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Shaving the Inside of Your Skull

4.13  ·  Rating Details ·  61 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
An instructive, proactive, and highly entertaining work of counterculture philosophy, alternative psychology and in your face spirituality, this book descibes how readers can rid themselves of limiting beliefs so that they may experience the fresh breezes of their uniqueness.
Paperback, 219 pages
Published January 13th 1997 by Tarcher
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S Kasm
Mar 24, 2007 S Kasm rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Inspiration
Learn how to literally think "outside of the box" and challenge conventional thought processeses in this unique compilation of essays and short commentary.

This book is bold, raw, and forces you to re-examine your most basic convictions -- get ready for a real journey of self-discovery and check your inhibitions at the door! 'cause you're really gonna need it -- Whip out that razor and start shaving, shaving, shaving and at the end of the ordeal you'll feel lighter and perhaps more open to ideas
Dec 09, 2011 Annette rated it it was amazing
I rediscovered this book while cleaning out a trunk... it's a must read ! Based on the contention that all we know and believe was planted in our brain by others, parents teachers etc... the author gives you the 'razors' to clean the stuff out of your skull and replace it with what you DECIDE to believe.... You can pick this little gem up, learn something about yourself and put it down again. I promise, every time you pick it up you will learn something new - or experience it in a new way !
Ryan (miyu)
Jan 13, 2008 Ryan (miyu) rated it liked it
I really enjoyed this book. Like Prometheus Rising by R.A.W. it has mental exercises to allow someone to work on their own paradigm shift. Sometime I will go back and give the exercises a little more time and effort. Hopefully I can convince Jeff or Ryan to practice them with me.
Jan 31, 2016 Fishface rated it really liked it
Excellent book of exercises designed to dissolve the waxy yellow build-up in your thinking.
Nov 11, 2008 Keith rated it it was amazing
Clear your head and look at things from a different viewpoint. Balance. Lead your own life and not the life others or society choose for you.
Aug 15, 2008 Ann rated it really liked it
Have just picked it up for a bit of a re-read. Will try and remember to report back.
Jul 13, 2011 Diana rated it it was amazing
love it... fun to read with a friend
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