Staying Connected to Discover Oneself

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Author explores the attainment of self-mastery through ‘Body Connection’

Everyone is related to everything in the universe and everything in the universe is related to everyone. That’s what author T. L. Fraser highlights in his newly published book, Body Connection. The concepts here have been simplified, and the techniques are practical, for anyone to apply.

Body Connection explores the attainment of self-mastery via a new, unique connection method referred to as the 4-4-4 connection. This self-mastery method examines the development and relationship of the four selves: self-concept, self-esteem, self-awareness, and self-disclosure in tandem with the development of the four lower bodies: physical, emotional, mental, and etheric, along with its connection to the four quadrants of matter: earth, water, air, and fire, all under the governance of spiritual and cosmic law.

The idea is that anyone can achieve self-mastery, by first discovering self, then examining one’s unique relationship and connection to all energies within the universe. Applying simple, useful and practical techniques to daily living and in relationships will enable people to harness and utilize the power and abilities they all possess for the betterment of themselves and all humanity.

“As you read, you’ll learn about yourself, self-mastery, and self-mastery techniques you can apply to your daily living. You are on a journey to find your connection to everything around you, and there is a connection to everything and everyone you encounter by chance, deliberately or otherwise… My hope and desire is that as you read the various chapters, you would then take that which you have digested and immediately apply it to your daily lives. Even if you don’t immediately, keep searching for your connection,” shares the author.

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About the Author
Trevor Fraser was born in Guyana, South America, and is a naturalized U.S. citizen. He is currently a college professor who lectures in areas of communication at various colleges in Nassau and Suffolk counties in Long Island. As a motivational speaker, he has hosted numerous workshops on self-mastery, self-improvement, and dreams interpretation; has produced Caribbean concerts, cultural festivals, and food shows throughout the New York metropolitan area and for the Smithsonian Life Arts Festival in Washington, DC; has hosted his own brokered radio programs on various New York A.M. and F.M. talk and music stations; and for ten years, has published a Directory of Caribbean American Restaurants, Cuisines and Fast Food Outlets.

In addition to his writing and college lecturing, he currently manages and operates a food web site:, which provides mind and body enrichments to thousands of Caribbean food and cultural enthusiasts.

Body Connection * by T. L. Fraser
Publication Date: June 2, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 248 pages; 978-1-4568-6881-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 248 pages; 978-1-4568-6882-6
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-6883-3

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