The Art of Letting GO: How to Let Go of the Past, Look Forward to the Future, and Finally Enjoy the Emotional Freedom You Deserve!

Finally Let Go of Your Negative Thoughts and Enjoy the Emotional Freedom You Deserve!

Are you struggling with anger, regrets, and resentment? Do you feel emotionally exhausted, stressed, and discouraged by painful memories? Are you holding on to things that are making you feel miserable?

If so, THE ART OF LETTING GO is for you.

Imagine being able to let go of the emotional turmoil that’s burdening you. Imagine being able to finally release the negative thoughts and painful memories that are weighing you down.

THE ART OF LETTING GO gives you a complete toolkit that you can use to overcome the emotional anguish that’s ruining your quality of life.

You’ll learn numerous strategies you can employ to reverse years of negative mental conditioning. You’ll discover how to retrain your brain and jettison crippling thought patterns.

You’ll receive all of the tools you need to finally let go of the emotional anchors that are preventing you from enjoying life to its fullest.

In THE ART OF LETTING GO, you’ll discover:

  • the 20 most common things people hold on to (and endure misery as a result)
  • why it’s so difficult to let go of negative thoughts and painful memories
  • how to revoke your inner critic’s privileges and silence its hurtful voice
  • why we idealize the past and how doing so pushes us to cling to emotional pain in the present (and a technique for short circuiting this process)
  • how trying to make yourself happy is actually causing you to feel unhappy
  • one of the most powerful and simplest ways to let things go (and you can use it immediately!)

PLUS, BONUS MATERIAL: in addition to 21 strategies you can use to confront and finally let go of your negative thoughts and emotions, you’ll also receive 3 BONUS strategies. Few people talk about these 3 tactics, but they work wonders.

Moreover, each strategy comes with an exercise designed to give you an opportunity to put it to immediate use.

If you’re tired of feeling burdened by painful memories, bitterness, regret, shame, and other debilitating emotions, it’s time to make a positive, rewarding change. Grab your copy of THE ART OF LETTING GO today and finally experience the emotional freedom you deserve.

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Meet Damon Zahariades

Amazon bestselling author Damon Zahariades delivers step-by-step, actionable advice on how to increase your productivity, improve your time management, and design a more rewarding lifestyle in the process. His acclaimed action guides are known for providing useful tips and hacks that can be applied immediately.

Silent Retribution Man

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“Instead of Due Process, I give the Process that is Due”

Lionel Seaver has had it with the indecent, arrogant, rude, mean-spirited and for lack of more negative adjectives, pricks in today’s society. Its about time these people get what’s coming to them. And its not just about people who break the law either. It is not always against the law to be a prick, on the contrary, it is often rewarded. The jerks, bullies and greedy don’t go to jail. They use their power and possession to abuse people. Decency and kindness are often viewed a sign of weakness, a trait that can be taken advantage of . Where conscience and law fail to direct people to do the “right” thing, Seaver decides to step in and secretly and violently set them on a different course.

Seaver lost his family, job and identity in society. He embarks on a course to nevertheless create what he deems is a positive existence for himself as Silent Retribution Man. He accomplishes this by systematically stalking and beating people up who do anything from being rude to waiters, to scamming people out of money, to sexually harassing subordinates, to molesting children. Nothing too big or small, whoever has it coming is going to get it.

Lester Burnham in American Beauty was “an ordinary guy with nothing to lose,” Tyler Durden in Fight Club, once he lost “everything was free to do anything,” Seaver is all of the above, and wants to become the guy in the conclusion of the news story that beat the jerk up because he had it coming. The journey is long and Seaver is forced to confront his own conscience, sanity, and ultimately his mortality.