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Brurce Barcomb Author Interview

The Change Agent – Paradigm Shift in Consciousness teaches readers how to live a life through personal values by evaluating their life experiences, genetic makeup, and social programming. Why was this an important book for you to write?

I watched in horror at the Jan. 6th, 2021, US Capital Insurrection wondering how as a Nation we could have gone astray. What messaging had these individuals internalized so that they would attack our beloved Republic. For if Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes.

What is one piece of advice someone gave you that changed your life?

What you see you learn, what you learn you practice, and what you practice you become. And if, Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes.

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your book?

That we have the ability to Change, create paradigm shifts in prior thinking or behaviors that we may have once believed, espoused, supported, or lived. These paradigm shifts are the difference between repeating patterns blindly, or conversely inspiring us to future growth.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

I have no current ideas, but I do take notes when something inspires me, mental book notes, so that when the right moment of inspiration is there the next natural logical write will transpire. Inspiration, not perspiration – – – always.

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The Change Agent – Paradigm Shift in Consciousness

The Change Agent – Paradigm Shift in Consciousness by Bruce Barcomb is an extensively researched philosophical book that will get you thinking. The author provides an enthralling capsulation of the fundamentals of philosophy, mythology, and religious ideologies as they apply to governing human affairs that are precise and to the point.

The purpose of Barcomb’s work is primarily built on inspiring the reader to bask in self-reflection and inspire one to live through personal values of holistic autonomy. An outstandingly devised structure greets the reader with the first section of twelve: The Template You’re Born With. It evokes a conscious reassessment of one’s life from childhood to the present and the influence of genetic makeup, psychology, spirituality, and social programming. The final chapter, A Nation Gone Under, was a stellar placement. It rounded out Barcomb’s work with a scrutinous, inquisitive eye on the Reagan era and Trump empire-turned-government using the hypothetical correlation between religion and politics in America.

The ongoing ideological theme of the book is this: “What you see you learn, what you learn, you practice, and what you practice, you become.” This theory is explained through the use of data tables and diagrams. Providing these visually engaging charts and tables brought logic and order to Barcomb’s work, bolstering the overall high-quality piece.

Readers without an adequate background in either political science theory, spirituality, or evolution will be able to enjoy the concepts intended to be followed in this book. In addition, research materials that are publicly accessible and verifiable will help readers make sense of Barcomb’s assertions and thought patterns. However, this is not a light read and will give readers much to think over as they go through the text.

The Change Agent – Paradigm Shift in Consciousness is an enlightening, thought-provoking, and informative philosophy book. This is a must-read for those knowledgeable in politics or philosophical principles and interested in the intercept between historical events and psychological influence and religion. 

Pages: 263 | ASIN: B09ZPZWT46

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