Frameshift to Overcome Your Ego and Achieve Spiritual Wholeness

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Our egos hold us bound. The ego uses fear to control us. Our false ego identity keeps us separate from each other. Spiritual leaders from Deepak Chopra to Eckhardt Tolle have admonished us to overcome our egos so that we may find our True Self and re-connect to everything around us. David K. Banner's "Frameshifting" finally provides practical tools to break the ego's hold.

Find the path to wholeness. Conquer your ego. Let your spiritual identity shine forth. The path is available to you, and an excellent way to start is by reading David K. Banner's "Frameshifting: A Path to Wholeness" (ISBN 9781932690552, Loving Healing Press, 2008).

David K. Banner wants to open us up to the possibilities of life. Too often, we are trapped in a single, fixed set of beliefs and attitudes that operate out of fear. Fear is generated as a weapon by the ego because it fears its own demise. The ego wants to keep us separate from everything else. But when we change our outlook on life, we can overcome the ego and know wholeness with the world around us. Spiritual teachers such as Deepak Chopra, Eckhardt Tolle, and Ken Wilber all emphasize the need to overcome ego. Banner's "Frameshifting" lays out a variety of tools to dissolve the dominance of the ego.

Frameshifting is a process we can use to overcome the ego and acquire wholeness. David K. Banner explains that any change of attitude or paradigm is a form of frameshifting. Banner states, "One of the main messages of this book is, that, to gain real happiness, the ego must be transcended and an identity in Spirit must be experientially realized."

Personal examples of how to frameshift abound in Banner's book. The author tells the story of his training to get a Black Belt in Aikido, the Japanese art of self-defense. He learned to visualize and extend his awareness from his body to his state, country, planet and solar system and then how to return back to his body. Such focusing connected him to a level of greater wholeness. Banner advocates several additional methods that will help people find their own experiences from which to frameshift and connect with the universe.

Readers will find "Frameshifting" a practical, useful, highly readable book. Banner provides tools such as Enneagram work, frameshifting examples and exercises, and stories of how many other teachers affected his own thought processes and ability to overcome his ego. "Frameshifting" will inspire people to transcend the everyday and connect with the spiritual world all around them. Everyone will benefit from the tools Banner offers.

About the Author
David Banner is an enthusiastic author, mentor, and educator. He has chosen a life always open to new experiences, both professionally and spiritually. His varied work life has included jobs with NASA and the military, within education and being an entrepreneur. He has authored six books and countless articles about transformational leadership, ethics and integrity in business and related topics, including "Designing Effective Organizations," which takes a spiritual look at business management, and the newly published "Frameshifting: A Path to Wholeness."

"Frameshifting: A Path to Wholeness" (ISBN 9781932690552, Loving Healing Press, 2008) can be purchased through local and online bookstores. For more information, visit Publicity contact: Review copies available upon request.


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