Consider the idea of jumping toward your dreams when Steven Keeler discusses his book “Leap: But How Will I Live, Eat or Pay for Gas?” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 at Eagle Harbor Book Company. (Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company)
                                Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Consider the idea of jumping toward your dreams when Steven Keeler discusses his book “Leap: But How Will I Live, Eat or Pay for Gas?” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 at Eagle Harbor Book Company.

Consider the idea of jumping toward your dreams when Steven Keeler discusses his book “Leap: But How Will I Live, Eat or Pay for Gas?” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 at Eagle Harbor Book Company. (Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company) Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Consider the idea of jumping toward your dreams when Steven Keeler discusses his book “Leap: But How Will I Live, Eat or Pay for Gas?” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 at Eagle Harbor Book Company.

Aspirational author visits Bainbridge

Consider the idea of jumping toward your dreams when Steven Keeler discusses his book “Leap: But How Will I Live, Eat or Pay for Gas?” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 at Eagle Harbor Book Company.

By the time we reach adulthood, most of us know what brings happiness and fulfillment into our lives. Yet we struggle to make our dreams into reality, and our struggles cause sadness and frustration.

In 2003, Keeler, a psychotherapist, began a self-imposed experiment to prove that our beliefs, which we can learn to control, are the single biggest influence on the reality we create for ourselves. But fear-based beliefs keep us trapped by the idea of scarcity — that within our vast universe there aren’t enough resources to go around.

The author moved to Hawaii and decided to simply trust his powerful connection to “all-that-is” and choose abundance over scarcity. He dared to believe that he could literally sit on the beach in paradise and not work, yet have a more abundant life than he ever dreamed possible.

Through disappointing setbacks and glorious victories, Keller allowed his dreams to come into reality.

“Leap: But How Will I Live, Eat, or Pay for Gas?” tells of his incredible journey.

International psychotherapist, consultant, author and grad school prof, Keeler is an expert in the field of human potential and transformational change. His successful private practice “A Better Life through Therapy and Healing” has helped thousands of people, as well as multiple organizations, around the world.

Visit www.eagleharborbooks.com to learn more.

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