Book Unravels Humanity’s Scrambled Notion of Being Conscious

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Author Victor G. Novander, Jr. examines precisely what primal pain is and the effect it has had on human consciousness throughout history

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Primal pain has been known about since the 1970s. Even so, the general public knows little about it. The same is true for consciousness, unconscious self-awareness, primaling and living as a primal person. As obscure as these subjects have been, author Victor G. Novander, Jr. illuminates them historically in between the covers of The Decline and Fall of Practically Everyone: Or We Blew it Real Good.

Writing from this unique perspective, Novander unravels humanity's scrambled notion of being conscious. He uncovers the hidden role primal pain has played throughout human history in the devolution of original consciousness into unconscious self-awareness. No other history has been written from the perspective of someone on the path of being restored to his original state of being. In depth and edifying, The Decline and Fall of Practically Everyone: Or, We Blew it Real Good is a stimulating work, a testimony of someone whose life has been transformed by Primal Therapy. It offers each reader the opportunity of learning how to eliminate primal pain and, thus, to restore one’s self to true consciousness and to a much better life.

Deftly woven to shed light on this significant subject and to provide each reader with a better understanding about life, human history and the profound truth of consciousness, this book is a must read for each one who seeks, not only to become more conscious himself, but to be part of a movement that seeks greater consciousness in all of humanity.

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About the Author
Victor Novander was born in 1930. His father was emotionally cold. His mother did not love him. He did not realize during childhood that the pain of not being loved was so great that it made it necessary he suppress his pain. He did not realize as his childhood unfolded that he was losing consciousness of his real self and substituting an unconscious self-awareness in order to survive.     In 1974, he experienced Primal Therapy. He realized that all of humanity has had to become ever more unconscious in order to survive.

The Decline and Fall of Practically Everyone * by Victor G. Novander Jr.
Or, We Blew it Real Good
Publication Date: August 20, 2012
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