Emotional Release in Addiction Recovery: Your Achilles Eel BOOK REVIEW

Can you truly let go of negative emotions? How can they be released? Read more here about how to overcome the hidden causes of negative emotions, bad decisions, and self-sabotage in this book review. More on how to apply principles of energy clearing blocks to your recovery here.

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Negative Emotions List

Do you struggle with any of the following?:

  • anger
  • control
  • criticism
  • discouragement
  • emptiness
  • fear
  • frustration
  • guilt
  • humiliation
  • loneliness
  • pessimism
  • rejection
  • self-sabotage
  • shame

Guess what? You’re human! And the list of negative emotions in addiction recovery that we face is great.

Although some people might say there is no point in experiencing any of these emotions, feelings don’t just disappear. These discomforting emotions are very real and sometimes push us hard, leaving you lost and unable to cope with your life.

Want to hear the good news?

You CAN put an end to your suffering!

Read further to find out how. We’ll review the book called, “Your Achilles Eel”, written by Mike Bundrant, founder of the iNLP Center. We’ll outline some of the main ideas covered in the book…and tell you why you’ll want to check it out. Finally, we invite your questions at the end. We love hearing from our readers…and will send all legitimate comments a personal response.

Inner Negativity: What’s Causing The Problem?

Firstly, “Your Achilles Eel” is more than a clever play on words. The sole purpose of this short self-help manual is to help you achieve emotional release. Any who among us in addiction recovery doesn’t need MORE OF THAT?

Here’s the idea that Mike suggests: in the darkest corners of our heads, we tend to act destructively when we are not creative and when we do not love. Some of us tend to pull back after a painful experience.

But pain and dissatisfaction are a normal part of our existence, without them we can’t realize what happiness is.

The problem with negative emotions is not they occur, but in how long they last. When toxic feelings live in your emotional body for a longer period, they start poisoning your system.

Negativity is like a cancer that spreads thought your entire body. Sadly, there is no emotional surgery that can eliminate the cancer from your body, you’ll have to do it yourself.

But how?

What’s the best way to say goodbye to negative feelings?

Mike tell us that you start by being aware they are part of you, instead of ignoring them. After you make this step, you can continue reading further how to handle your inner battle.

Releasing Emotions Stored in the Body

This book is written just for people in addiction recovery. Its language encourages us to speak up openly about a subjects very close to us – our emotions.

The journey you begin in “Your Achilles Eel’s” is short, but deep. It will start with awakening the hurt that dwells deep down in you. This book will help you understand and learn how to release negative emotions. The point of the book is self-exploration, with a little guidance. Be ready to get challenged as you read each page, because you’ll open the Pandora’s Box. In order to heal, you must look your fears straight into the eye and decide whether you’ll continue feeding them, or release them.
It’s up to you.

Ways to Release Negative Emotions

Imagine diving deep into your sea of emotions. Do you think you can do it?

It may be hard to do it without guidance, but “Your Achilles Eel’s” has been written ad a guide. Mike starts by explaining the three categories of chronic negativity:

  • control
  • deprivation
  • rejection

In addition to being able to make a clear distinction between these categories of chronic negativity, you’ll find out where these negative emotions originate how they manifest.

Within the pages of Your Achilles Eel’s you’ll find a three step process with detailed explanation and examples about letting go of negative emotions. The process involves:

  1. Awareness
  2. Halt
  3. Action

Why Achilles Eel’s Deserves to be Part Of Your Library

This e-book is a short, and well-structured self-help manual for reaching emotional freedom. The sensitivity and openness of this book will grab your attention from the first page.

The biggest advantage of this book is coming to understand the subject of negative emotions. You’ll understand the role of negativity and what you can get from it. You will find yourself carefully guided as you process your past and present…to open you up to a new future way of being.

Writing about the truth is not easy, especially when you are trying to open people’s old wounds. This book leaves a space for self-interpretation, but what’s most important it gives a sense of understanding and compassion.

Where Can I Find “Your Achilles Eel?”

To buy, download and read the book, check this link: https://www.amazon.com/Your-Achilles-Eel-Hidden-Self-Sabotage-ebook/dp/B00H6AIAFO

Additionally, if you are left with any questions about this book, we ask you to post them in the section below. We also welcome your feedback if you have read the book, and would like to comment and share your opinion or impressions.

About the Author: Mike Bundrant is a founder of iNLP Center. He’s an NLP Master Practitioner, IANLP Fellow Trainer and retired psychotherapist (NM). Mike became a certified NLP practitioner in 1993 by taking a 27-day NLP certification course from Western States Training in Salt Lake City, UT. He continued developing in NLP in Santa Fe, NM taking a 21-day intensive course. After this, he packed up and moved to New Mexico and joined the NLP Santa Fe training team to certify as a trainer.
In 1995, Mike had the opportunity to develop NLP training in Toyko, Japan. Since then, he designed and taught several NLP courses every year as a master trainer, and has been fortunate enough to teach twice annually in Tokyo, sponsored by the great Kazuhiko Umemoto of Team Medicine and supported by the world’s best translator, Nobuko Kobayashi. The programs Mike teachs in Japan were recently certified by IANLP.
He and his partner Jake wrote Holistic NLP that was published in Japan in 2007. This book represents their unique approach to this field. Because of NLP, Mike considers himself fortunate enough in life to do exactly what he wants.
About the author
Lee Weber is a published author, medical writer, and woman in long-term recovery from addiction. Her latest book, The Definitive Guide to Addiction Interventions is set to reach university bookstores in early 2019.
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