Exmouth author’s book to ‘declutter your mind’
- Credit: Amanda Peet
A new book written by an Exmouth emotional freedom technique (EFT) specialist aims to help readers declutter their minds and improve their mental health.
Author Amanda Peet launching her new book Mind your Mind on Friday, February 11.
It’s a handbook that shows the reader how their brain deals with emotions and core beliefs in a non-technical way.
Mind your Mind shows the reader which words to use to release emotions and negative and limiting core beliefs that may be stuck in their subconscious.
People can declutter their brain and update the strategies and beliefs that were put there from when they were as young as 12 months old.
Amanda Peet is a mother-of-one who is an EFT practitioner, and an expert in identifying and releasing emotions and core beliefs.
Amanda has helped clients with a range of difficulties including PTSD and hoarding disorder.
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She is the co-founder of Hoarding Disorders UK (CIC) and contributed to co-director Jo Cooke's book Understanding Hoarding.
Amanda said: “Have you ever had a good declutter of your inbox; of your handbag or the rooms in your house.
“Cleared out the garage and made space?
“It feels good to get rid of the old stuff and make space for new stuff and good things that are a better fit for where you are right now in your life.
“Have you ever done the same thing for your brain? Your subconscious mind can be compared to a hard drive; it stores core beliefs and emotions from days and years gone by.”
Mind Your Mind draws on the science from scientists Dr David Hamilton; Dr Bruce Lipton; Candace B Pert, PhD and Sam Thorpe, the book is jargon-free and gives practical real-life examples that you can relate to.
Amanda added: “Our subconscious mind isn’t born with limiting beliefs.
“Through life events and through growing up we all gather many core beliefs that were perhaps true for us at one time or that we thought were true because of what other people said to us or did to us.”
The book is available from booksellers including Amazon and Waterstones.