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Your Body Believes Every Word You Say

by Barbara Hoberman Levine

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0883312190, Paperback)

This is the long-awaited, expanded, redesigned, reader-friendly Second Edition of the best-selling, critically acclaimed first book describing the language link between mind and body. This Second Edition contains 100 extra pages of information plus an extensive resource list, index and instructions for 53 self-help experiences.

Watch what you say! is not just a phrase for the children in your life. This book thoroughly examines the link between language and disease. Levine teaches "Verbal Hygiene" to avoid dis-easing language that sabotages wellness. She traces common phrases like "that breaks my heart" and "it's a pain in the butt" to the underlying beliefs on which they are based and the symptoms they cause. Readers learn to decode physical sensations and discover their underlying Core Beliefs and Seedthoughts.

Levine writes from her own experience having brain surgery to remove a tumor AND includes information from experts in psychology, religion and medicine plus an article by Bernie Siegel on Dreams And Drawings. Levine shows that our physical symptoms may result from using dis-easing language. AND she teaches readers how to use language to EASE symptoms and improve their health and well-being.

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