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Every saint, sage, and master----East or West, past or present---has a special message for you: You were born to be free. Free of fear, free of stress, free of the past---free to be strong, wise, and perfectly unique. The Courage to Be Free will help you to discover the limitless possibilities of your own heart and mind and realize your ultimate potential as a human being. As you become immersed in the book and your understanding begins to deepen and flower, a smile will fill your heart as loneliness, stress, anger, and problems are gradually replaced with contentment, ease, compassion, and a freedom that never fades away. As Guy beautifully explains in the book: "When you realize no one on earth can be like you...that no other soul may know the beauty, sorrow, light and darkness you alone are given to see...then you will, at last, be the fearless individual your Heart of hearts has called you to be."

©2010 Guy Finley (P)2010 Tantor

Critic Reviews

"A gift from a master teacher, filled page after page with insights that will help calm your anxieties, allay your fears, and help you live a more present, precious life. I highly recommend this book." (Daniel G. Amen, MD, author of Change Your Brain, Change Your Body)

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What would have made The Courage to Be Free better?

This book was just okay. I thought it was just the reader but I got the hard copy from the library... just didn't do it for me. Good ideas, poor presentation.