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Michael Adamedes has been a clinical psychotherapist in private practice since 1982. He is an astute detective of the unconscious mind and has created and developed Dysfunctional Pattern Clearing, a therapy for releasing a person’s negative psychological and emotional patterns. Many of his clients have experienced a transformation from being alone and unhappy to falling in love and finding their soul mate, from never having a cent in the bank to being able to buy investment properties, or from being constantly disillusioned with life to being vital and happy.
By 2004, Michael came to the conclusion that any unhappiness or stress is the result of just three categories of self-limiting beliefs. His remarkable discovery is revealed to the general public for the first time in this book. Michael explains the origins of this book, “In August 2008, while conducting a personal development retreat in Bali, I sat down at my laptop and the skeleton of the book emerged effortlessly over the next three days. At times, during the writing process, I had tears of joy as the power of the words overcame me. I showed my draft to my friend and colleague, Robert Prior, and together we developed it into a powerful yet simple tool that we hope will transform the lives of people across the world.”
Robert Prior is the founder of a leading Australian tuition college for secondary school students. He is a brilliant and inspiring mathematics teacher, logical and thorough, while also being creative and fun. One of his greatest strengths is the ability to make complex matters seem simple. Robert is also a musician and composer and has promoted the Australian tours of a number of international musicians.
In late 1991, during a period of major emotional upheaval, Robert turned to self-help books, self-examination, meditation and the guidance of inspirational people. According to Robert, “For most of my life, I had been operating predominantly on logic and rationality. However, because that approach was no longer making me happy, I made a commitment to finding a deep and lasting inner peace.” At one particularly difficult time, Robert was referred to Michael Adamedes for counselling. He found Michael’s innovative techniques so effective that he quickly found he no longer needed therapy. Robert and Michael forged a deep friendship and began collaborating on various personal development projects, culminating in this wonderful, uplifting book.
I have had multiple chances to encounter various therapy books and "Say Hello to Happiness" is definitely a unique and effective one amongst them. Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by Angela Ju
Out of all of the "daily" affirmations materials I have, I really went through this one all the way! It's terrific! Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Melanie Lane
As a university student, it is very easy to fall into the stress and despair of exams or failing to be accepted into a course of your choice but this is where the book steps... Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Eddy
I found ‘Say Hello to Happiness’ to be a very inspiring read. It contains intriguing concepts about personal interpretations behind thoughts and feelings, and how the guided... Read morePublished on July 23, 2013 by Kallista
Say Hello to Happiness is an extraordinary book that uplifts the mood after a read.
The authors Michael Adamedes and Robert Prior have evidently put a lot of work into... Read more
THIS REVIEW IS BY- KOLONA.
I am 75 years old. I have recently been through difficult times in my life, fighting breast cancer and the loss of my husband. Read more
Say Hello to Happiness takes innovative and groundbreaking psychotherapy and integrates this into an easy to follow 31 day program. Read morePublished on June 18, 2013 by Justin
What I really liked about the book is how accessible it is in terms of the English level. I enjoyed it and I'm sure teenagers and people with lower English levels could enjoy it... Read morePublished on June 18, 2013 by Elizabeth
One of the most profound books I have read in a long, long time! The simplicity of the message and joyful illustrations really have enriched my perspective on life. Read morePublished on June 18, 2013 by Chris