PACIFIC PALISADES, CA (PRWEB) April 7, 2004
Terrorism, war, natural disasters, and deadly epidemics fill the newscasts Â and if you listen to Alan Mesher, the secret to overcoming these threats is inside every one of us. Inner power can actually heal outer disaster on a global scale.
Mesher, an experienced media guest and former talk show host in two major markets, offers a startlingly fresh interview that will rivet your audience and make your phones light up.
Some of what he'll share:
Â What Gandhi understood about his place in the world that dictators from the ancient Roman emperor Septimus to Saddam Hussein failed to grasp.
Â How a relatively small number of individuals can bring about sweeping changes in global consciousness and behavior Â and they don't need the Internet to accomplish this.
Â Why political activists and spiritual gurus each only have half the story Â and how the synergy of these elements is far more powerful than either alone.
Â Five key tests that determine whether any individual action moves the world toward its highest purpose.
Â Seven toxins that prevent us from achieving greatness Â and how to overcome them.
Â Four steps to realizing our true identity and how to take them.
Â How we can integrate the best theories of psychology, social change, and Eastern philosophy to create the world we want.
About Alan Mesher
A dynamic speaker and veteran media guest with appearances on national TV and radio programs, Mesher hosted radio shows on KEST in San Francisco for three years, KLBJ in Austin for a yearÂand a cable TV show on Continental Cablevision in Los Angeles for three years. He is the former Publisher of Yoga Journal magazine, a long-established publication covering consciousness. His fifth book, Just Who Do You Think You Are: The Power of Personal Evolution (ISBN 0966029526, $19.95), will be published in May by Sirius Creations and will be available to all bookstores through Baker & Taylor.
Journalists: To arrange an interview and/or request a review copy, please contact David Adams, 310.459.9007, firstname.lastname@example.org
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