Finding clarity in this chaotic world is a challenge. Getting back to the simple task of becoming more self identified and having a spiritual well being is hard if you don’t know where to start. Matthew B. James, MA, PhD has provided guidance and tools that can help you be a better you.
Title: Find Your Purpose Master Your Path
Author: Mathew B. James, MA, PhD
Publisher: Advanced Neuro Dynamics, Inc.
If your normal daily sense of being and connection to the world around you leaves you feeling unstable, unsure, uncertain, and not in control, now is the time to change your situation. It’s time for you to become “self-acutalized.” With help you can find a path that can be religious, spiritual or psychological. Matthew B. James, MA, PhD has a guide that will help you “Find Your Purpose Master Your Path.”
If you are asking yourself, “What’s the Point?” There is a chapter that covers this very topic. James introduces readers to Pono and Huna. Pono is described as a feeling of unwavering congruency in your action and being. Huna is described as empowerment or to empower. James explains that “we all think we’re human beings, but we’re actually a world of human doings.” Each chapter has examples so that readers can better understand this complex way of thinking and living.
James discusses how to master ones universe by taking the energy around you and funneling it and controlling it so that you can have a better sense of yourself. Take control of your career, relationships and your health and fitness by becoming Pono with the physical realm. We reap what we sow. If you are giving out bad feelings you will get them back. In other words, if you are a sad person you will continue to only see sorrow in the world. If you are a fearful person then fear will keep you from being who you truly want to be.
There are different levels of your conscious mind. James puts it all together here and helps you realize your potential. This is a very complex system and way of thinking and being. Each chapter has questions that you can ask yourself so that you dig deep within and find your own answers. James wants you to consider letting go of the material things in your life and capture your spiritual self and take a path of being a better human being.
About the author:
Matthew B. James, MA, Ph.D., is President of Kona University which offers integrative psychology and clinical therapeutic degrees; and President of The Empowerment Partnership, where he serves as a master trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), a practical behavioral technology for helping people achieve their desired results in life. Learn more at http://www.nlp.com and http://www.huna.com.