Follow-up The Pursuit of Light…

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I am forwarding this e-mail to you for a couple of reasons. First, I wrote about Sandy Brewer’s book “Pursuit of Light, an Extraordinary Journey” a week or so ago and want to share her thoughts with you.

Secondly, we will be implementing in the fall our “Winners Circle” an opt in group that will receive some free extremely useful information, mp-3’s, webinars and teleseminars featuring special guests. Sandy will be one of those people that we will ask to share some of her important work with you.

Dear Dan —

It is with such deep appreciation that I write to you today. From the bottom of my heart I thank you for your kind words, beautiful support, and for the many ways you have put your support of me and the work that I do into action.

I was touched by your letter re: Pursuit of Light. The book impacts people from many different angles, and, as you know, I wrote it with bare bones honesty. But the purpose of it is to empower and uplift — to use my story as one of many world-wide examples of the startling power of the spirit of all that we are, and the healing powers that are innate within us no matter where we have been. Human life is such an amazing experience, but when we are lost in the “chemical soup” of the past, it is hard to pull out of that swampy mess. I applaud you for the work you are doing with others and the ways in which you are offering them a pathway to choice and a new day. Thank you for all that you contribute.

If you feel Pursuit of Light could initially be too much of a trigger (when I see that, I usually recommend that people read the second part of the book first which is more filled with the lessons than how I got to the lessons!), some other inspirational authors you might like to recommend besides Napoleon Hill — who is wonderful — are Joel Goldsmith, Ernest Holmes, Joseph Murphy. Personally, I loved “The Alchemist.” Dan Millman’s “Sacred Journey of the Peaceful Warrior” is great for jump-starting metaphoric lessons, as is the movie based on the book. And, of course, there’s always Richard Bach’s “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” and “Illusions.” I still have a lithograph hanging in my office from Illusion’s: “What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the Master calls a butterfly.” How beautiful for all of us who have chosen personal transformational as our vehicle for healing. Also a Camus quote “In the midst of winter I have found within me an invincible summer.” That’s the power of choice!

For those who might be more linearly wired, Candace Pert’s “Molecules of Emotion,” Dan Amen’s “Change Your Brain, Change Your Life,” or Michael Talbot’s “The Holographic Universe” might offer insights for others as to how their brain/neurological plumbing actually works and what the biochemical process of addiction and pain actually is.

The bottom line, of course, is to learn that love and judgment are antithetical, and that only through love, beginning with ourselves no matter what that entails… well, only then will we truly soar!

Once again, Dan, you are a gem. My heart is moved and filled with your kindness and generosity.

Blessings to you always,

Sandy

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