Books by Amanda Owen

The Power of Receiving: A Revolutionary Approach to Giving Yourself the Life You Want and Deserve
You probably already know that reducing stress is a good thing. Yet, in a world that has elevated busyness to a virtue and has convinced you that doing for others is more important than giving to yourself, how do you make time for you? For exhausted people everywhere who overextend their giving and wonder when they will find the time take a nap, let alone achieve their dreams, The Power of Receiving presents a revolutionary message—the world gives only what you can receive.

Author Amanda Owen demonstrates that when you put the power of receiving into practice, you not only create greater balance in your life and relationships, you give yourself the key that unlocks the door to your hopes, goals and dreams. The Power of Receiving offers a unique vision for anyone seeking to create greater reciprocity in their relationships and more harmony and abundance in their lives.  Read more

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Born to Receive: 7 Powerful Steps Women Can Take Today to Reclaim Their Half of the Universe
While it takes only a village to raise a child, it seems to take an entire industry of self-help books, retreats, workshops, seminars, spas, life coaches and counselors, to raise the self-esteem of a woman. Too many of us are emotionally fragile and excessively focused on our weight, appearance, and self-esteem. This causes us to be overly dependent on the approval of others, which in turn fuels a frenetic, multitasking lifestyle. And even though we know that stress, unhealthy habits, and preoccupation with our self-esteem and appearance are not helping us, we are not changing. Why?

Our quest for a balanced life collides with a culture that has convinced us that doing for others and pleasing them is more important than paying attention to our own needs. Add to this, the prevailing cultural paradigm that encourages competition—a way of life that does not generally appeal to women as we tend to be more inclusive in our thinking and more relational in our activities. So, how are we to become whole, balanced individuals when so many of our efforts are directed toward other people?  Read more

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