Healthy Sense of Self Book

$34.99

Become much more fulfilled in yourself and your relationships by restoring a healthy sense of self. In this book Antoinetta Vogels shares how her journey to overcome insomnia led her on a path to self-discovery influenced by Eastern philosophy, traditional psychology, and reflection—through which she developed the Sense of Self theory and method.

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Description

Become much more fulfilled in yourself and your relationships by restoring a healthy  sense of self. In this book Antoinetta Vogels shares how her journey to overcome
insomnia led her on a path to self-discovery influenced by Eastern philosophy, traditional  psychology, and reflection—through which she developed the Sense of Self theory and
method.

Available in both paperback and digital versions compatible with eBook readers, computers, and mobile devices such as Apple’s iPad and other iOS devices, Amazon’s  Kindle, Barnes and Noble’s Nook, Google’s Nexus, and others, we hope this book prepares you to do the work to be true to your Self and make your world a better place.

Additional Details

  • Paperback: 262 pages
  • Title: Healthy Sense of Self – How to be true to your Self and make your world a better place!
  • Author: Antoinetta Vogels
  • Publisher: HealthySenseOfSelf Publications
  • Copyright: 2013
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0615671012
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-615-67101-7
  • Produce Dimensions: ⅝” x 8″ x 10″
  • Shipping Weight: 1.89 pounds
  • Printed: United States of America

More About the Author

Antoinetta Vogels is the Founder & CEO of HealthySenseOfSelf, LLC, creator of the Sense of Self Method, a Self-help Program for People who Want to Get a Good Night’s Sleep No Matter What!

In 2013, Antoinetta published her first book, Healthy Sense of Self- How to be True to Your Self and Make Your World a Better Place! Through HealthySenseOfSelf, LLC,

Antoinetta offers education on what can go wrong with our relationship to the Self and others, when, in early childhood, we are not acknowledged as the autonomous person we truly are.

Antoinetta was born in the Netherlands right after World War II. She remembers clearly her firm decision as a little girl that she had to do something to an end to war. It is her deepest desire to create a better world by inspiring people to work on improving their own lives.

Being an accomplished bassoonist in several renowned classical orchestras in the Netherlands for 18 years turned out to be the background Antoinetta needed to get the full understanding of her inner workings which formed the foundation of the SoS Method.

Shortly after becoming a mother, Antoinetta was suddenly wrought with mysterious onset of severe insomnia that led to early retirement from her musical career. Antoinetta’s journey began with the intention to determine the underlying cause of this predicament
that plagued her for over 25 years.

Through continuous introspection, self-observation, and research Antoinetta identified behavior patterns that ultimately led to developing the Sense of Self Method. She was able to correlate the importance of a healthy Sense of Self to successfully managing many physical, emotional, psychological, and social issues.

“A healthy Sense of Self is the backbone of the human psyche. Without it a person skips his/her own life all together.”

“My passion lies in sharing with as many people as possible that a healthy Sense of Self is a crucial asset for people who want to live life to the fullest and that happy and independent people contribute to expanding peace in the world at large.”

Customer Reviews

“…a beautiful umbrella for the healing of all kinds of ailments and suffering.” – Paul Korman, Chief Innovation Officer, Coöperatieve Vereniging BLESSING U.A.

“…Ms. Vogels helps people rediscover their own internal spirit and mental consciousness.” – Dr. Chongyun Liu, OMD, LAc., Professor at Bastyr University

“…not only entertaining and engaging, but offers deep insight and practical wisdom that could be of benefit to so many people.” – Melanie Bigalke, Bainbridge Graduate Institute