Free Review Copies Available (Sort of)

COTTONWOOD, AZ

November 16, 2016 11:15 AM

Until the end of November 24, 2016—Thanksgiving, about a week from now—I’m giving away review copies of Mystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of Being.

Free (sort of).

Free as in no charge.

Sort of as in—unlike in the past (the wise have their scars)—I’ll be holding everyone who requests a copy accountable for actually posting a review. 🙂

Request your copy here.

It's Time To Wake Up

Mystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of BeingMystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of Being is a step-by-step guide to enlightenment and beyond.

Available at:

Amazon - Barnes and Noble - iTunes- Google Play - Kobo

It's Time To Be Happy

The Serentity TechniqueWe live in divisive times.

The Serenity Technique provides 7 simple steps for inner peace… whenever you need it.

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It's Time Let Go

My Dying WordsImagine I have only seven days left to live.
Now imagine I share my last thoughts with you.

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4 thoughts on “Free Review Copies Available (Sort of)

  1. Just a little comment (and I might be wrong) – but the guy in the picture is so sad, i’ve got a feeling , he’s like a child ready to burst into tears …
    It’s a feeling that i had since you fell sick with kidney stone – it was painful for me to even read your blog posts – what if i had to read a whole book that is to lead me to enlightenment… Because people become sensitive and open when it comes to this.
    So , my point and my suggestion is – it would be good if you at least review the book again when you are healthy and strong again. Because the mood can be kind of infectious.
    And again – I might be wrong saying this. But so it seems to me.

  2. An interesting observation that reminds me of how we all see the world differently. Rather than posting a traditional eyes open, looking at and appealing to the camera and audience head shot, Wayne seems to have chosen a photo that reminds us to look within. What I see—and I might well be wrong, too!—is the kind of small smile that spontaneously appears when one is in contact (is overwhelmed?) with deep joy and love.

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