Albert Clayton Gaulden is wise, insightful, straight, and committed to the authentic expression of each and every one of us. Join him on his journey and discover a surprise about your authentic nature.
New York, New York (Vocus) December 22, 2009
Atria Books, an imprint of Simon and Schuster, presents a sweepstakes in honor of the paperback launch of "You're Not Who You Think You Are: A Breakthrough Guide to Discovering the Authentic You" (Atria Books; trade paperback edition; $15.00; ISBN: 978-1-4165-8379-0, December 2009).
The sweepstakes runs December 15, 2009 through March 16, 2010 for the launch of "You're Not Who You Think You Are." With no purchase necessary, the general public may enter for a chance to win a trip for two to Sedona, Arizona. The grand prize package includes roundtrip airfare for two, accommodations at the luxurious Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa, astrological sessions with Albert Clayton Gaulden, hot stone massages, private meditation instruction and a guided hike in the majestic red rocks of Sedona. To enter, visit: http://www.simonandschuster.com/sweepstakes/you-re-not-who-you-think-you-are-sweepstakes .
In "You're Not Who You Think You Are" , acclaimed author and director of The Sedona Intensive, Albert Clayton Gaulden candidly discusses his own path to peace, and includes powerful, inspiring stories from clients who have used his self-healing and empowering methods. Gaulden doesn't treat his readers as members of a kindergarten class, spouting feel-good philosophies in sound bites and snippets that sound great on talk shows, but rather as independent thinkers who can use his guide to truly explore their innermost feelings.
By dividing "You're Not Who You Think You Are" into "stages," Gaulden deftly lays out a concrete blueprint that will help readers take a hard look at the negative things that have been affecting their lives and help them discover who they really are. His lessons and strategies are extremely effective and cover an intriguing range of concepts, including:
- The use of astrology to provide accurate insight into character
- How to convert our self-involved ego into a powerful and positive force
- The personal question of "God or No God" and Gaulden's conviction that one doesn't need organized religion to find a higher power
- The idea that none of us is totally male or female consciousness, and that by not recognizing this leads to the failure of many relationships
- Our destruction or salvation lies in our hands. We must change ourselves to change the world
- The fact that nobody is going to make you happy but you
- To be free of the bondage of ourselves and others, we must heal resentments
Albert Clayton Gaulden did not create the lessons and stages in "You're Not Who You Think You Are" so he could pontificate on his beliefs like so many of today's celebrity self-help spiritualists. These invaluable lessons have become an integral part of his life, his personal growth, and his journey. It is his sincere wish to show others how they too can find what he found-a great awakening of your true, authentic self.
"Albert Clayton Gaulden is wise, insightful, straight, and committed to the authentic expression of each and every one of us. Join him on his journey and discover a surprise about your authentic nature." - Debbie Ford, New York Times bestselling author of Why Good People Do Bad Things.
Albert Clayton Gaulden is the founder and director of Sedona Arizona's popular personal transformation program, The Sedona Intensive. The Oprah Winfrey Show and ABC World News have featured Albert and his transforming work. To learn more about Albert Clayton Gaulden, visit: http://www.sedonaintensive.com.
You're Not Who You Think You Are:
A Breakthrough Guide to Discovering the Authentic You
By Albert Clayton Gaulden
Published by: Atria Books
Price: $15.00 / $19.99 Can.
Pub Date: December 2009
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