More about This Endless Moment 2nd. edition

This Endless Moment
The ulti­mate guide to being present

This End­less Moment presents a sim­ple, direct, and clear secret for unlock­ing your full potential.

This Endless Moment is a guide to discovering:

  • ways to enter the peace and con­tent­ment of “full bore” living
  • East­ern approach­es to pres­ence and focus
  • tools for deep­en­ing your rela­tion­ships, hav­ing great sex­u­al expe­ri­ences, and
  • how to live with pas­sion, curios­i­ty and excitement!

You will learn to:

have a rich, full and mean­ing­ful life.

have the deep and inti­mate rela­tion­ship you have dreamed of.

To begin with, there are two things you need to know.

First and fore­most, no mat­ter how dif­fi­cult your life has been up until now, you can turn things around!

Know­ing how to have a strong, clear, mean­ing-packed life is not auto­mat­ic – but it can be learned!

Sec­ond, you can learn: how to live your life with deep rich­ness and full pas­sion – tru­ly anoth­er way of being.

You will dis­cov­er anoth­er, pos­i­tive, self-car­ing and self-affirm­ing way of liv­ing your life.

Most peo­ple who read this book:
are intel­li­gent.
have a career that you val­ue, and are sens­ing some “burnout.”
are not in a hap­py rela­tion­ship, and feel unful­filled, scat­tered, con­fused.
were told that if they had a career, and a fam­i­ly, and fol­lowed the rules,they would be suc­cess­ful, con­tent, and hap­py.
How­ev­er… they do not feel suc­cess­ful. They feel deep dis­ap­point­ment.
were told that doing what every­one else was doing would lead to a con­tent­ed life.
How­ev­er… they do not feel con­tent­ed. They feel bored, unful­filled and con­fused.
done all the right things, and have got­ten all the “wrong things” in return.

It’s the feel­ing of “stuck and not sure what to do next.”

There is a solu­tion. This End­less Moment is filled with cut­ting edge approach­es to liv­ing a ful­filled, enlight­ened and pas­sion­ate life! This End­less Moment is a guide to cre­at­ing new, excit­ing ways to live life and to make respon­si­ble decisions…

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Review

benjock_140

Wayne Allen has tak­en impor­tant com­plex con­cepts and has expressed them in an acces­si­ble and prac­ti­cal way. His very per­son­al approach is remark­able. This is an excel­lent, read­able book. We’re impressed!

 

~ Ben­net Wong & Jock McK­een
Co-founders,  The Haven Institute

Review

Will Bontrager

It spoke to me. Cleared things up. A good author.

OK, this one spoke to me. As much or more than the oth­er Wayne Allen book I had pur­chased and read (the one about the Bud­dha Hall).

The thing is, I was well on the way to fig­ur­ing out myself in rela­tion to my life. Or so I thought.

Like liv­ing my life deal­ing with the cards I’m dealt. And like mak­ing no demands that oth­ers be dif­fer­ent than they are.

Some of the con­clu­sions I had reached were con­firmed in this book. Enough so I iden­ti­fied with it. Then, it pro­ceed­ed to inform me about how much more there is to know.

A lot.

Like the fact that noth­ing means any­thing intrin­si­cal­ly. Which means blam­ing is entire­ly sub­jec­tive. Things like that.

And that there real­ly is noth­ing about me that is bro­ken or needs fixing.

Now, I am lots fur­ther on the way to fig­ur­ing out myself in rela­tion to my life.

Thank you, Mr. Allen. A won­der­ful book you wrote.

~ Will Bontrager

Review

booj_140

Author and psy­chother­a­pist Wayne Allen spent near­ly two years writ­ing This End­less Moment. The pur­pose of this book is to help peo­ple change their lives for the bet­ter. This Zen-ish style book is well-writ­ten and is filled with many sig­nif­i­cant insights that will give you a more clear pic­ture of who you are and how to get what you want from life.

The tone is casu­al, sprin­kled with humour, and full of lessons you’ll wish you knew long ago.

I’ve learned from it, and any­time a book teach­es you at least one worth­while thing you did­n’t know, it is well worth the price. You’ll get your mon­ey’s worth.

 

~ Den­nis “Boo­gie Jack” Gaskill

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This End­less Moment 2nd. edition
This Endless Moment

Available formats:

** Paper­back: 226 pages
** E‑book dig­i­tal down­loads
** PDF download 

* Pub­lish­er: The Phoenix Cen­tre Press
(Jan­u­ary 30, 2017)
* Lan­guage: Eng­lish
* ISBN: 978–0‑9877192–9‑4


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This End­less Moment is all about help­ing you to dis­cov­er the breadth and depth of life that Susan has discovered.

This End­less Moment is a prac­ti­cal guide to liv­ing the kind of life you imag­ine for yourself.

You will discover:

  • 5 ways to take own­er­ship of your life and decisions
  • why it’s impor­tant to live con­tin­u­ous­ly “in the moment,” as you let go of the past
  • 3 ways to com­mu­ni­cate effec­tive­ly, deeply and intimately
  • how to fig­ure out if it’s lust and love—and why this is vital for a great relationship
  • how to deep­en your pas­sion for life … and for your partner
  • tools and tech­niques to relieve ten­sion and distraction
  • how the hap­pi­est peo­ple have found peace and contentment
  • ways to have an excel­lent, mean­ing­ful life
  • how to stop wait­ing and start liv­ing right now
  • how to embrace your unique­ness, and
  • how to be com­fort­able in your own skin

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Review

joe_v_140

…Wayne Allen sent me one of his books to help me through my grieving.

It’s called “This End­less Moment” and con­fronts you with the stark real­i­ty that you decide what any­thing means in your life.

