You're Not Who You Think You Are

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AUTHOR
Albert Clayton Gaulden, James Redfield (Foreword by)
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3,15 MB
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You're Not Who You Think You Are.pdf
ISBN
4126473431978

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Albert Clayton Gaulden -- internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and founder of the Sedona Intensive -- reveals step-by-step how you can live authentically and discover your true self. A leader in the spiritual community, Albert Clayton Gaulden has helped thousands of clients achieve personal growth by harnessing their inner power. In You're Not Who You Think You Are, he uses the same techniques, insights, and exercises to guide readers to a place where they can uncover the obstacles that hinder their fulfillment and find answers to their deepest questions. At a time when so many people are looking to the world around them for spiritual renewal, Gaulden focuses on looking within. In You're Not Who You Think You Are, Gaulden candidly discusses his own path to peace after years of struggling with alcoholism and includes power-ful, inspiring stories from clients who have used his self-healing methods. For all those who are looking for a life filled with lasting joy, You're Not Who You Think You Are is a thoughtful, practical, and endlessly illuminating guide.

We are spiritual beings having a human experience." Tragically, for far too many, this human experience has convinced us that we are our experiences. If we feel sad, we say, "I am sad." With Mocean Melvin, Ken Rogers, Courteney Cox, Julie Bowen.

In You're Not Who You Think You Are ... Albert Clayton Gaulden is widely known for the Sedona Intensive program where he helps people take a good, hard look at themselves and change those behaviors that distract them from living the lives they imagine. Now in his third book, You're Not Who You Think You Are, Albert takes readers on a journey to uncover their true selves. We may think we choose the stories for ourselves, but they aren't original to us.

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