The following book is broken up into six different pieces that create an interesting alternative to other therapeutical books. In the first part, readers are treated to the creative story of Mad Jack and his journey down rabbit holes of information and revelation. The second part deals with the mental disorder of anger and its residual disorders anxiety, bi-Polar behavior, depression and frustrations. In part three, readers learn about the consequences of anger and the related disorders. Part four exposes the consciousness and the sub-conscious, while part five provides an insight into the Cure (Affirmations for Conscious co-creating). These five parts are then followed by a workbook which includes practical applications with 28 exercises. Each exercise consist of two to six treatments, and each treatment consists of four steps.
The readers of “Mad Jack and The Rabbit Holes” by James Winborne are invited to a special journey. They follow Mad Jack down the rabbit holes and learn how to become conscious co-creators along the way. The book’s focus is on anger management, but can also be used to learn how to deal with any emotional, physical or financial disorder. It is an instrument used for the development from a person that suffers from seemingly random emotions to the manager of “I am”. After following Jack’s story and working through the exercises, readers will have a much better understanding how where their negative emotions come from, and how they can work through them.
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