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An Ordinary Dude's Guide to Enlightenment: Follow the path to inner peace...without spilling your beer. (Ordinary Dude Guides Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Beer drinkin’ dudes can be enlightened, too.
While many enlightenment books suggest that a life of purity, angelic behavior, and a clean diet are requirements for inner peace—the truth isn’t so black and white.
I was once like many seekers. On a spiritual quest to cast out feelings of emptiness and inadequacy. The big questions bothered me: Who am I? How can I find the inner peace I so desperately crave? What is the purpose of my life?
After nearly a half decade search for answers, hundreds of hours spent in meditation, and even more time spent reading philosophy, spiritual and Buddhist books, a meeting with an enlightened teacher transformed me: the seeker became an ordinary dude.
In this guide you’ll find no gurus. No monks. No mystics. But instead a dude just like you...perhaps someone you’d meet in a bar and chat about life’s big questions till the early hours of the morning.
While you’ll learn that enlightenment is much more ordinary than you think, you’ll discover a not-so-ordinary understanding of life and the world we live in.
If you want to put the spiritual quest behind you, escape the rat race rush of the modern world and never-ending search for completeness, and find contentment in everyday life, then I invite you to pull up a bar stool, crack a beer, and stay up with me till the wee hours.
Grab your copy of this book now.
- ASIN : B07WD7T9MK
- Publication date : August 12, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 3342 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 135 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,028,364 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Really? It’s not even a real candle. It’s a votive. Those little cheap inserts you pop down into glass holders.
What am I going to learn from a guy who can’t even afford a real candle?
I have been a student of learning for all my adult life. I have been to spiritual retreats, workshops, conferences. I attended a Louise’ Hay (Hands of Light) workshop decades ago. I have been blessed to have sat in a church pew and listened firsthand to spiritual speakers before they were globally famous: Depok Chopra, Gary Zukav, Marianne Williamson, Wayne Dyer. I listened to Mark Victor Hanson and Jack Canfield talk about their upcoming book “Chicken Soup for the Soul” and how excited they were for this project. I even had the ultimate honor of ushering for the Dali Lama on his visit to Ann Arbor, Michigan long ago. I have poured over Eckart Tolle’s “The Power of Now” and “A New Earth”. So, I am not new to the search for self-growth, self-awareness – enlightenment.
But if you are new, then none of the above paragraph means anything to you. And that is fine.
Great really – because that is the beauty and power of this book.
Einstein is attributed with saying, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” This quote definitely applies to “An Ordinary Dude’s Guide to Enlightenment.” The author ‘gets it’. And because he ‘gets is’, he is able to convey it in a way that helps us ‘get it’ too.
Fun. Entertaining. So, so, helpful.
I believe if you are reading this then there is something in this book for you. Maybe you have wondered about ‘enlightenment’ and what all the fuss is about. Maybe this will be the start of a new journey for you. Maybe it will just answer some nagging questions. Or maybe it will just let you follow along in some of your girlfriend’s conversations. Doesn’t matter which – I am 100% confident reading this book will benefit you in some way.
You don’t have to spend years sitting listening to lectures or reading tomes of books if you don’t want to – you have what you need to get started right here. Just a click away.
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And, maybe...just maybe...if enough of us buy this book, the author can afford a real candle.
This book is the most welcomed newest member to my growing reference library on living. I think it is an important book for everyone to read to help in a time of great stress. With the easily understood ideas in this book, great growth is now more accessible to anyone.
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The daily journal is a great process for both keeping yourself accountable on the journey and for being able to see consistent progress toward the goal.
I also like the advice not to spend too much time reading about it, but to spend time toward taking steps to achieve it.
I kept reading on, thinking somehow the writing would improve, not to mention the content.
A better book to ponder in my view is "And Never Stop Dancing" (2006) which gives clues on how to be a better human being. Bookbug
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The author invites readers to make review points and I would add only one. He says there is no evidence that what he calls 'one consciousness' exists. I would suggest that he might like to look into the global consciousness project and also read Larry Dossey's book 'One Mind' as I think they address this point.
Anyway, I commend this book to you and hope you enjoy it as much as I did.