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Book reading: Convergence: How the Esoteric is Changing the World

Come join author Jason C. Doud as he will be reading from his recently published book "Convergence: How the Esoteric is Changing the World" at Auntie's Bookstore! This reading will also be a free workshop, so bring your challenges, aspirations, and questions. You can read about this book and the author, as well as customer reviews by clicking on the following link:

Books will also be available for purchase at Auntie's the day of the event. We look forward to seeing you!

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  • Tiaa

    I missed it ''(...Started a new job and had to train today. But I'll have to get the book.

    1 · May 3, 2014

  • Kimberly B.

    Enjoyed it. I just posted this review on Amazon: In Convergence, How the Esoteric is Changing the World Jason C Doud explains the value and insights in the esoteric world, the inner world and explains how to balance the esoteric with the exoteric (environment, work, relationships outside of oneself so as to reach the sweet spot in the center of your life. Having recently moved I could especially appreciate his analogue of buying new furniture and then when the movers bring the new furniture up the stairs to your house, refusing to move the old furniture. In a well written, entertaining way, Doud took me step by step through ways to understand myself and my path in a new and exciting way. He has an interesting view on risk - everything is risky and running away from the risk and the possibilities just makes life more difficult. "Safety is a function of a perception of the facts, which are never the facts."

    May 3, 2014

  • George Hartdegen I.

    Hey Jason, its George. I would love to attend this but I am scheduled for work. Wont really know til Sat if I can make it!!

    April 28, 2014

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