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Build Consciousness by Expanding Awareness was borne from a heart-to-heart conversation between a loving grandmother and her adult grandson. It quickly grew into powerful lessons about the human experience, society’s collective consciousness, and incredibly powerful anecdotes about the search for meaning. The lessons, in-depth discussions, and life-changing essays serve as a guide for all who want to build their consciousness to live a more fulfilled and well-rounded life. Each chapter speaks to finding inner wisdom, breaking free from distortions of the ego, connecting with consciousness through expanding awareness so that we may transcend negative patterns, letting go of bad habits, relinquish limiting beliefs, and expand our potential.
Filled with insights, unique perspectives, inspiration, philosophy, science, mysticism, and quotes from prominent figures from all ages, around the globe, this book highlights mindful practices and methodologies that serve as a road map for your personal development and journey to expanding your awareness and creating a strong foundation for your personal consciousness. No matter who you are or what line of work you’re in, you will find value in this journey. Not only will it expand your awareness and build your consciousness, but it will increase your ability to focus on your physical energies, relationships, business environment and abilities, thoughts, and activities. This will help you discover new levels of surrender and openness.
Listen to the stories and essays. Let the magnitude of what you’re absorbing push you to dig deeper, adapt, and live the happy life you’ve always craved!
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- Donna Yazbek
Very disappointed, not what I was expecting !
The reader did a good job, content was very basic and disjointed, I think had been presented in a different way in some kind of order this book would have made sense. I really wanted to get some more information on the subject.