Inside Permission to Dance
Are you spending your valuable life feeling inadequate and comparing yourself to impossible standards?
We are living in unprecedented times of escalated fear, judgment and uncertainty. In Permission to Dance, clinical hypnotherapist and creative performance consultant, Gayla Maxwell urges you to give yourself permission to be all that you are by nature, creating the life you choose rather than what life’s external influences might choose for you.
With humor, vulnerability, and wisdom, Gayla shares the secrets of how to effortlessly release the hidden subconscious fear and self-doubt which is quietly sabotaging your success. She shows you how to quickly turn negative mind chatter into the power of self-acceptance and self-love, leading you to attract the most beneficial relationships and opportunities.
Gayla reveals how to challenge your hidden subconscious saboteurs with compassion for the part of you which is blocking ultimate success.
With her down to earth approach, Gayla demonstrates that life and all its ‘perfect challenges’ need not be the hard work we’ve been conditioned to believe they are. In fact, they are the ‘gold’ which lead the way to new and more positive outcomes in our lives. Through becoming more aware of the power of your subconscious beliefs, we shortcut the chaos and get to the ‘good stuff of life’.
Inside Permission to Practice
Praise for Permission
Permission to Dance shows us a delightfully different and easier way to experience life and how to gain the success in relationships, starting with ourselves, which ultimately change our daily outcomes. Told with honest vulnerability. Refreshing!
Lyndsey Marshall Baigent – Elite Performance Consultant
So practical! I read Permission to Dance alongside Permission to Practice and I found it lifts the heart and really demonstrates the importance and the power of self-love.
Carole Lambringe – Counselor
The author clearly understands from her own experience (which she shares quite openly) so I found that inspirational. I prefer someone who has lived it rather than just studied a topic – Permission to Dance is definitely that.
Permission to Practice was probably the most practical of the two books because you’re given exercises that really help day to day implementing what she speaks about in the first book, but I loved both.
Regina M. – Realtor (and personal development junky)
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