Tewantin, Queensland, Australia (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
From internationally-known hypnotherapist and counsellor whose life has been a paradigm of constant soul-searching and self-actualization comes a new book that shares remarkable reflections on life’s journey. Authored by Geoffrey Peckitt, Reflections in Time shares over 64 years of personal reflections and invites readers to find their own inner truths and unlimited giftedness and power while discovering their personal path.
“I do not expect that everyone who reads my words will believe everything I have written, however,” Peckitt says. “If what I have written serves as a trigger or stepping stone to help you along on your own path of self-awareness, and to maybe further investigate your own life, then it has all been worthwhile.”
Peckitt believes that all of life is a journey, and along people’s personal path they can bounce from one experience to another, never really becoming aware of what it is that they are supposed to be learning about themselves, and their unlimited power. Yet, people can also see each experience as a chance to discover a little more about who they really are and just how powerful they are when they finally accept the truth about themselves. No matter who people are, how much money or how many possessions they have, people are all heading for the same destination, however; the way they get to that destination is their own personal journey.
Reflections in Time is a product of one man’s journey and the experiences that quite often altered his direction along the way. In the course of reading this book, readers will see the reflections in their own personal journeys.
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About the Author
Geoffrey Peckitt has studied and worked in the area of personal relationships and human potential for over 40 years, and has conducted workshops and seminars both nationally and internationally. He is a clinical hypnotherapist and counsellor, and a behavioural decoder (demystifying the reasons why we act and react in the way we do around certain people, and in certain situations). Peckitt’s quest to find out why he did the things he did in his childhood, and the study of the “numerology of personality” have become a major part of his personal life journey.
Reflections in Time * by Geoffrey Peckitt
A Personal Journey
Publication Date: December 20, 2011
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 209 pages; 978-1-4653-8210-8
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 209 pages; 978-1-4653-8211-5
eBook; AU$9.99; 978-1-4653-0569-5
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