How to be YOU! A Winner's Guide to Self-Empowerment, Second Edition

How to be YOU! A Winner's Guide to Self-Empowerment, Second Edition

by david laing
     
 

You have inner powers. You use them every day, mostly to defeat yourself. This book shows you how to use those same powers to bring health, happiness, and prosperity into your life. Regardless of how beaten-down or hard-done-by you may feel, the real truth about you, no matter who you are, is that you are a dynamically perfect, deserving, and empowered child of a…  See more details below

Overview

You have inner powers. You use them every day, mostly to defeat yourself. This book shows you how to use those same powers to bring health, happiness, and prosperity into your life. Regardless of how beaten-down or hard-done-by you may feel, the real truth about you, no matter who you are, is that you are a dynamically perfect, deserving, and empowered child of a bountiful, benevolent, and provident Universe. As long as you can keep your own ego from reacting to 'control-freaks' in whose interest it is to deny you that God-given status, you can use the powerful connection between your subconscious mind and the Universal Subconscious to actualize any desire you may have that is both respectful of others and consistent with Universal Harmony. In other words, you can, on your own and without help from any outside source, change yourself and your fortunes for the better, no matter how dismal your present situation may appear to you. In this book, I explain a simple, logical, time-tested method that can enable you, step-by-step, not only to realize your fondest dreams but also to attain many goals that you never even dared to think you were worthy of, just by changing your attitude about yourself and your relationship to the world around you.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012068231
Publisher:
David Laing
Publication date:
01/27/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
205 KB

Meet the Author

David Bennett Laing, born in 1940 in Hanover, New Hampshire, is the only child of the literary figures Dilys Bennett Laing and Alexander Laing. Dilys, a native of Wales, was a published poet, an early feminist, and a Pantheist. Alex, who hailed from Long Island, was a humanist and a writer on nautical and political subjects, and he taught English at Dartmouth College.

David majored in art history at Dartmouth and went on to get his master's degree in geology from Harvard University. He pursued a variety of professions, from park ranger naturalist through forest ranger, folksinger, preparatory school teacher, college professor, consulting geologist, and environmental educator to technical copy editor. In addition to several journal and magazine articles, he has published four books, 'Aspen High Country: The Geology' (Thunder River Press, 1980), 'How to be YOU!' (Ashcroft Press, 1987), a college Earth science textbook 'The Earth System' (Wm C Brown Publishers 1991), a futuristic adventure novel 'Beautyworld (Barnes & Noble Nook Book, 2013 and Kindle ebook, 2013), and a transgender romance novel 'Eustacia's Secret: A Love Story' (Barnes and Noble and Kindle, 2013). In 1977, he published 'Magic Mountain,' a record album of original environmental songs (Folkways Records) and in 1980 a second album, 'Equilibrium, The National Audubon Society's Album of Songs of Nature and Humanity,' with his daughter Robin, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie (posthumously), and Tom Wisner (Folkways Records).

In 1985, with his fortunes at a low ebb, David rediscovered his inner powers at the Miami Church of Religious Science, where he also met his soon-to-be wife, Margaret, from Kingston, Jamaica, whose fortunes had likewise been greatly diminished. Together, David and Margaret used the principles revealed in this book to turn their fortunes around and to build up, quite literally from ground zero, a happy, healthy, rewarding, debt-free, and prosperous life for themselves. David and Margaret are now retired and shamelessly living the good life on the Maine coast, where they indulge in gardening, Nature study, sailing, snowshoeing, and skiing.

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