Everything You Need You Have – How to be at home in yourself

How To Be At Home in Your Self

Published by Short Books in Paperback (££9.99) on 07-01-2016

9781780722597This book is not so much about learning something new or finding a new strategy to cope with life. It is aimed rather at showing you how to look at things from a different perspective, and help you uncover the truth: that everything you need to be happy and well, you already have inside. Once you have located this reality within – and live from this place – the change that occurs is both natural and effortless.” Gerad Kite

In this ground breaking book, Gerad Kite – founder of the renowned Kite Clinic in London, and therapy guru to the international elite – offers a dramatic new path to fulfilment for both men and women.  Kite believes that the way we are living today is making us ill. For all the choices we have, for all the improvements in our material lifestyle, people are more unhappy than ever before – because we have lost the ability to tap into our inner selves.

Drawing on the principles of ancient Chinese philosophy and his extensive experience of helping people of all ages and walks of life (including thousands of women with fertility issues), Kite offers a life-changing promise – a route to a state of being that is more authentic, expansive and liberating than anything most people can currently find either in their thoughts or the world around them. 

Everything You Need You Have includes extensive case studies from the Kite Clinic and beyond.




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