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You Are the Awakening Paperback – December 31, 2015
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There are many people in the alternative media/research community that are putting out good information, without a doubt. Then, there is an even smaller amount of individuals putting out even better information. Zen Gardner is part of the latter.
For years, Zen Gardner has made it a mission of writing information in a manner that's truthful, sobering, and yet, empowering. What makes his work so great is that he distills everything down in a narrow approach that not only helps individuals see the incoming tyrannical onslaught for what it is, but he does so in a manner that does not instill fear, but responsibility rather.
In You Are The Awakening, Zen Gardner showcases many of his best essays in an easy to read format that helps shed light on many pressing issues individuals/society faces.
Zen's inspiring spirit flows through his writings, and his work has helped inspire many individuals to live a more authentic, well rounded and purposeful life.
Throughout the book, issue after issue is explored, and details into how our reality is being manipulated are gazed into in a salient fashion. The author isn't afraid to call it how he sees it, which is always greatly appreciated, but he also helps individuals not panic. Instead, Zen is all about rousing action through self awareness and deep ruminations.
In some ways, his work reads like a personal diary, like gazing at the realm of thoughts of another individual. It's not exactly like that, but you definitely get a feel of a genuine commitment to making individuals stronger, and making the world a better place. And that's certainly not something we witness every day.
To that effect, Zen often brings issues down to a local, community, and individual level, which is where the rubber meets the road. That's where we each individually have the most power, and that's where we can see an individual-driven tsunami of change growing, and how it will continue to grow over time with every positive action we take.
If you've read Zen's work, you will appreciate this book greatly. And if you haven't, this is an excellent starting point to help yourself gaze through the lens of an individual that has made it his life mission to help empower others to reach their inherent maximum innermost potential. What's not to love about that?
- Zy Marquiez