Tuesday, February 23, 2016

James Nussbaumer | The Master of Everything: A Story of Mankind and the World of Illusion We Call Life


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S y n o p s i s 

Are there times you feel you're not living at your true potential? Could it just possibly be you don't know the depths of your real knowledge? Why are we afraid to reach within? Nussbaumer's time in prison had surely been hell, and had also been unexpectedly fruitful, resulting in his return to his first love, writing. It is here, with a series that begins with The Master of Everything, where he answers our life's questions. The manuscripts were painstakingly handwritten in lined notebooks and the material just kept coming.

In 2008, financial planner James Nussbaumer was convicted of felony theft. At age fifty, he found himself incarcerated and facing a ten year prison term. On his first night in prison, he was stunned when the locker he is assigned contains a worn, dusty book no one will claim--a book for which he has been searching: A Course in Miracles. His in-depth study of its lessons, combined with frank descriptions of his prison life, will guide you to a supreme freedom of your own. By turns instructive, challenging, humorous, and elevating Nussbaumer's inspirational memoir takes us on an inner journey to becoming The Master of Everything. 

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James Nussbaumer, a former financial advisor of 25 years following service for his country with the U.S. Air Force, was indicted in 2007 and received a comparatively exorbitant sentence of 10 years in prison for a foolish securities violation to offset losses he incurred for clients—the entire amount of which has been repaid. The severe sentence was overtly political, meant to "set an example" during a period of panic and abuses in the investment industry. Some months after he found himself in prison at age 50, a remorseful and shattered man, he was moved to a section housing "old" prisoners: anyone over 35. There, he was stunned when the locker he was assigned contained a worn, yellowed and dusty book no one would claim—a book he'd been searching for to no avail: A Course In Miracles.

Along with frank descriptions of prison life, Nussbaumer shares what he spent every single day studying and writing about: the nature of the prison in which virtually all of us dwell, a world of illusion where fear drives us to make wrong turns and to live in despair. His time in prison was surely hell, and also unexpectedly fruitful, resulting in his return to his first love, writing, while surrounded by the chaotic, volatile, and often violent din of the cell block. He writes about redirecting the mental power of our mistakes—before we act them out—into positive results. This book is the first of an ever-developing series. Written from deep in the rabbit hole of the prison system his voice is direct and real enough readers won't realize turning the pages on the way through his remarkable personal story.

Though, a free man now thanks to a forgiving Judge, he continues to operate on equal parts of determination, faith, and hope, while guiding his readers to a supreme knowledge of their own. He lives in Massillon, Ohio, and has three lovely adult daughters and four grandchildren. His public speaking is gearing globally with lectures that are instructive, challenging, humorous, and elevating. Nussbaumer's inspirational messages take us on an inner journey to becoming The Master Of Everything. 

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