He says in his Zen-ish book, “Every­thing is a fig­ment of your imag­i­na­tion.” I love the reminder. It puts the respon­si­bil­i­ty for your well-being where it belongs: Inside.

~ Dr. Joe Vitale

 

Review

julie_140

I want­ed to tell you that I thought your book was FANTASTIC. I devoured it and thought it was real­ly one of the best things I’ve read in ages. I’d like to get 5 more copies for friends and fam­i­ly for Christmas.

Con­grat­u­la­tions Wayne — I hope you are pleased. It says sooooo much in a con­cise, easy to read, humor­ous way. I just loved it. It was espe­cial­ly pleas­ing as I’ve heard the mes­sages for years, and can just hear your voice and see your expres­sions. Thanks for giv­ing me and oth­ers such a great gift.

~ Julie Redfern

This End­less Moment is “end­less­ly” direct and clear. 

From the Preface -

Clients come in for ther­a­py because some­thing (or sev­er­al some­things) isn’t work­ing. Yet, on an entire­ly dif­fer­ent lev­el (and the point of this book)—the real issue is not what isn’t work­ing. The real issue is that they don’t under­stand that solv­ing their issue requires that they behave differently.

There is an inter­nal bat­tle going on in each of us, between the seduc­tive siren song of stay­ing stuck in the “way I’ve always done life” and the order­ly dis­ci­pline of doing things in anoth­er way.

Most peo­ple waste their lives doing every­thing they can think of to get oth­ers to do things dif­fer­ent­ly. There is a con­sid­er­able emo­tion­al invest­ment in this effort. (Let me be clear about which effort we are talk­ing about: the effort of try­ing to get the world to coop­er­ate in mak­ing you hap­py. Now, “the world” can be a boss, a part­ner, one’s par­ents or kids, your friends… or even the per­son serv­ing you a dou­ble fat-free latte.)

The first step toward wis­dom is to under­stand that you can’t manip­u­late oth­ers or the world to make you happy.

In a sense, all that I ever “teach” clients (and all I ever remind myself) is this: I am respon­si­ble for me, and I am respon­si­ble for how I choose to approach my life. Noth­ing else is going on. This is such a sim­ple point that it flies direct­ly over the head of 95 per cent of the population.

You will learn the prac­ti­cal­i­ties of liv­ing a full and rich life:
Notice what would hap­pen if we under­stood that the world actu­al­ly is phe­nom­e­nal, that it is a series of uncon­nect­ed and non-mean­ing­ful events. We would have to admit that a thing is a thing is a thing, until we make mean­ing about it. To do this requires a leap in our under­stand­ing. The leap is summed up this way: the mean­ing I make about the essen­tial­ly mean­ing­less is mean­ing­ful only to me.

On rela­tion­ships:
In oth­er words, healthy rela­tion­ships are phys­i­cal­ly expres­sive rela­tion­ships. If I am avoid­ing phys­i­cal con­tact with my part­ner, I am in effect say­ing, “I refuse to make con­tact with you.” The refusal may seem to play out phys­i­cal­ly, but that sim­ply rep­re­sents what’s going on at all the oth­er lev­els — emo­tion­al­ly, spir­i­tu­al­ly, and in the couple’s “cou­ple-ness.”

On life:
I’d like to sug­gest to you that life is meant to be an ongo­ing devel­op­men­tal project. This is a con­cept we accept at work — we “glad­ly” train and retrain, look­ing for improve­ments, effi­cien­cies, oth­er, new­er, “bet­ter” ways to do things. I sus­pect we were meant to be on a sim­i­lar walk in our per­son­al lives, but some­how forgot.

Oth­er thoughts:
At the end of the day, this is the real­i­ty of life. We are born and die alone, and the rest of life is a solo job in a crowd. This is either ter­ri­fy­ing or free­ing. I’ll scare myself with it pre­cise­ly to the degree that I refuse to accept respon­si­bil­i­ty for my life. I will free myself pre­cise­ly to the degree that I allow myself the per­son­al sat­is­fac­tion of pad­dling just a lit­tle more effi­cient­ly and effort­less­ly each day.

And here is the point!
In the end.. you’ll find your­self liv­ing out your life in a con­scious, present, hon­est, and curi­ous way. You’ll take what comes with­out judg­ment and decide what you choose to do next. You will be con­sis­tent and clear. And you will be that most unusu­al (yet not spe­cial) of all humans- a self-respon­si­ble per­son, engaged in liv­ing life to the fullest, while extend­ing an invi­ta­tion to oth­ers to join you in the pad­dle, the dance.

This End­less Moment 2nd. edition
This Endless Moment

Available formats:

** Paper­back: 226 pages
** E‑book dig­i­tal down­loads
** PDF download 

* Pub­lish­er: The Phoenix Cen­tre Press
(Jan­u­ary 30, 2017)
* Lan­guage: Eng­lish
* ISBN: 978–0‑9877192–9‑4


Sam­ple Chapter 


Purchase Options

Paper­back: $20.00, E‑book dig­i­tal down­loads $2.99, PDF down­load $4.00

Paper­backs

Pur­chase paper­back from Amazon.com

E‑Books

Pur­chase Kin­dle Ver­sion from Amazon.com

Pur­chase oth­er dig­i­tal ver­sions (Apple, Nook, Kobo, etc.) from this page

Buy the PDF as a download

About the Author: Wayne C. Allen is known on the web as the Sim­ple Zen Guy. Wayne was a Pri­vate Prac­tice Coun­sel­lor in Ontario until June of 2013. Wayne is the author of five books, the lat­est being The. Best. Rela­tion­ship. Ever.

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