How can we free ourselves from mental suffering? How can we unlock what the poet William Blake referred to as “the mind-forged manacles” - those unhelpful, unfounded and inflexible habits of thought which keep us from reaching our true creative potential?
This book provides practical advice on how to achieve this.
But it also offers an imaginative holistic theoretical framework for an understanding of the nature of the universe, the psychological history of the human race and the meaning of life.
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Customer ReviewsSee All
A good self learning book.
I love this book! Definitely recommend this quick easy to read insightful ebook!
Thank you for the information and knowledge shared in this book! Good job!
The 1000 Yard Stare
Written from a logical, pragmatic viewpoint illustrating the realities and associated rationale, giving extended pause for thought and dissection. Given my proclivity for experiencing grand mal epileptic seizures, your words and thoughts take on an entirely new meaning. Hence the extenda-stares. Times for thought and periods of self-realization. Superb. Bravo. What's next?
Just okay- it's free.
It was okay. I expected it to be more of his experiences and recovery.
Too much sex talk, I did not find that interesting especially when it is combined with chapters regarding God.