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A synopsis of my book, Scumbag Sewer Rats

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Comment by Katherine on September 13, 2011 at 11:42am


ohn, I will check out your book.   I am not an addicted personality, expect possibly on the work-a-holic side, at times.  I am trying to market my book, and open a new business in town..,,,there lies the working too hard,  I was starting coaching and doing speaking from home, now have a collectible and stuff business, as well as starting a business club, for local business owners and entrepreneurs.   Here is where I need to go nap now and do as I tell others, take your times out and time off that when working on whatever is needed you are refreshed. Cool,  that I can coach others that then reminds myself to do what I teach.   Love the life you live, and thanks again for adding me here. 

Comment by Marvin Double on August 29, 2011 at 2:17pm

Hi John and thanks for including me as a friend.  I've just watched your video and found it quite fascinating.  Among other things, I'm a Reiki practitioner and have been for 30+ years.  I'm also a student of A Course In Miracles.  My perspective on life is decidedly drawn from my own spiritual experiences, so I relate to the advice Jung gave to his alcoholic patient.  I'm not an addict but that reference resonates with me very strongly.  

It has been my experience that meaningful change always entails a spiritual event.  As you noted, these are not always large or obvious, sometimes that are subtle.  However if the problem is well entrenched or the person is especially resistant, the need spiritual experience may be somewhat more dramatic and harder to resist or ignore.  


Your reference to the Peter Pan syndrome is so very appropriate, and especially well suited to our modern western culture.  Spoiled child, or deprived child behaviors are so common that they are often go unnoticed or are ignored.  Irresponsible, immature, thinking is the norm rather than the exception, and the consequences are unfortunately born by everyone.  Living for the moment is certainly something that is reinforced by the fast lives of instant gratification so many lead.  

Here's wishing you all the best success with your book. May it touch a lot of lives and change them for the better.      

Comment by Vincent Scarsella on March 28, 2011 at 7:08am
I will check out your book!

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