All too many of us create an outer persona or ego self in order to cope with the fear and anxiety we feel on a daily basis. Our ego self normalizes these intense emotions and stops us from feeling anything at all as we drive ourselves towards our goals of financial status and success. In his book, "Silent," Gregory Nicholas Malouf asks that we start to recognize what we feel and in doing so, face our truth. Once we are able to acknowledge, accept and forgive ourselves for being afraid, we are able to stop running away, live in the present and so create the life we most desire. In the spirit of Eckhart Tolle and Marianne Williamson, Malouf, founder of Epsilon Healing Academy, frankly reveals his journey from an abusive childhood that will shock you and move you, to his empty existence as a wealthy and highly successful entrepreneur living 'the dream'. A real account of life at its worst and the lessons Malouf learnt to transform it to life at its best, to reconnect with your true, inner self and find the power of the silence within to lead the life you most desire.
"Becoming our most effective, content self is not a foolish pipe dream or a myth. It is our birthright, and something that is within the grasp of each and every one of us. Not one of us can change our past, but all of us have the power to shape our future."-Gregory Nicholas Malouf, founder of Epsilon Healing Academy "Silent offers each reader a guided journey on a healing path to his or her authentic self. It is the candle that will enable you to illuminate your inner light, and in the darkness help you learn how to reflect on and hear your truth so that you can ultimately live it. It is empowering, challenging, and inspiring to anyone seeking personal growth."- Dr. Jane Greer, psychotherapist, author of What About Me? Stop Selfishness From Ruining Your Relationship "Gregory Malouf has the courage to share his darkest moments both at the hands of others and his own choices. He shares what I call an "inside out" story where someone takes an experience they would've never chosen to happen to them and turns it inside out, transforming his world and the world around him for the better. Gregory lays out so well what I believe to be our only personal power--that each of us has the power to choose to be the kind of person we want to be."--Daryn Kagan, Host, The Daryn Kagan Show, author and creator, DarynKagan.com