T. Alden Clamor
T. Alden Clamor is a cool dude. Independent minded. He is also into Self-development. His favorites are "A Course in Miracles" (ACIM), Anthony Robbins, Brian Johnson, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Neale Donald Walsch, Oprah, Sean Stephenson, Silva Method, T. Harv Ecker and Vishen Lakhiani of Finer Minds.
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Shift Your Consciousness, Radically Redefine Ageing
by T. Alden Clamor
If you're a teenager, this is the right time for you to begin rewiring your thoughts and shaping your beliefs. Why is it important to shape your beliefs? Because your beliefs can either bring you longevity, happiness, joy, abundance, wealth and health. Or it can bring you misery, pain and heartache - and consequently, disease. What you believe in will happen to you!
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Smashwords book reviews by T. Alden Clamor
The Unsuspecting Mage: The Morcyth Saga Book One
on May 09, 2012
Riveting! Inspiring! Once you've reached page 17, there's no turning back. Brian Pratt is a Master Storyteller. This book could enrich your life so much, you won't be the same person anymore!
We Are Human Angels
on May 13, 2012
This book contains only about 7,000 words. But it brilliantly distills in a few words the steps you could take to find peace and freedom of soul. I recommend this book to everyone, whether you think you're spiritual or not. And to those on the spiritual path, I recommend this to you whether you are a seasoned sage or a greenhorn in the path. Other books could be written to expound on the 7 keys to overcome the ego and the 7 keys to live with the heart. This is book is a jewel! To those gifted souls who wrote the book, a million thanks to you!
on May 21, 2012
Like many poet's work, you have to rummage through a lot of chaff before you could find the grain. But once you found the grain, it is so nourishing to the soul, you would like to read the words again and again, contemplate the meaning and be enriched by the insight. Like good wine, you would like to savor the flavor and dwell on it. I recommend Sue Binder's work to anyone and everyone who would like to be inspired and be enriched by her poetry.
One Plus One Makes Me
on May 27, 2012
Craftily written. At the end when I realized who was talking I had to read the story from the very beginning again to savor each projected persona, each projected thought. Good read!