The Color of Your Soul [NOOK Book]

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Accessible to anyone who wants it, this book does not pull punches. It respects reader's intelligence, seeking to answer basic questions through the source of creativity that moves scientists and sages alike. That creativity is directly responsible for moving the race forward in more ways than can be counted.


Without being new agey or preachy, it presents tools that everyone can use.

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The Color of Your Soul

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Overview

Accessible to anyone who wants it, this book does not pull punches. It respects reader's intelligence, seeking to answer basic questions through the source of creativity that moves scientists and sages alike. That creativity is directly responsible for moving the race forward in more ways than can be counted.


Without being new agey or preachy, it presents tools that everyone can use.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044804845
  • Publisher: David Park
  • Publication date: 8/15/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,321,654
  • File size: 801 KB

Meet the Author

David Park holds two BS degrees from MIT and an MS in Social and Decision Sciences from Carnegie Mellon University. The joke is that he graduated with an ABD (All But Dissertation) from the PhD program there. Nevertheless, he learned how to create new knowledge while there and before, arguably what PhD degrees are all about. He has over 25 years of study and practice of leadership in academia and various organizations from small startups to large, well established firms, as well as in the US Army.


David also has a lifelong interest in meditation and spirituality. He brings considerable insight and scientific training to his exploration of metaphysics and as a result, has developed a unique and straightforward take on many esoteric topics. He credits his many years of study and training for his conscious awareness throughout a near-death experience that resulted from a serious brain injury in 2008, his ability to consciously choose to come back to life, and the robustness of his recovery since.


He also notes that he was able to minimize pain from a kidney stone in 2009 and consciously chose life during a second near death experience in 2012. Lessons from these near death experiences continue to unfold for him and deepen his appreciation and understanding of life on a daily basis.


His work combines his abiding interests in human potential and spirituality. His writing can be found at scribd.com. His blog, offering commentary and insights into life and spirit, can be found at dchpark.com. He leads weekly meditation circles and workshops on various topics including shamanism and Huna.


In addition, David offers personal support and coaching services for individuals, couples, and groups. As a coach, he focuses on supporting clients in recognizing and trusting their own deepest wisdom as a means to transcend difficulties and heal the wounds from which they arise. His approach is at once deeply spiritual and eminently pragmatic. He has successfully coached clients through professional and job related crises, relationship issues, and personal success difficulties, as well as personal growth challenges. He can be reached at david@dchpark.com..


As we grow as human beings, we realize that all of the different facets of our lives are intimately connected, so that healing one area often benefits others as well.

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