Do you have that voice inside your head that says, ‘Why bother,’ ‘You can’t do it,’ or 'It's not going to work'? That voice is a sign that you are being sabotaged.
Pensacola, FL (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
According to authors Tanya Chernova and Joanna Andros, there are 7 subconscious beliefs that lead to self-sabotage in every aspect of life, including romantic relationships. In their best-selling new book, UNDERMIND, from Indigo River Publishing, they reveal what these 7 beliefs are and how to “break free” from them. For hopeless romantics dissatisfied with their status this Valentine’s Day, Chernova and Andros aim to provide a new sense of clarity, hope, and direction.
The book is based on exhaustive research, and the authors even introduce an innovative method for “breaking free”: Progressive Neural Resolution Therapy or PNRT, developed by Andros, which is a means of “reprogramming” negative and limiting beliefs of the subconscious mind.
Chernova says, "Do you have that voice inside your head that says, ‘Why bother,’ ‘You can’t do it,’ or 'It's not going to work'? That voice is a sign that you are being sabotaged."
“You may not even be aware that you have this voice,” says Andros, “but you have one, and that is why you often feel that getting what you want is such a struggle.”
According to Dr. Eldon Taylor, New York Times best-selling author and founder of InnerTalk, “Chernova and Andros not only illustrate the paramount importance in understanding your every little piece of mind chatter, but by using a simple, yet elegant assessment system, together with an innovative intervention plan, they assist you in understanding and realizing you from the inside out.”
Indeed, the book includes “revealing” and specific personal surveys for the reader. According to Chernova, “(Readers) will learn the scientific truth behind why they fail, why they procrastinate, why they doubt themselves.”
As the saying goes, beauty is only skin deep, and in a world obsessed with superficial means of self-improvement, Chernova and Andros firmly believe that the key to romantic success runs deeper—deep enough, in fact, to be UNDERMIND.