Self-worth is a little different to self-esteem. Self-worth is an inner, emotional sense of being good enough and worthy of love from others… but when our self-worth is battered and bruised, we’re going to find it difficult to love and accept ourselves. Whether we realise it or not, the biggest cause of habitual low self-worth is rejection… be it from our childhood or more recent times. We might believe that we’ve moved on from ‘all of that’, but if we’re still struggling to view ourselves as worthy of genuine love and happiness, you can bet your bottom dollar that there are still some critical voices whispering away at the back of our mind!
Of course, the most destructive form of rejection is self-rejection; luckily, that is something we definitely have the power to change. The Build Your Self-Worth and Learn to Love Yourself a Whole Lot More guided journal/notebook is fun, straightforward, and easy to use.
What is holding me back? The Pain Of Rejection
Quit Rejecting Yourself
Communicate With Yourself In A More Compassionate Way
Identify What You Want
Notice Your Progression
Black and white interior, 151 pages.
Kindle – £1.95 (118 pages) Paperback – £5.95 (116 pages)
Can we believe that life continues after death? And if so, do we lose our sense of individual ‘self’, our character and personality? Or, is it simply the beginning of the next phase for each and every one of us… all unique souls, in our own right? Leanne Halyburton worked as a medium for 25 years and, ‘Our Life Beyond Death – An Incredible Journey’, is a collection of her perceptions, observations, and conclusions. She doesn’t attempt to convert you or persuade you to see life beyond death in the same way that she does – she only wants to share with you her absolute belief in the continued consciousness of the human soul, and why she believes that ‘life’ and ‘death’ are inextricably linked. A straightforward and thought-provoking read which includes a selection of heartwarming stories about those who have ‘passed’. Leanne has always been fascinated by the essence of communicating souls, has always wanted to understand more about who they were and still are, even though they are no longer with us in the physical sense… something she endeavours to bring to life within the pages of this engaging book. Revised edition.
Kindle – £1.95 (110 pages) Paperback – £5.95 (133 pages)
Isn’t ‘dead’ a harsh way of referring to those we have loved, but whose time in this physical world has come to an end? Of course it is… and the title of this book is intended to be a little tongue-in-cheek! Meanings of the word dead include, “no longer living, deprived of life, lifeless”; however, anyone who has ever experienced even the briefest of connections with a loved one who has – how shall we say it? – gone ahead, will know that those descriptions have nothing to do with human souls! After all, how can something that is ‘lifeless’ communicate with us? How can it be sensed, and felt? The answer is, it can’t. Only something that is life-filled can do those things. Just because one physical journey has come to a conclusion, it doesn’t mean that the story is over. A page, maybe… but definitely not the whole story.
However, in this book, the term ‘dead’ doesn’t just refer to those souls we have known, loved, and lost. Connections are sometimes made with souls we have never met… and, of course, it wouldn’t make sense not to talk about spirit guides!
How The ‘Dead’ Connect With Us – And Vice Versa, explores the different ways in which ‘they’ can connect with us, and us with them. Leanne Halyburton writes in her customary candid, down-to-earth way, weaving warmth – and a touch of humour – throughout the pages. She reassures and encourages, whilst approaching certain subjects in a rational way, including:
★ Intuitive development
★ Spirit guides
★ Trapped energetic ‘recordings’
The first chapter from, Our Life Beyond Death – An Incredible Journey
Two beautiful, heartfelt poems.
If you are looking for a fascinating, easy read that will leave you with a little food for thought, whilst reassuring you that you are NOT going crazy when you experience a spontaneous connection with a lost loved one, then, How The ‘Dead’ Connect With Us – And Vice Versa, might just be worth a try!
Kindle – £1.65 (104 pages) Paperback – £4.95 (115 pages)
Contains some strong language. Daniel Jackson was an ordinary 15-year-old boy, with his whole life ahead of him… until he forgot to look both ways, running into the pathway of a car that catapulted him into a whole new existence. Surprised that he still felt very much ‘alive’, and that being dead was actually quite pleasant, Daniel slowly began to adjust to his new ‘life’, with a lot of help from a very surprising source. And then he found them – his beloved grandparents, Bill and Brenda… and other souls he somehow ‘knew’, without having any memory of them! Daniel learned how to communicate in a non-physical world and how to visit his grieving loved ones, reaching out to his devastated mother through her dreams. But even death has its dark side, as he was to discover, on a disturbing visit to a place in which the lost souls hideout until choosing to be rescued. Daniel’s story is inspired by the observations and experiences of author Leanne Halyburton, a retired medium… and it ends not with an ending, but with a new beginning! Warm characters, love, laughter, lessons, and a few tears: Daniel’s fascinating experience of life beyond life! Fast-paced novella.
Kindle edition £1.45 (108 pages) Paperback – £3.95 (102 pages)
Do our deceased loved ones play tricks on us and hide objects?
Do those who have passed under traumatic circumstances remain connected to the location of their death?
Is ghost hunting harmless… or dangerous?
Should we be afraid of ‘unfriendly’ paranormal visitors?
These and other questions are addressed in this entertaining, thought-provoking book, written by professional intuitive consultant Leanne Halyburton… who also invites you to ponder subjects such as energetic recordings, poltergeist activity, and ‘good’ and ‘bad spirits’… a veritable paranormal feast! An easy, fascinating read you’ll find yourself whizzing through – and one which is either going to confirm or challenge what you currently believe to be true!