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Overcoming the Enemy Within: A Journey to Enlightenment
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 143277770X, Paperback)Experience the journey of Thomas as he awakens from his fallacies and ignorance to recognize that his negativity and pessimism have been totally responsible for his despondent state of life and in recognizing his negativity he is empowered to overcome it.
In Overcoming the Enemy Within, the author uses Thomas' journey from the darkness of his ignorance to his discovery higher consciousness to illustrate his premise that our responsibility in life is to advance in awareness and consciousness to attain the unbiased universal truth and experience the beauty of life more fully. As explained by Thomas, correcting our beliefs requires that we observe our thinking and detach from our emotions, to see all situations as neutral and consider our choices with a new goal of expecting the best outcomes for all involved. The story utilizes multiple distinctive narratives of Thomas' conversion from skepticism and negativity to believing and practicing positive thinking and personal detachment in everything he does to illustrate the unquestionable benefits of discipline in observing the Universal Laws and Commandments in all interactions.
As in his first book, The Legend of White Horse, the author consistently advocates and offers compelling reasons for adopting and practicing a disciplined way of thinking and unbiased responses to every situation we encounter. The unshakable principle of Overcoming the Enemy Within is expressed by Thomas: "I can personally attest to the values of giving your very best efforts in all your tasks and responsibilities; for I changed from a pessimistic skeptic to a believer in observing the Universal Laws and Commandments and the fulfilling effects they have on recognizing yourself as a valued and loved being capable of giving your best and accepting all that you are given."
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