• “I love this book more than I have words for. It is so important and so beautifully articulated, and I am SO thrilled someone in the world has said these things out loud so that other people in the world (like me) can heal themselves. You’re a gifted writer and communicator. I’m so thrilled for you, and for me that gets to read it and learn some super important and life-changing things.”

    Susan Hayden Writer, Blogger
  • Eilat, the way you write wreathes the reader in love. What I mean is this is not just a theoretical instruction about love, but actually an experience of the thing. And I love your personal sharing. We readers love to get personal with the writer!

    Adaya Rohloff Physiotherapist and Healer
  • Eilat’s “if I Loved Myself” is not just a book that you will read once and leave on your book shelf along with all your other self-help titles. It is a tool that you will come to use and refer to over and over, as it takes you on a transformation towards your truth and authenticity. As you make your way through the book, it will feel as if your own personal therapist or life coach is walking alongside you, anticipating each step of this new practice. The words flow from the page with a sincerity and understanding of the challenges we face as we start asking the question “if I loved myself, what would I choose to do now”. We’re guided through these challenges with incremental steps that build on each other whilst maintaining the singular focus of TRUTH. This process allows for confidence to be built gradually, rather than asking the reader to take a big fearful step into the scary unknown. Eilat transfers her years of knowledge and wisdom over to the reader in bite size chapters with links to meditations, summaries and exercises to cement this new learning. If you are ready to meet your most authentic self, this book will indeed be your ultimate guide.

    Nas Sydow Founder of Forever Playful
  • Dearest Eilat This is an important book. Thank you for writing it. I was not only moved by the exercises and content, but also challenged in the most gentle loving way. And the ripple of the book has continued even when I stopped reading. I have just finished reading the money chapter. I’m on the plane, I am sitting here above the clouds as the sun sets and the final line, ‘If I loved myself, how would I create the feeling of wealth for myself in this moment?’ has me in tears of wealthy gratitude. You have a way of lifting veils, of shifting perspectives, of connecting mind, body and soul. I have found myself more in tune with people since reading the book and the refrain, ‘if you loved yourself what would you choose to do now?’ rolls off my tongue. It has been gently embedded into my psyche like a refrain in a song. So your book ripples on, long past reading, as I’m sure is your intention.

    Elizabeth Nadler-Nir Founder of The Reading Gym
  • This manuscript has introduced a simple but profound concept into my life, one that I now refer to daily. Eilat’s voice is practical, down-to-earth and relatable, and reading the book feels as easy and inspiring as having a chat with a loving friend. You know you are on-board when you find yourself rushing to the “Parenting” chapter in a moment of conflict over breakfast cereal with your 6 year old, observing your spending habits to uncover your self-love values and choosing your dinner based on self-love rather than calories … Eilat’s acute observations about human behaviour illuminate what’s really going on – the happy result is a release from guilt and negativity, and a move closer to joy. I cannot wait for this book to be more widely available – the message is relevant in different ways to everyone in my life.

    Nicola Rijsdijk Editor
  • I’m using this tool all day. Last night when I was tempted to have a second plate of food even though I was full, it was ‘If you loved yourself, what would you choose right now?’ And then it helped me from feeling terribly guilty about not attending a school meeting because I was utterly exhausted. What I would choose if I loved myself was to stay at home with my family and eat a plate of nourishing food and be still. So that’s what I did. I had to remind myself a few times before the discomfort went away but it really, really worked :-))

  • Eilat strikes the perfect balance between being utterly engaging and accessible, and a no-nonsense expert in the exciting (and sometimes excruciating) journey to loving and knowing our true selves. Packaged as it is, this book – built on one easy-to-use and unforgettable question – offers enough depth to bring about profound personal growth, but Eilat takes it further, and straight to the heart, with her multi-media offering, including downloads, meditations and, of course, the gift of her guiding light in an in-person session. If you love yourself, read this book. (Although I’m sure someone’s already said that!)

    Lucy Olden Founder - Earthskills Africa
  • I think Parenting is one of my very best chapters. In those crazy chaotic irrational parenting moments, my phrase was always "design flaw" - it is a design flaw that kids are most demanding and out of control when both you and they are tired, etc. That chapter has expanded my paradigm to include the greater teaching those moments provide. And I feel quite normal now. And I love your sense of humour here.

  • I'm noticing the words "your truth" and "loving yourself" coming up in therapy with my clients more as I'm reading your book... so nice bringing it into the forefront of work focus again.


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