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Double Vision: Visioning a Brand New You

Blair Franklin Borders

Pages: 152
ISBN: 978-145755-146-8
List Price: 20.00
Category: Health, Self-Help & Spirituality
Available: March 2017
Edition: Perfectbound

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In Double Vision, author Blair Borders takes you on a journey of transformation from ordinary, limited modes of perceiving the world to a consciousness expanding vision, empowering you to live your best life now. This book incorporates a unique blend of philosophy, science, spirituality and religion, revealing eight life-altering principles by which to live as well as the opposing worldly counterpart of each. Each chapter offers a framework to overcome self-limiting behaviors and includes practical suggestions for daily living. Combining the natural gifts of psychological understanding with intuition, Blair aims to provide breakthroughs in mind, body, and spirit, and draws upon the wisdom of philosophers and poets, authors, and mystics in this seminal work.

Blair Franklin Borders became passionately involved in visual arts, communication and music performance at Alexander Dreyfoos Jr. High School for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida. He majored in English with an emphasis in creative writing at Florida State University. After living in Colorado for several years, Blair returned to Florida to be near the ocean he loved, earning a master’s degree in social work from Florida Atlantic University in 2014.

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