The Prisoner in the Pyramid by Grahame Milton-Jones

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The Prisoner in the Pyramid

In The Matrix, Neo is offered a red pill or a blue pill. This book is the red pill which will change the way you view yourself and your life forever.

This is where you discover how your mind works and where your personality came from. Would you like to change your personality? Read the chapter on “Redesigning your own personality”.

Do you have an addiction? Read the chapters and discover how easy it is to beat addictions.

This easy to read book removes the mystique from the world of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy; it opens the previously locked doors and makes the truth available to everyone.

Do you have psychosomatic problems such as IBS, Eczema, and Migraine etc. Read the chapter and they are a thing of the past.

Most of the power in your mind is unused. With a little time you can harness that untapped power. The universe will NOT provide, but you can.

WARNING:
You will never be the same after you start reading this book.

Dip in to the sections that relate to you, your family and your friends. You will understand the people around you and be able to change your life in a series of simple steps.

Why are relationships so hard to maintain. Read the section on “Relationship Problems” and discover that you are not alone.

What causes depression? Find out and stop it; be yourself again.

What are the 50 most common psychological problems affecting people? Find out and make sure they do not affect you.

There is so much to learn that even a brief introduction is too big. Discover how to reprogram your mind so that it works for you. Learn how to let go of the past.

Your belief system is the pyramid.
You behave the way other people taught you.
You are the prisoner in the pyramid.
The key to the door is in the book.
Escape before it’s too late.
 

About Grahame Milton-Jones

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Published January 22, 2014 by http://renaissancetherapyprogram.com. 370 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction