and fiction lovers like myself.

I have a very hectic schedule each week handling three different jobs including the entire weekend and holidays at times. Fatigue/ demotivation is inevitable. I yearn for a book like this one during most weekends and whenever I need some motivation.

The technique explored in the book, Life Centered Therapy, works quite well for me as I can apply all the five step process focusing on mindfulness as well as the body.

The book won't take time for you to read. However, the result of reading this book will be immense.

Thank you, HCI Books and the authors, for the advance reading copy.
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