Albert Clayton Gaulden -- internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and founder of the Sedona Intensive -- reveals step-by-step how you can live authentically and discover your true self.
A leader in the spiritual community, Albert Clayton Gaulden has helped thousands of clients achieve personal growth by harnessing their inner power. In You're Not Who You Think You Are, he uses the same techniques, insights, and exercises to guide readers to a place where they can uncover the obstacles that hinder their fulfillment and find answers to their deepest questions.
At a time when so many people are looking to the world around them for spiritual renewal, Gaulden focuses on looking within. In You're Not Who You Think You Are, Gaulden candidly discusses his own path to peace after years of struggling with alcoholism and includes power-ful, inspiring stories from clients who have used his self-healing methods.
For all those who are looking for a life filled with lasting joy, You're Not Who You Think You Are is a thoughtful, practical, and endlessly illuminating guide.
Albert Clayton Gaulden, founder and director of Sedona, Arizona's popular alternative therapy program, the Sedona Intensive, is also the author of Clearing for the Millennium and Signs and Wonders. The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC World News, and publications such as the Chicago Tribune have featured Albert Clayton Gaulden and his transforming work. Visit his website at www.sedonaintensive.com.
"Albert lets us know that we can talk about a new spiritual renaissance to any degree we want, but it cannot happen until enough of us grasp that the spiritual experience has a mental-health component. He says that we all have to step back and really look at the parts of our character that hold us back, because only then can we become who we really are -- and truly move into a consciousness and mission that changes the world." -- James Redfield, author of The Celestine Prophecy
"Albert Clayton Gaulden is wise, insightful, straight, and committed to the authentic expression of each and every one of us. Join him on this journey and discover a surprise about your authentic nature." -- Debbie Ford, New York Times bestselling author of Why Good People Do Bad Things
"From the first page to the last sentence, Albert Gaulden's You're Not Who You Think You Are shines bright klieg lights on all the bad boy and girl behavior we won't look at or try to change. A rebel with a cause, Gaulden writes in a transparent way about his own painful odyssey from alcoholism to his sober and free authentic self." -- David Arthur Bell, chairman emeritus, Interpublic Group
"Religious or secular, local or global, whatever your perspective, Gaulden invokes a conversation we can all share. He addresses the destructive psychological clutter in our lives and offers instead a powerful, joyous way of being -- one that creates a better life, a better family, and ultimately, a better world. What better lessons can we learn?" -- Catherine Crier, former judge, bestselling author, and host of Court TV's Catherine Crier Live
"In this book, Ramapriya, Albert's Sanskrit name, has brought the concept of self-realization or the Atman -- or Brahmin, as we refer to the authentic self in the language of Vedanta -- into the Western world. With his own Vedas, he shows us how to reach the center of the universe within each of us." -- Swawami Swahawahananda, spiritual head of the Vedanta Society of Southern California
"You're Not Who You Think You Are reminds us that our current task is to create a dialogue among the warriors of the light." -- Paulo Coehlo, author of The Alchemist