Thursday, 1 September 2011

New personal development book 'Discover Your Hidden Memory' can help you strengthen your relationships, improve your decision making and achieve more


New personal development book Discover Your Hidden Memory & Find the Real You can help you strengthen your relationships, improve your decision making and achieve more. Written by Dr Menis Yousry, a psychologist and psychotherapist with 15 years experience in the NHS, this book has been described by DJ Danny Rampling as: ‘a powerful and positively life-enhancing book delivered with both insight and compassio}.’ In the book Dr Yousry explains how your early unconscious memories impact the decisions you make now and provides exercises to help you uncover your hidden memory.

Discover Your Hidden Memory & Find the Real You By Dr Menis Yousry (Hay House, 15th September 2011, £10.99 pb - also available as an e-book). Watch a short video of Dr Yousry discussing the book.

From before each of us was born and up to a young age, our experiences of the world and of our parents have shaped us in ways we do not even realise. As children our brains were not developed enough to make sense of our early experiences and so these become unresolved, unconscious memories. Today as adults some of our responses to situations and events are reactions to a past that no longer exists. They have become automatic protective reflexes that can prevent us from achieving what we really want and impact on our relationships with others.

In Discover Your Hidden Memory & Find the Real You Dr Menis Yousry reveals the powerful, invisible waves of influence that inform our actions, bind us to the past and hold us back in our present. He outlines simple but effective exercises to identify exactly how our actions today are connected to our early childhood experiences and our relationships with our parents, as well as to past generations, history and culture.

An exploration of human consciousness, the book, is split into two parts. Part I looks at the conflict between our intentions and what we achieve, examining: how our social brain makes us who we think we are; why our beliefs are stronger than reality and the relationship between belief and memory. Part II outlines Dr Yousry’s healing process and includes exercises and tools to help you uncover your hidden memory and find the real you.

Dr Menis Yousry is the founder and facilitator of the Essence Foundation. He was born and grew up in Cairo, settling in London in 1974. A family & systemic psychotherapist and psychologist, he has worked with tens of thousands of people worldwide, designing and facilitating highly practical, experiential self-development courses.

Dr Yousry left his post as a senior family therapist with the NHS after 15 years in order to focus completely on bringing his work to a wider audience through the Essence Foundation. In his work Dr Yousry draws on his experience in the fields of human potential, social change, culture, psychology, art, psychotherapy, spirituality and academic research into memory, brain studies and biology.

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