Bio: I dedicate my life to helping others using a powerful tool – the written word. I have been writing since childhood; expressing my philosophies and holistic beliefs and views. My passion and fascination towards the human mind both conscious and subconscious and psychological behavior has led to an immense pool of knowledge, allowing me to manifest it throughout my writing to profoundly penetrate the many generations to come. I strive to bring to light, the happiness of others. I hope that my philosophies may impact other people, illustrating their doubts, insecurities, feelings and relationships. Above all, my endeavor is to connect humanity.
Genre: non-fiction self-help and inspirational/motivational improvements
fiction; fantasy adventure, mystery suspense thriller
Paradox of Freedom is a non-fiction pop psychology self-help book focusing on mental wellness and health to promote a happy and positive lifestyle. I feel that it can be used as a self-help guide or pocket book that can be a quick read due to its smaller size (word count 10,112). It can be a daily dose of positive reinforcement that can be carried around or kept close to the reader.
Paradox of Freedom is a self-empowering book designed as a guideline for every individual in the world. It will inspire the reader to gain and maintain life-long internal freedom and inner peace through positive and realistic thought, contrary to what has been learned in our everyday life. Through the course of our lives everyone has learned destructive behavior; negative immobilizers that can consume us and make us stressed or depressed. This emotionally draining pessimistic nature can isolate, dominate and control us and therefore restrict us from truly being happy, free and healthy by inhibiting us from moving forward.
Paradox of Freedom enables the reader to claim control of their subconscious mind. I will teach you to embed positive thoughts before you sleep so you can feel happy, healthy and instill an optimistic lifestyle.
Paradox of Freedom offers the reader a blue-print for ditching learned behavior; replacing it with inner freedom. Instead of seeking praise simply rely on your own assessment. Each chapter covers life-affecting emotions like anger and guilt and constructs such as justice and ask the reader to control these things rather than be under their sway. If you consider yourself to be under the constraints of learned behavior then Paradox of Freedom could well offer you the psychological tools to break free.
Rogers T.V. Daytime Durham, March 31st 2016