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Amazing Grace : Memoirs of a Transformational Journey, EPUB eBook

Amazing Grace : Memoirs of a Transformational Journey EPUB


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Amazing Grace: Memoirs of a Transformational Journey is about one man's struggle to discover his soul in a soulless world, in which he argues that a new kind of human being needs to emerge if our society is to be healed. This new person will need to be someone who will have ';worked on themselves' to have become less materialistic and less ego-centred, more planet-friendly and, in particular, more concerned about the well-being of their fellow human beings. In this honest and no-holds-barred book, we learn that if we choose to undertake such a journey, there is no avoiding a confrontation with all those areas of ourselves which prevent this. In author Serge Beddington-Behren's case, this included his need to come face to face with his chauvinism, his ';little boy' who refused to grow up, his narcissism - the myth that the ';right woman' would save him - and the delusion of being ';special'! Chronicling his encounters with the many wise people he's met along his way, Amazing Grace shows how to let go of attachments to false narratives and assists one in becoming more honest and open-hearted. Serge's adventures are amusing in places; his hope is that upon discovering the many gifts and blessings that came his way as he aspired to evolve, the reader might feel moved to embark upon similar journeys of self-discovery, vital to our planet's survival.


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