The Wisdom of a Cowboy: Crossing the River & Climbing the Mountain
By: Robert A. Wilson Publisher: Inner Circle Publishing, Inc. Publication Date: June 2011 ISBN: 978-1-882918-39-3 Reviewed by: Amy Lignor Review Date: September 10, 2011
There may be many who are reluctant to approach or believe in the world of hypnotherapy; however, this is one `cowboy' who has made a solid, healthy statement about how each and every person in this world can go after - and achieve - their dreams.
With chapters titled Sunrise, Open Range, The Rancher, The Gunfighter, and more, the reader is already drawn into that utopian, `free' world. The reader already senses that amazingly calm moment of being able to sit astride a horse and simply "be." With Robert Wilson's subtle words, a type of tranquility settles over the reader and the tension and stress melts away. And, when one thinks about the world as it is today - full of strife, anger, hostility, and tension - Robert Wilson makes it feel as if the reader is sitting down at a table and having a cup of coffee with a true cowboy. After the first paragraph about life and achieving success, the reader will respond to this man as if he were that iconic cowboy - a man who has seen and fought battles on the open range, but has found a way to separate himself from all the "ridiculousness" going on in the "big, bad world." Which is absolutely true. It is quite easy to see that this cowboy has found a way to enjoy life, work hard, and teach others how to achieve any dream they have.
His chapters are extremely soothing, while at the same time educational.Read more ›
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