Saturday, January 30, 2010

Eby Way Blog Interview

#1. Please introduce yourself to our friends on this Blog:

I am the author of The Eby Way. Have a Masters in Social Work; 40 years of professional experience; Retired from the VA as a social worker.

#2. Will you tell us a little about your book?

The Eby Way, is a self-help guide to overcoming past dark secrets so we can achieve our goals today. You can also learn four simple steps to a more positive life.

#3. Why did you write it?

Year after year books are published promising happiness, joy, prosperity, love, and health. They just don’t tell us how to do it.

Oh, yes, they tell us to think positive or forget about the past. They offer us chants and “powers” and even “secrets”.

Here’s the real secret: as long as your heart or mind or body remembers that negative incident from how ever long ago, your ability to change will not be at hand.

Unlike these other books, I will show you how to stop the negative so you can truly gather the positive.

#4. Why should people buy it?

You can use my emotional healing process to overcome any negative issue or barrier in your life. It is fully field tested to facilitate change on all levels.

#5. Are free samples of your work available?
Please watch The Eby Way video here and check out some free samples of my work:

#6. Here is a review by Wheelman Press: "After working in the social work field for 37 years, author Gary Eby developed a simple formula to help anyone overcome a negative past and to embrace a positive lifestyle. In his book, Eby proves the effectiveness of his technique by providing examples of his own experiences as well as the stories of some of the people he has counseled."

#7. For a limited time, The Eby Way is available on eBay at a significant discount: I'll accept all reasonable bids.

The Eby Way is free when you use my Ether services
Gary Eby
1-888-MY-ETHER ext. 03696617

Saturday, January 9, 2010

The Eby Way to Centering

The New Year for 2010 in Cave Junction, Oregon was ushered in with the constant drumming of dark rain that morphed into an oppressive fog. After too many days of these doldrums, I decided to recharge my psychological batteries by driving to the coast. Crescent City, California is only about an hours drive down Highway 199 from our home.

I soon found relief at my favorite roadside observation spot. The sun was out, beaming seductive warmth through wisps of paint-brush clouds, which refracted light into candy cane pastel colors over the ocean horizon. The surf pleasantly droned moderate white-cap waves that were speckled with black-suited surfers waiting to a catch a few free rides.

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