21 Days: A Guide for Spiritual Beginners

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Often, in todays spirituality market place, there is a lack of clear and logical communication about the actual daily benefits of Spiritual Awakening Enlightenment. Zen Advaita Vedanta Non-Dual teachers such as Adyashanti, Eckhart Tolle, Gangaji, or Andrew Cohen may tell you how, or reveal to you when, where, who, or even why, but few reveal the actual intimate, and extra-ordinary daily "what". What is it like when you have a family to care for and a business to run, when you're Awake? What is it like when you're visiting your parents, your old high school, or your church, when you're Awake? ...TV? ...Fly-Fishing? ...Movies? These questions and more are answered in J. Stewart Dixon's book, 21 Days, A Guide for Spiritual Beginners. Written with no spiritual, religious, new age, or psychological jargon, 21 Days communicates the "what" of spiritual awakening without the use of complicated or specialized language. And of course this book includes a little how. The perfect book to give to a beginner for inspiration, hope, and guidance. If you're new to spirituality, 21 Days should be among your first new age body mind spirit books. If you've been seeking awakening for a long time- read 21 Days to readjust the WHAT of your seeking and put an end to your search. 21 Days is a must read to get the gritty daily details of Zen Advaita Vedanta Non-Dual Spiritual Awakening Enlightenment. Do yourself and your spiritual search a favor: Buy 21 Days now to find out what Awakening is REALLY like.

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J. Stewart Dixon is pretty much like you . . . married, kid, dog, two cats, job, mortgage. He's a believer and living proof that something more is attainable (and extraordinary) right in the midst of ordinary life. He lives in central Virginia with his family. When he's not working (he owns and operates an audio/video installation company), he can be found cavorting with the fish, bears, and bald eagles on the local rivers with a fly rod in his hand. J. Stewart Dixon has pursued "magic something" (what others call awakening or the peace that passes all understanding) for most of his adult life. He's seen and been with just about every type of awakened spiritual teacher imaginable--famous ones with huge followings, unknown ones with small followings, good ones, not so good ones . . . the list goes on and on. His own true awakening process began in 2004 and completed itself in 2010. J. Stewart Dixon has been a very creative individual for most of his life. He has a bachelor of science degree in audio engineering and music production from Syracuse University. He's written numerous plays and musicals and has two professionally produced music CDs. Writing is second nature to him; 21 Days is his first book.

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This book is about one man's journey with a deep desire to "wake up" and how he achieved that while living a normal life. I can definitely relate to a lot of the struggles and enjoyed reading this little book with powerful messages. The author gives honest accounts of his life and, after reading, I felt his "magic something" was something that doesn't look so unattainable after all. I recommend to anyone looking for the truth of who we are. --Amazon- Customer --Amazon Customer

Well written, engaging and completely accessible as an autobiography and a spiritual adventure. Love the parables and poems! We re seeing more awakening stories spring up among us regular people herald of shifts to come, I suspect. Thank you for going public. ...I ve personally been recommending the book to friends and colleagues. We wish you continued Magic Something! -Leslie France / The Monroe Institute --The Monroe Institute / Leslie France

In the lineage of Robert Pirsig s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, Carlos Castenada s Don Juan series, and William Least Heat Moon s Blue Highways, Jeff Dixon s 21 Days is a first-person account of a person s spiritual odyssey. Yet it is not the story of the journey up to the peak of the mountain, nor a reflection on what life looks like within that transcending nothingness. Instead, 21 Days is a glimpse of what it looks like when you ve come down the other side and returned to the world. ...This is quite a feat, and 21 Days is quite a book. --Erik W. Wikstrom/ UU Minister

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