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The Self-Acceptance Summit: Volume 1

By: Elizabeth Gilbert,Iyanla Vanzant,Parker J. Palmer PhD,Glennon Doyle,Ruth King,Marianne Williamson,Rick Hanson PhD,Kristin Neff PhD,Richard C. Schwartz PhD,Elizabeth Lesser
Narrated by: Elizabeth Gilbert,Iyanla Vanzant,Parker J. Palmer PhD,Glennon Doyle,Ruth King,Marianne Williamson,Rick Hanson PhD,Kristin Neff PhD,Richard C. Schwartz PhD,Elizabeth Lesser
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Ten Essential Perspectives on the Power of Self-Love 

How often do you hear inner voices saying you’re not good enough, not tough enough, not fit enough? How much time do you spend dwelling on regret, shame, and things you wish you could do over? 

Research shows that when we truly accept ourselves, it changes everything. We become less reactive and more resilient. Our physical health improves. We are capable of deeper and more satisfying relationships.

The Self-Acceptance Summit shows the way toward this most important path of healing and discovery. 

In The Self-Acceptance Summit: Volume One, you’ll find a collection of insights, encouraging voices, and on-the-spot tools to help you transform your relationship with yourself. 

This volume showcases: 

  • Elizabeth Gilbert: “Test Everything Against Love”
  • Iyanla Vanzant: “Know You, Love You … Just as You Are”
  • Parker J. Palmer: “Integrating Our Shadow”
  • Glennon Doyle: “Becoming ‘Fireproof’ and Free from Fear”
  • Ruth King: “Healing Rage: A Gateway to Self-Acceptance”
  • Marianne Williamson: “Accepting Who We Really Are”
  • Rick Hanson, PhD: “Letting in the Good”
  • Kristin Neff, PhD: “Why Self-Compassion Is a More Reliable Friend Than Self-Esteem”
  • Richard Schwartz, PhD: “A Practical Guide to Self-Love and Acceptance”
  • Elizabeth Lesser: “Accepting Self by Accepting ‘The Other’”

Whether you seek health and happiness in your own life or are hoping to be of greater service in the world, your relationship with yourself is always the starting point. With The Self-Acceptance Summit, you’ll learn how accepting yourself—especially those parts you find most shameful or frightening—has a positive impact on nearly every experience in your life. 

Note: This program is a compilation of presentations that were originally offered via the Internet, so some sound inconsistencies may be present. These talks were presented during The Self-Acceptance Summit, hosted in 2017 by Sounds True, and may be listened to in any sequence.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2022 Sounds True (P)2022 Sounds True

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  • 10-12-22

Really bad audio

I couldn’t even listen to more than 10 mins of this book. Elizabeth Hubert is being interviewed in the 1st chapter and it’s like she’s talking down a very bad phone line. I’d actually like my money back please.