Ernest Holm Svendsen

How to end the stories that screw top your life

End Your Stressful Stories Now!

Who would you be without your stories?
What would it be like to let go of your stressful thoughts and limiting beliefs?
How would your relationships change if you could meet others with an open mind?

In this practical and straight-forward book, bestselling author Ernest Holm Svendsen takes you on a step-by-step journey to transform your thinking and end your stressful thoughts. Tap into the age-old process of self-inquiry and learn how to master The Work of Byron Katie – a profound tool for questioning your limiting and painful beliefs to find peace, freedom and a deep connection with yourself.

Learn how to:

  • Use the powerful method of self-inquiry known as The Work of Byron Katie to end your limiting and stressful thoughts
  • Transform your relationships by turning your projections around
  • Convert your negative and judgmental thinking into a tool for authentic inner peace
  • Step into your true integrity

How to End the Stories that Screw Up Your Life takes you to the root cause of all your obstacles – your own thinking – and shows you how to transform it. Not by force or control but by a deep process of inquiry that reveals the hidden structures of your mind and allows you to outgrow the invisible restraints of your own limiting thoughts. Undo your negative thinking and experience what it’s like to show up in the world as a kinder, more spontaneous, peaceful and happy human being.

The process in this book is the end of your battle with life. It’s the opening of your heart and the reconnection to an innocence most of us thought we had lost forever.

“I was totally unaware of this kind of inquiry into one’s belief of what is true. Never heard of The Work of Byron Katie. Ernest Holm Svendsen has written a book that is eye-opening and enlightening.”

“Ernest Holm Svendsen has taken what is an indescribably deep, life-altering experience of internal reflection (Inquiry) and made it easy and approachable for everyone to practice.”