Building Your Castle: Get to Know Yourself in Seven Weeks

This short book is about getting to know yourself from the inside out. In the next seven weeks, you will learn more about every aspect of yourself. Building Your Castle is a metaphor for building yourself from the inside out using castle imagery and exercises. This castle should relate to fantasy and creativity, and stretching your mind and heart to look inside to a fun part of yourself. More

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Published: Nov. 28, 2012
Words: 2,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301945825
About K.J. Cleveland

About the Author

K.J. Cleveland was born in Alabama, grew up in various areas, including Mannheim, Germany, due to her Mom being a librarian for the U.S. Army. Her mother, Sherrie Floyd, opened libraries for the U.S. Army in Bosnia, and subsequently won Federal Librarian of the Year in 2001 for her endeavors. K.J. Cleveland has a Bachelor's Degree in psychology and a Master's Degree in history with concentrations in philosophy. After college, she moved to California, where she began her writing career. She and her brother, Randy Jones, published The Raw You: Self-Awareness Journal for one year in West Los Angeles, followed by a book, The Raw You: A Contemplation of the Soul, which received an incredibly positive response from its readers. Other books she has written include The Courage to be Yourself: Look Inside and Develop the Confidence to be Your True Self, What is Enlightenment? Theories about Knowing Yourself Beneath Your Societal Identity, God and the Unseen Realm From Plato, Isaac Newton, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Immanuel Kant and Never Give Up: Exercises to Listen to Your Heart, Set Goals and Make Your Dreams Come True. To learn more about knowing yourself and making your dreams come true, check out www.ToKnowThyself.org, www.NeverGiveUp1.com, www.DreamsComeTrue1.org and www.WhatIsEnlightenment1.org.

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