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In the spirit of the old thread.

"All leaders are readers"
-Kevin Trudeau

What are you currently reading?
Any book recommendations?
A book you read that changed your life?
An author you particularly cherish?
Or anything else regarding books: truth hidden in fiction, encrypted hidden secrets in books, whatever it is, share it  :)

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I'm currently reading 'The Big Leap' by Gay Hendricks(You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login).
Have you ever had a feeling of things going your way, just for circumstances to abruptly shift polarities? Making something unexpected happen that turned your good times into bad times? Be it a seemingly external influence or you sabotaging yourself?
He writes about how to stop yourself from self-sabotaging, and getting into your 'zone of genius'. He claims to never have had a truly bad day for the last couple decades of his life - nor having an argument with his wife. I believe him. Writing about and touching upon the same core truth that Kevin Trudeau, Stuart Lichtman, Napoleon Hill and others have written about before him, but from a therapist's perspective. His writing gives you a fresh take on the old classic, although now rehashed, new-thought, law of attraction type of philosophy. He writes about something he calls the Upper Limit Problem, which he basically sums up as "An upper limit problem is if you don’t know it’s OK to feel good and have a
good time, you’ll do something to mess up when things are going well"
Check it out if you feel inclined.

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In the spirit of the old thread.

"All leaders are readers"
-Kevin Trudeau

What are you currently reading?
Any book recommendations?
A book you read that changed your life?
An author you particularly cherish?
Or anything else regarding books: truth hidden in fiction, encrypted hidden secrets in books, whatever it is, share it  :)

I’m currently rereading Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations for the first time in 7 or so years. It’s probably the first book I read that put me on the path I am today, and it’s likely indirectly responsible for me finding this website at all.

All of us should aspire to be as disciplined as the late emperor Aurelius (and the other stoics) was/were. The books and it’s ideas are plain and simple yet potentially revolutionary for many of us, I personally recommend it as a baby’s first redpill. It’s perfect for those who “don’t like reading“ cause it isn’t long at all.

Don’t let the books seeming simplicity ward you off, there’s plenty of precious information stored within and the book is still even illuminating after all these years than I expected. Look for older translations!

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This guy does a pretty good job succinctly explaining fallen angels vis-a-vis unity:

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Found this on pol a while back.  Massive book dump of pretty much everything you can shake a stick at...
Behold, Zundel's Bunker :)

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Found this on pol a while back.  Massive book dump of pretty much everything you can shake a stick at...
Behold, Zundel's Bunker :)

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Nice "little" library lol. For those looking, this folder contains the censored chapters of 200 Years Together.
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All 8 e-books of the Artemis Fowl books are only 99 cents right now before the movie is released.

Choose Amazon, Apple, or Barnes & Noble and choose the ebook option for each.
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Amazon Link for all 8.
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Or you can look them all up for free but this is just another option  :P

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Along the lines of Artemis Foul

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An eleven-year-old boy discovers he has strange powers, and a future that holds mystery, adventure – and death!

Who are the mysterious men chasing Jimmy across the city?
Why are they after him?
What are Jimmy's parents keeping from him and who can he trust?
And how come he can suddenly do all this really cool stuff…?

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Along the lines of Artemis Foul

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An eleven-year-old boy discovers he has strange powers, and a future that holds mystery, adventure – and death!

Who are the mysterious men chasing Jimmy across the city?
Why are they after him?
What are Jimmy's parents keeping from him and who can he trust?
And how come he can suddenly do all this really cool stuff…?

Thanks!  It's not easy to find books for my son that will keep his interest.  This is worth a shot too.

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He might like this too You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login I read that, was a fun read.

I keep wondering if I should get into young teenager fiction (writing it) but it's so hard to break out as an author these days.

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He might like this too You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login I read that, was a fun read.

I keep wondering if I should get into young teenager fiction (writing it) but it's so hard to break out as an author these days.

It's even harder if you don't start.  :)

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He might like this too You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login I read that, was a fun read.

I keep wondering if I should get into young teenager fiction (writing it) but it's so hard to break out as an author these days.

That surname tho
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He might like this too You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login I read that, was a fun read.

I keep wondering if I should get into young teenager fiction (writing it) but it's so hard to break out as an author these days.

That surname tho

The surname might make it worth reading for ME...

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He might like this too You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login I read that, was a fun read.

I keep wondering if I should get into young teenager fiction (writing it) but it's so hard to break out as an author these days.

That surname tho

Yeah, Reynolds are known for writing occult books too. Would explain how he came out of nowhere and suddenly huge success too.

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Etidorhpa; or, The End of Earth. by John Uri Lloyd

Symzonia: Voyage of Discovery

 

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