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Smarter than Snakes: A Woman's Diary

D Patrick Georges

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ISBN 10: 1413428568 / ISBN 13: 9781413428568
Published by Xlibris, Corp., 2004
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Title: Smarter than Snakes: A Woman's Diary

Publisher: Xlibris, Corp.

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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Though primarily a self-help book, 'Smarter than Snakes' is also a novel that makes for a great deal of just plain enjoyment. The author wrote the book in response to requests by readers of his book 'The Train of the Fifth Era', who found the concepts and practices described in that book useful but could not put them to good use, because habits are all but impossible to change. Here he offers his Noosomatic model that provides some answers in the form of non-psychoanalytic approaches to changing beliefs, habits and expectations.

As a novel 'Smarter than Snakes' describes how an innocent quest for a simpler, more spiritual life turns into a nightmare as two seekers, ordinary Americans, stumble across the path of the covert operations of two world powers and become unwilling spies. The story takes the reader initially through a woman’s journal from the most complex concepts regarding the mind/body/spirit known to man, to the outer nether world of the shadow government, all governments in fact, and the ruling classes.

Accused by the woman he loves of using and betraying her, the damned hero of the story finds himself haunted by agents of the shadow government as he runs from Bora Bora seeking sanctuary off the gringo trail in Saudi Arabia. There, under the guidance of a top American lobbyist working for a Saudi billionaire, he assesses his options and composes an apology to his lost love. In the process he discovers the dirty truths of machinations behind the facade of democracy, equality, human rights and other myths.

The cold, hard facts to back up the truths that hold this work together, the lavish descriptions of some of the most beautiful parts of the world, some of the most beautiful people, make for a rich, riveting story that holds one's interest to the very end.

About the Author:

D. Patrick Georges is Chairman of La Costa Consultants, Inc., of California, and former adjunct professor of management at National University in San Diego. He has authored several books and articles and is co-creator of the Synolic model for comprehensive human resource development. More on his web site: www.dpgeorges.org

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