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Following on from the success of Reinvent Me, life coach Camilla Sacre-Dallerup turns her attention to self-love and self-care. In this new programme, Camilla will show you how to recognize, pay attention to, and use this new found confidence to love yourself as well as others.
"The lessons I've learned from Camilla have touched my life deeply, and I've been in awe as I've watched her transform from a glittering TV star to shining her light and spreading her message in the world in an altogether more meaningful way. It's Not You, It's Me will shift your perception. The only question you need to ask yourself is are you ready?" - Alison Tay Editor-in-Chief Grazia Middle East
All the challenges we face in our lives present us with an opportunity to learn, evolve and grow as people. Holding on to patterns from the past creates blocks; these can make us feel stuck and unworthy of love and respect. In It's Not You, It's Me, Camilla uses a series of targeted questions followed by exercises, tips and techniques to help the reader explore and release their old patterns and blocks so that they can move forward in their lives. Camilla will explore -
• Perception and projection
• Being enough
• Validating yourself
• Letting go of judgement
• Standing in your power
This book is a reminder to us all that we are worthy enough and that we do not need to wait for outside validation to feel whole and healed within. By taking responsibility for our situation we can heal the most important relationship - the one we have with ourselves. In doing this, we unlock our true potential and step into our light.
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About the Author
Camilla Sacre-Dallerup is an author, life coach and mindful living expert. She is an NLP master practitioner coach, certified hypnotherapist and a popular meditation teacher at both Unplug Meditation and The Den in Los Angeles.Before she started her life coaching and motivational speaking business in the UK eight years ago, she spent over 25 years as a successful competitive athlete in the world of ballroom dancing. Camilla was part of the original cast of Strictly Come Dancing. After winning the trophy in 2008, she left to focus on her wellbeing business.