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Invisible Warfare
by Mona Miller




Overview -
Invisible Warfare is the battle inside your head that you don t see- that triggers the confrontations you experience daily-not only with yourself but with others. We have been programmed to do what we are told. It s time to ask questions and replace worn-out programs with new ones. You do this with your computer, don t you? Why not with yourself? Take this amazing journey from internal power struggles to enlightenment. All in one book. Using unconventional tools such as rinsing and invented language such as emotional hostages of love, Miller breaks through preconceived notions of how things should be-with music, writing and original exercises that engage the subconscious and emotional cores. Central to the process of communication is recognizing three levels of self-worth that dictate whether or not you engage in personal war. -Low ego, which makes you feel powerless -High ego, which makes you feel powerful -Spirit or centeredness, which empowers you. Can we honestly complain about the world s wars when we, ourselves, are polluting our lives with internal battles? If we want to change, we need to step outside the way we think and feel And go beyond what we know.sm See challenges as messages make invisible warfare visible in order to achieve wisdom from truth. In addition to the guidance provided in the book, Invisible Warfare, Miller has created a workbook full of corresponding exercises and journaling: Invisible Warfare, Special Workbook Edition and music CD, Something I ve Gotta Trust, engages the reader in outside the box processing. All three products are available in a bundled package. Miller is also the singer/songwriter for the inspiring children s CD, Pick Me Up Blues. About the Author: In her new book Invisible Warfare, Mona Miller helps you locate these roots and provides seeds that await planting in the thoughts and feelings of readers who want to stop the war in their lives. Knowledge that war begins in each of us innocently and early before we have control over what we learn, will enable us to develope the ability to see the signs and stop the war before it starts. As CEO of the Communication Arts Company, Miller has successfully delivered the Invisible Warfare program for more than 15 years with her communication- consulting clients, which include individuals, corporate CEO s, business owners and entertainment industry movers 3/4 all who take their new found freedom, confidence and clarity into the workforce in the public and private sectors. Whether a person is a high net worth individual or a referral from the Los Angeles County Family Court, Miller discovered that conflicts at all levels of society find their origin in the private life and history of the individual. As her clients begin to confront and dismantle the internal battles and confrontations, their lives take on a new level of success and harmony. Miller is a former guest lecturer on Communications in Family Owned Businesses with the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California and a former performing artist on television and the stage. She combines both left-brain logic through intellectual learning and right-brain feeling and creativity through writing and with the companion music CD, Something I ve Gotta Trust. Miller is also the singer/songwriter for the inspiring children s CD, Pick Me Up Blues.

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Overview

Invisible Warfare is the battle inside your head that you don t see- that triggers the confrontations you experience daily-not only with yourself but with others. We have been programmed to do what we are told. It s time to ask questions and replace worn-out programs with new ones. You do this with your computer, don t you? Why not with yourself? Take this amazing journey from internal power struggles to enlightenment. All in one book. Using unconventional tools such as rinsing and invented language such as emotional hostages of love, Miller breaks through preconceived notions of how things should be-with music, writing and original exercises that engage the subconscious and emotional cores. Central to the process of communication is recognizing three levels of self-worth that dictate whether or not you engage in personal war. -Low ego, which makes you feel powerless -High ego, which makes you feel powerful -Spirit or centeredness, which empowers you. Can we honestly complain about the world s wars when we, ourselves, are polluting our lives with internal battles? If we want to change, we need to step outside the way we think and feel And go beyond what we know.sm See challenges as messages make invisible warfare visible in order to achieve wisdom from truth. In addition to the guidance provided in the book, Invisible Warfare, Miller has created a workbook full of corresponding exercises and journaling: Invisible Warfare, Special Workbook Edition and music CD, Something I ve Gotta Trust, engages the reader in outside the box processing. All three products are available in a bundled package. Miller is also the singer/songwriter for the inspiring children s CD, Pick Me Up Blues. About the Author: In her new book Invisible Warfare, Mona Miller helps you locate these roots and provides seeds that await planting in the thoughts and feelings of readers who want to stop the war in their lives. Knowledge that war begins in each of us innocently and early before we have control over what we learn, will enable us to develope the ability to see the signs and stop the war before it starts. As CEO of the Communication Arts Company, Miller has successfully delivered the Invisible Warfare program for more than 15 years with her communication- consulting clients, which include individuals, corporate CEO s, business owners and entertainment industry movers 3/4 all who take their new found freedom, confidence and clarity into the workforce in the public and private sectors. Whether a person is a high net worth individual or a referral from the Los Angeles County Family Court, Miller discovered that conflicts at all levels of society find their origin in the private life and history of the individual. As her clients begin to confront and dismantle the internal battles and confrontations, their lives take on a new level of success and harmony. Miller is a former guest lecturer on Communications in Family Owned Businesses with the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California and a former performing artist on television and the stage. She combines both left-brain logic through intellectual learning and right-brain feeling and creativity through writing and with the companion music CD, Something I ve Gotta Trust. Miller is also the singer/songwriter for the inspiring children s CD, Pick Me Up Blues.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780978665203
  • ISBN-10: 0978665201
  • Publisher: Communication Arts Company
  • Publish Date: February 2007
  • Page Count: 456
  • Dimensions: 9.26 x 6.16 x 0.98 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.43 pounds


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