In a horrific accident when he was sixteen years old, Sean broke thirteen bones in his body, almost lost his left leg, and experienced clinical death on the operating table. He had a near-death experience and, while unfamiliar with the term and that there were others who had died and come back, he found that this experience changed him forever. The lessons he learned at sixteen were further hammered home during a very challenging period in his marriage, which ultimately lead to the creation of the guide you are holding.
Presented in clear language, this is an alphabetical listing of inspirational topics. Subjects and meditations may be selected and digested easily for maximum efficiency. Sean shares his personal experiences and insight on how to beat impossible odds and achieve a personal best. You too can soar like an eagle when you spread your mind’s wings and fly.
This book is the product of what I have learned along my journey and from what I have read. I have been inspired by the words of wisdom and writings of others. To say that all the concepts and ideas relayed in this book were all mine would not be true as I have been a searcher and looked for reasons and answers in many books, much like you are doing right now. Some of what I learned along the way from these teachers has helped me to make sense of and understand what transpired in my life. So if some of my ideas sound like they have been spoken before, I am guilty as charged. As I too have looked for answers, reasons, understanding, enlightenment and advice in the works of others. To this end as fellow searcher I looked for meanings and wisdom in the words of the Bible, Lao Tse, the Dalai Lama, Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Max Ehrmann, Henry Thoreau, Deepak Chopra, Scott Peck and Jane Roberts to name but a few. I credit them all.
Moreover what is contained herein has been learned from the pains, joys, lessons and love that I have had the good fortune to experience along my journey. A journey that I hope has only just begun. One that I hope helps you to better understand yourself and unlocks in you that which you are truly capable of.
This book is more a story about ‘Mind over Me’, rather than a story about ‘Mind over Matter’. I agree that after all is said and done ‘Mind over Matter’ lies at the core of every human creation and endeavor. However, not everybody takes responsibility for themselves and for their own actions but when they finally do. This is when the mind begins taking responsibly for the self, and ‘Mind over me, for me’ begins forming a more aware, powerful and connected being. I encourage you, as a fellow searcher to look into yourself until you find out that the thing standing in your way, is only yourself. As this is when you can begin to re-learn and re-discipline yourself to rebuild and achieve anything you set your mind to. Set yourself free and fly.