Your mind is a precious treasure. It can be your best friend or your worst enemy. The mind can operate as healer or slayer. The full power of the mind is still not known, but what we do know is that it is easily manipulated to serve another agenda.
When your decision process is being managed and manipulated, the quest for discovering your real self becomes exponentially more difficult, if not impossible, as a result. That is why I want to tell you about the launch of a new Book, Gotcha! The Subordination of Free Will by my friend and colleague, New York Times best selling author Eldon Taylor. You can never claim your ideas and beliefs as being solidly your own until you have examined the evidence presented in these pages.
When George Noory, Host of Coast to Coast AM read this book, he said:
"Eldon Taylor is so spot on. Gotcha! The Subordination of Free Will tells it like it is and it isn't what we want to happen!"
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Eldon Taylor has spent over 30 years researching the power of the mind and in this fascinating book he:
Explores the 24/7 bombardment of information designed to win the hearts and minds of the public.
Demonstrates how new sound-bytes are championed into personal awareness, becoming memes of the culture.
Exposes the arrival of the Orwellian age in full-blown technicolor.
Shows you how inner conflict is often the evidence that you are not being true to your self.
Lets you discover what you are not so you can fully express who you really are.
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I believe in the importance of this book so much, I want you to know about a special book launch party for the release of Gotcha with a number of great prizes you can win as well as numerous bonus gifts for everyone. Go here for gift and prize details:
"Eldon's research and findings offer the reader an opportunity to break-free from their conditioned limitations and ignite a life-changing awareness. This is a must read for the empowered mind!" — Dr. Steve Maraboli, Author, Behavioral Science Academic
"Where 1984 reached into the future to tell a story of what would happen in the world, Gotcha! reaches into the past and explains how they did it without you knowing it. This is a great read that crosses all interest lines. If you care about this world, you owe it to yourself to read Gotcha!" — Richard D. Rowland, author of Unspoken Messages
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