Asheville, N.C. – Nationally known men’s workshop facilitator Gary Stamper of Whittier is a finalist for the distinction of “The Next Top Self-Help Author,” a competition created by James Twyman and Robert Evans, founder of the Messenger Network. The winner receives a book contract courtesy of Conari Press.
“What good is it if the Goddess returns and there’s no Divine Masculine to hold space for her?” Stamper questions in the first sentence of this ground-breaking work of men’s spirituality, Awakening the New Masculine: The Path of the Integral Warrior.
In its pages, he offers the work as an antidote to an alternative landscape filled with publications and programs by women for women, instead offering a stand-out alternative uniquely for men stepping powerfully into 21st century life and relationships.
Stamper’s live workshops incorporate cutting edge technologies combined with ancient, shamanic altered states wisdom, initiation and ritual. Men looking for solutions to personal dilemmas arrive at a new way of being giving them access to the freedom they seek. Many cite a deeper connection in personal relationships, and increased enjoyment of their work and life as a whole. The book is based on this incredible personal work.
“When you step into the truth of who you are, speaking from your heart, everyone with whom you are in relationship will relax and trust you,” says Stamper. “We want to change the world, and we begin by changing ourselves.”
Western North Carolinians can support Stamper by visiting his My Author Page online. Watch the video, vote for the book, and follow the simple instructions to receive the first three chapters of the book *F*R*E*E* as his thanks for your support. Find out more about Gary Stamper by visiting his personal website and blog at http://www.garystamper.com/.
Sherri L. McLendon is a freelance writer in Weaverville, N.C. Find out more about her by visiting her media services website, http://www.sherrimclendon.com.
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