Tuning in to the Voice That Matters
by Charles Holt
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|Foreword by Michael Bernard Beckwith |
In his dynamic book Intuitive Rebel: Tuning in to Voice That Matters, Charles Holt describes the Voice as one's most precious possession-an innate gift that holds the keys to our greatest achievement and our greatest potential. For those of us who can hear and understand it, the divine truth spoken through the Voice can gracefully lead us through life's mazes, helping us understand the powerful meaning behind our challenges, our victories, and ourselves.
Charles Holt takes us on a journey within, showing us how to recognize this voice of inspiration by delving into Universal principles such as Excellence, Community, Freedom, Forgiveness, and Service. Holt's teachings-combined with poignant, personal stories of heartbreak and transformation-celebrate the message of freedom being spoken from the core of our existence. As he leads us from his early days growing up in the South, to his work in corporate America, to his performances in some of Broadway's greatest productions and beyond, Charles offers us a deeper awareness of the inner broadcast happening every moment of our lives. This higher call is unmoved by circumstance and impervious to the effects of any outside chatter or disturbance.
The principles in Intuitive Rebel offer fresh tools for cracking ourselves open to reveal our authentic self-expression and self-worth. They offer the reader a clear road map on how to access and to trust their own intuitive guidance system. The Voice that matters is always speaking to a listening inner ear in ways that we can understand, telling us more of who and what we are, and why we came here in the first place.
|ABOUT THE AUTHOR|
|Charles Holt is an actor, singer, and producer who has starred in some of the most celebrated productions in American theater history including Smokey Joe's Café, Jesus Christ Superstar, and The Lion King. He was the first African American to play the role of Rocky in the European tour of The Rocky Horror Show. Charles received widespread recognition for his one-man stage production, notably his 20-character portrayal in Black Boy; The Smoke King; and Never Fight a Shark in Water. He and fellow actor Gerald C. Rivers chronicled the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., through their presentation Martin & Music. Charles has entertained sold-out audiences such as The John F. Kennedy Center, and has appeared on television and in films. On the music front, Charles' debut album, I Am, garnered rave reviews and was followed by the new classic, Rushing Over Me. He tours colleges, universities, and spiritual centers around the world performing his Sole Music Concert Series: A Journey Through an African American Quilt of Song. Charles has addressed many groups and organizations including TEDx, Engaged Diversity Leadership Conference, and NCORE (National Conference on Race and Ethnicity). Intuitive Rebel is his first book. Charles lives in Los Angeles, California.|