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In Is This What I Really Want? Silvia Araya shares her experiences about what it takes to find the relationship you so richly deserve. There is an old saying that relates: Be careful what you ask for because you might get it. Therefore, asking ourselves if what we are after is what we really want is a legitimate and vital question. Using personal stories and examples, Silvia leads readers into exercises to help them develop their genuine selves. Healing the inner child and overcoming old wounds are important ingredients for living a satisfying life. It helps to understand that even the negative things from your past helped make you who you are today. Faith and trust are also needed. Reading this book will give you the skills required to improve your life.
Silvia Araya is a clinical trauma professional, numerologist, and expert on panic attacks. As such, she is well qualified to help you find out who you are and what you want. Silvia shares two basic ways to find the essence of what you want: reconnect to your inner child; go within yourself and listen to your intuition. Leading the reader step-by-step through this path of discovery makes Silvia a great author. Silvia writes so everyone can understand her points; she does not use deep, technical language. This book will be a great resource if you seek answers in your life and what it needs. So many topics are covered that it is impossible to review them all. However, I can say that you will learn a great deal. I spent over forty years counseling and would use Is This What I Really Want? with my clients if I were still in practice.