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The True You: following your True Self on a Journey of Spiritual Awakening Paperback – June 16, 2015
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About the Author
Mark Reed is a deeply loved and loving spiritual practitioner, counselor, teacher, and pray-er, licensed by the Centers for Spiritual Living. He is a dedicated student of “The Science of Mind,” “A Course in Miracles” and the 12 Steps, and has taught many classes on affirmative prayer, oneness, mental discipline, ego relinquishment, visioning, meditation, and spiritual development. He is also a veteran web designer, email marketing pioneer, inspiring Facebook presence and blogger, and has written a myriad of spiritual self-help articles for publication. His interests are helping others know their own spiritual truth and writing about himself in the third person. Mark’s spiritual home is the West Valley Center for Spiritual Living in Peoria, AZ and he and his beautiful wife, Dora, reside in nearby Avondale. You can contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org and pursue your True You-ness at facebook.com/followthetrueyou.
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"The True You, following your True Self on a journey of Spiritual Awakening" reinforced my belief that an Infinite Intelligence permeates the Universe and resides within each of us. It reinforced my beliefs about consciousness and awareness. But it also brought me up short when I realized how often I've been letting my ego sabotage my inner peace, my belief systems.
Starting immediately, when I find myself experiencing negative emotional responses to situations at work or elsewhere, I am going to ask myself, "is this my Truth? Does this support who I want to be or what I want to do? Does this thought jive with who I really am?"
Ideas that can immediately be applied, such as those in the preceding lines, are one of three things that make this book outstanding.
The second is that it is authentic. Mark Reed doesn't just write about what others have written or told him - he has "walked his talk," having overcome a great dependence on alcohol and what sounded almost like hopelessness as he wrote about a given period of time in his life, and eventually transforming into the spiritual leader that he is today.
Third, throughout the book, there are sub-chapters - not just a few quotes - but sections of chapters called "The Power of We," written by guest writers. Thus, readers not only have the privilege of learning about the wisdom gained by Mark Reed on his spiritual journey, they have the added value of writings shared by nine additional spiritual leaders as well.
The rating I am giving this book is a resounding, "5!"