The life-changing realization about The Untrue Story of You
You’re the central player in the drama of your life.
Sometimes it all gets a little too much, and you get angry, or depressed, anxious, irritated, have mood swings, or suffer from addictions. And because you’re the central player, you try to do something about these ‘bad’ behaviour patterns.
And when you do, everyone goes along with the idea that you’re the central player who can control or change your behaviour.
I discovered this for myself after I suffered from chronic depression for more than 10 years. Eventually I got to the question: who is depressed? And when I looked and looked, there was nobody there! Instead, there’s a body that is lived through by thoughts and emotions, that all bubble up from past experiences.
As the central koan of the book states: the thought thinks the thinker.
When you come to realize this amazing truth, you will have a feeling of freedom, creativity and joy that you couldn’t imagine.
I believe you have come up with a truly valuable model for personal growth. It is both straightforward and easily graspable on the one hand and potentially powerful and downright transformational on the other. . the world would be well served by your using this innovative approach to touch many, many people globally.
I have read (the book) with great interest. This concept is very powerful and allows us to use it for practical applications
This book has so many layers that it will resonate for weeks after you’ve finished the final page. It is the story of forgiveness of an abusive past, a visionary work of original philosophy, an original theory of what it means to be human in all its complexity, and a practical toolkit for overcoming the demons of your past. This is one book you will be buying in bulk and thrusting into the hands of every one of your friends.
The Untrue Story of You offers one of the most significant advances in our understanding of who we are, why we do what we do and what we can do to end the negative patterns that hold us back. This beautiful and inspiring book has all the hallmarks of a spiritual classic.