||Aug 8, 2008
Ground-breaking new theory of life that will give you a new form of analysis and a new way to learn about your future.
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Life Cycles College
Life Cycles is a ground-breaking new theory on what life is all about. It is both controversial and evidence-based and states that we live our lives in symbolically repeatable twelve year cycles. There are two important years and this is where we see fate take a hand in unusual ways.
Designed to entertain and inform; details from the public record are used to dissect the lives of world leaders, showbiz personalities, crinimals and ordinary citizens. You will learn about your life's symbolic meaning and be introduced to a whole range of new terms and icons.
You won't read anything quite as original and intruiging and you will never look at your life the same way again. You will learn how to apply this analysis to your own life and how to gain insight into your future.
How could there still be a stone unturned in the quest to understand your life's purpose? So many well entrenched systems already exist and some have done so for thousands of years.Still we are all inquisitive creatures by nature and I aim to feed your voracious appetite and stoke the ever-burning furnace of controversy by introducing you to Life Cycles.
Let's face it we all openly or secretly love topics to do with self-analysis. You might dismiss astrology as unscientific nonsense, but I'll bet you love to sneak a look at an article about your own sign's expected good fortune for the coming twelve months. It is pretty much the same for less high rpofile systems such as numerology, palmistry or even graphology, which reads character from handwriting. There;- "Now you know your life number is one and that makes you an organiser and a leader". I'll bet your chest swells at the mention of such comforting rhetoric.
Life Cycles- Liana Metal-on Tripod and Amazon
Highly Recommended-Non Fiction/New Age/Self Help
Neil Killion, a psychology degree holder, has had a career in a commercial environment. Visit him at www.LifeCyclesCollege.com.
Life Cycles is a highly original book that is both entertaining and informative. It is based on the new theory of Cycles that govern a human life. According to the author, in every journey of 12 years we reincarnate and the 12 year cycles repeat. As Neil explains, these cycles govern our life and affect the way we see the future. The author urges readers to have a try themselves by creating a life chart and mark the most important events in their life cycles.
The book is written in a simple and easy way to read and it is quite gripping, since it excites the reader's curiosity to learn more about this new method of foreseeing the future. It is certainly a new way to read way bioigraphical material, and the examples the author displays about famous people's lives are quite interesting. The author quotes Aristotle and alexander the Great thus adding more impact to his research. This book can be read as a new version of astrology and it caters to everyone who is interested in analysing his own bio and search for clues that will reveal the future. An entertaining read for those interested in this field!
Life Cycles-Dr. Tami Brady-on TCM Reviews and Amazon
5 Stars Non fiction Self Help
Life is full of cycles.Each year there are seasons. In life, we change from child, to teenager, to adult. Each decade we reach the next age milestone.
Life Cycles illustrates that we also have a twelve year cycle. Each twelve years,we have a revolution or an upheaval in our lives. This chain of events, moves us from our regular life and challenges us to do something more. That more may be career, relationship, or any other important part of our life. Between those twelve year periods is another bump in the road, a solution to be solved, or skills to be learned brfore the period can continue and be fully integrated.
It's an interesting concept. The author provides ample examples of how celebrities and historical figures had their defining moment during the 24th, 36th or 48th year.In my own life this pattern also seems to be true.
LIfe Cycles-Jessica Roberts on Book Pleasures
This book immediately claims to be different to all others of its type. Tha author tells us that once you have read Life Cycles he guarantees you will look at your own life and the lives of others in a totally different way.
What a start! Do I want to read on? YES! I am always intruiged with any book concerning the mystery of life and whether life is just a lottery or all planned out for us. Consequently, it was impossible to resist this one.
First, Neil Killion says that our life is in twelve yearly cycles. We are also told as well as the significance of twelve yeras, seven years are also meaningful.
He tells us that the book is not about personalities or motives and promises to take us on a journey through the lives of others which will help us understand our own.
I loved the way he tells us to get aboard the shiny new train, but as you hurry towards the platform you will realise there are no other people trying to get on. As you hesitate, feeling all alone, the doors of the carriage slide noiselessly open and in you get. We are off on our life journey!
There are many stations we pass through with symbolic names eg, Revolution Place.
Neil has many famous people he has studied and provides us with evidence how important events in their lives coincide with the twelve year cycle eg, Aritotle, Hitler, J.F. Kennedy and many others.
Our life alters every seven years into the cycle and again there are many examples eg, Nelson Mandela, Pope John Paul II, George Bush and Princess Diana.
I did go along with the author's theories but sometimes found it difficult to actually follow some of his calculations.
He tells us we have a kind of rebirth every twelve years of our lives and how we are formed by them. This is a new concept but with plenty of evidence to support it.
Fascinating, mystifying but I do go along with it-well I'm not sure. Make up your own minds.
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