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What's keeping you from reaching your goals - is it time? Money? Support? According to Raphael Cushnir, it's none of the above. The answer lies in your resistance to a specific set of emotions unique to your life experience. On The One Thing Holding You Back, this emerging voice in contemporary spirituality presents an audio adaptation of his groundbreaking work, offering you an audio program of common-sense teachings and practices to help you identify, fully feel, and release your resisted emotions for inner peace, renewed energy and creativity, better relationships and more.

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Not a positive-self-affirmations kind of book

Even if you're not able to get all that excited about how Cushnir presents his info, which is a bit reminiscent of Stuart Smiley, or about the book title, which one could take to mean: if you just do this one thing then all your troubles will be solved, he is onto something here. Cushnir has come to understand a specific attribute of human nature and is presenting it here. Not only does his discovery work in accordance with empirical science data and with many recent discoveries in the field of Psychology, it just makes sense.

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