This book totally defines your true nature: how to get in touch with it, and be guided in your life through it. Your True Nature is that part of you that is above conditioning, reaction and confusion. It is pure. It is your real potential. To the degree that we can be honest with ourselves, cut the rhetoric and separate our emotions from our truth, is the degree to which we can live authentically and in peace with life.
The cost of separating ourselves from nature is being recognised. The human cost of separating people from what is true and natural within them is becoming unquestionable. Our respect for humanity as a global family means we are returning to respect nature. This is inseparable from the quality of the environment we live in, both internal to ourselves and external in the world at large.
Knowing yourself, your True Nature, is a great contribution to this quest for a better life and a better world. This work invites you to look beyond the conditioning of your culture, your corporation and your family to find what is REAL within you. It invites you to explore your True Nature.
Chris Walker is a leader in the field of personal change through higher consciousness: applying the ancient laws of nature to modern times. With over 30 years helping people change, he writes his books with both the wisdom of the ages and the discipline of well seasoned hands on personal guide. Walker lives in Sydney, Australia but spends much of his life on the road working with clients which include: Indigenous communities, Federal Governments, Fortune 500's and individuals looking for fast, clear conscious change.
Chris spends 3 months of the year working with groups up high in the Himalayas of Nepal. In his writing Walker draws on his MBA and BE as well as numerous qualifications in Eastern arts including: Yoga, Meditation, Shiatsu, Zen, Reiki and others. This is the unique diversity you get in his books; however, Walker's real inspiration is nature. A passionate student of the ancient laws of nature, Chris spends every moment he can outdoors in the wild. This, he believes, is the connection to nature we must all cherish in order to sustain our personal humanity.
This is Chris's 21st book on the Universal Laws of Nature.