My latest book, The McAllister Code, was written by developing an outline derived from several different ideological paradigms. By laying these paradigms side my side and seeing how they interweave, I wrote the story by following the consistent flow between all of them. Upon reading it, some of them are more glaring than others, but I would like to use the next few blogs to state what paradigms were used, and continue to write about them over the coming months and discuss how they were used in the book. I feel that I have been drawn to these, because each of these paradigms describe the human experience and can help us as we make our way to whatever “next level” we are striving for.
As you read the book, you will find principles drawn from the teachings of:
Aristotle – Dramatics
Joseph Campbell – A Hero with a Thousand Faces
David Hawkins – Power vs. Force
Stephen Covey – The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
James Redfield – The Celestine Prophecy
The Major Arcana of the Tarot
The Buddhist Eightfold Path
The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
Dr. Wayne Dyer
The Seven Chakras
The Four Elements, Suits, and Human Aspects
Few of these paradigms are explained totally outright, but each contributed in their own way in the breaking of the code. Go sign up for The McAllister Code now at www.themcallistercode.com and follow the blog for more information on the development of the Code.