Shaving The Inside Of Your Skull
You know how they say no one ever goes past the first page of search results on Google? Well, as an experiment I decided to jump to page seven after searching for "shaving", and here's what I found: Mel Ash's book Shaving The Inside Of Your Skull. That certainly piqued my interest. Here's the Amazon review:
Zen monks traditionally shave their heads as a symbol of their renunciation of the world. But author Mel Ash points out that it's not enough to shave the outside. Why not shave the inside as well? This is one wild and crazy book. Ash gives us "razors" to use that are really creative homework assignments to help us shave all the beliefs, isms, and self-limitations that hold us back. Topics for enlightenment include picking your nose in your car, tracing your tree of belief, and finding your secret name--and that's just on one page!
The first five pages are available for your perusal at Amazon through their "Look Inside This Book" technology. Read up about Ash's razor metaphor, his shaving schedule, and decide if this book is right for you. Nine out of nine people gave it five stars. There must be some pearls of wisdom in there. But just to clear the air of any legal responsibility, we certainly do not advocate or suggest literally shaving the inside of your skull. Or anyone else's. Thank you. Please shave responsibly.
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Posted by Russell Neufeld at September 30, 2008 8:28 AM