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The Book of Powers: Practices for Unleashing Your Full Potential  is a life changing little book of disciplines; energies that will help carry you and your awareness on to higher plateaus of consciousness. Without discipline your efforts are diluted, futile, and weak. So in order to strengthen your efforts, concentration is required. When you think about it, concentration is a form of discipline, the more concentration you exert, the higher the probability the event you desire will come true. What this book is is an action plan to help assist you in developing discipline, concentration, and unrelenting dedication. 

The structure of the book follows three broad categories of disciplines: physical discipline, emotional discipline, and mental discipline. From there it expands into the deeper disciplines of Being the Controlled Master, Discipline of the Diamond, Discipline of Balance, and much more. Read More



 
 
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UPDATE: 3/18/15 The Search for the Hidden Door is now in print again for the first time in 35 years! Buy it here!

This is perhaps the only known digital photo of Through the Hidden Door. This photo was sent to me by a friend who owns one of the only copies. I asked them to send me a photo of it because I thought it was important to make it's cover image available to the public; perhaps for the first time on the internet. To me this helps in visualizing, understanding, and attracting it to me. I have had many people contact me in regards to The Search for the Hidden Doorand I hope one day to completely unify the information and create a through understanding of the "Old Chinese" Philosophy. 


 
 
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Dream of Restriction.

I laid down at 11pm to listen to an audio book called Affirmations by Stuart Wilde. I was considering meeting my friend Mike out for a beer, but I decided to stay home and meditate instead. So I laid down to listen to this audio program. I assume about midways through it I end up finding myself drinking at a barn party with friends...


 
 
AJ US Marine Circa 2009
AJ US Marine Circa 2009
This is my experience of the spiritual journey, transforming myself from defensiveness to openness, toughness to tenderness, moving from the world of fear to peace, and learning to accept the evolution of others. When I was a teenager I wanted to be tough, because with toughness came what I perceived as safety, security, and success. 

So I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Infantry, to become as tough as I possibly could become.  Sure enough my body was hardened, my emotions were controlled, and I was a living, breathing, walking fighting machine. I was a warrior. I had no fear of death, and I lived life to the fullest because I was at my maximum physical potential. I could run 9 miles in 55 minutes and I seemed to never get tired.