Return to your Senses
Save Yourself Before Technology Kills YouBook - 2015
Humans consume a smorgasbord of social media and mass media for breakfast, lunch and dinner, stuffing ourselves to the point of tuning out our inherent senses designed to continuously protect, preserve and reinforce the lives we desire. The dangers of our preoccupation with intellect over intuition are slowly poisoning our existence, and the rich and famous are no exception. Through Eastman's eyes as a protector of A-list actors and other entertainers, CEOs, and government officials, Return to Your Senses delivers a fascinating and hair-raising glimpse into the lives of celebrities - one fraught with predators, paparazzi and dangerous lovers. But readers will also be reminded of the power of their reptilian brains - their inherent senses - which Eastman has used to thwart threats against clients on hundreds of occasions.The reptilian brain is every person's built-in survival guide. Its purpose incorporates fighting, fleeing, feeding and fornication. Without it, humans would not exist today nor would Ronald Eastman be the person he is. At the age of nine, Eastman both became a victim of sexual molestation and discovered his passion for safety and security. Despite his turbulent childhood, which was invaded on by predators and set the stage for an uncertain future, a high school teacher changed Eastman's course in life with just a few words. From that day forth, he literally set out to save the world. Today, he is the exemplary model of wholeness, health and happiness as a result of paying attention to his senses and developing them over time in harsh conditions with the lives of beloved actors, filmmakers, musicians and other popular figures at stake. Sharing bold personal narrative about his experiences and how he learned not only how to survive trauma but thrive, Ronald wrote this book to help others find their purpose by relying on inherent gifts and abilities -- far greater assets than the technological devices they may possess. The book offers an extraordinary, modern and at times, delightfully witty outlook on our human potential by someone whose important asset to serve and protect has been his mind and not a gun.
Publisher: Atlanta, Georgia : Headstrong Press, 
Copyright Date: ©2015
Branch Call Number: 303.4833 Eas
Characteristics: 190 pages ; 23 cm