Innately Good Dispelling the Myth That You're Not (Paperback)
|Author: Jan Denise|
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|A guide to happiness and self-love that debunks the societal and religious notions that people are innately flawed.|
From the Publisher:
Do you feel plagued by embarrassment, shame, guilt, or jealousy?|Do you strive for something that will make you happy, yet never seem able to find it?|Do you fear that something is innately wrong with you?
If you are one of the millions struggling with the fear of not being 'good enough,' Innately Good is your guidebook to happiness and self-love. Jan Denise not only identifies the origins of the tainted idea that we're innately flawed, but provides a solid framework to help us undo the damage created by this myth. In Innately Good, Denise reveals how to:
Brimming with bold insight that resonates with our own inner wisdom, Innately Good debunks centuries-old myths about our innate goodness and sets us on the path to a life more fulfilling than we ever dreamed possible.
This self-help book sets out to dispel the belief that people are not innately good and helps readers learn to recognize their own inner goodness and value. Author Jan Denise contends that one must look beyond measuring success in terms of societal goals such as wealth and physical beauty, but rather concentrate on appreciating and nourishing one's own true self in order to achieve feelings of happiness and self-worth.
Customer Reviews of Innately Good
In Innately Good, Jan Denise dispels lies we have believed about ourselves and reveals TRUTHS about who we, deep inside, really are. Having, for over 30 years, read books by such self-help authors as Zig Ziegler, Dwayne Dyer, Eric Butterworth, Maryanne Williamson and countless others of such renown, without hesitation I can say Jan Denise's insights equal those of these authors. She reminds us to trust Love and we will realize then our wholeness, where we "return to our Edenic paradise". For anyone who wants a better, more fulfilling life, indeed a life full of Joy, I strongly recommend reading Jan's writings found in Innately Good.