This website aims to create a learning space to discover who we are and the unlimited potential that we each have within and also to convert these discoveries into definite actions and results.

Personal development programs/courses, books, retreats, metaphysics, and quantum physics are among the various modalities which facilitate the quest for the giants within each of us. We each carry unlimited possibilities for who we can be, who we can impact, and what we can accomplish. I will share my reviews and reflections on my learning through specific self-development programs/courses and other methods, including life experiences.

I’m here to spark your interest in transforming your life according to your heart’s desire by activating your inner strength.

My Story

I’m James Barnett. My journey to search for a father figure and what it means to be a man set me on a journey of self-discovery, self-improvement, and self-awareness.

My parents were separated before I was born. They never saw each other again. My dad died when I was 18. I never met him.

My mom was a single parent, and I was an only child. Growing up, I didn’t usually have friends, so I volunteered to take on extra homework in elementary and high school to have something to do. It became automatic to occupy myself with solitary activities, first as a boy, then as a man. Reading is one of my time-honored hobbies, so much so that I book surf rather than channel surf.

In elementary school, there were years when I was bullied every day. I grew up believing that I couldn’t defend myself and that other people mattered more than I did. It’s taken a lot of effort, including self-development programs, books, etc., to overcome the inferiority complex I carried for so long.

Now I am receptive to loving and accepting myself as I am. It’s a gradual process, but it’s so necessary. I believe very much in education. Education can be found anywhere in life, every day. Learning opportunities are constantly around us.

I know that as I help others become aware of the giants they are that I will also become more aware of the giant I am. I am a student and a researcher who collects wisdom and teachings to empower myself and others.

Why I Want to Help People

I am here to bless, multiply wisdom and love, be fully present, lead to greatness, and cause pleasure so that it is on earth as it is in heaven.

A life filled with massive inspired action, goals achieved, and dreams realized is well worth having. And it’s even more exciting when other people have great results, too. Success and significance enjoy company, and I want lots of company.

This website is one of my ways of participating in humanity’s awakening to something far beyond where we’ve been. It’s a place to share wisdom and enlightenment. It is a platform for you and me to transform and be the best you can be.

If you ever need help or have any questions, feel free to comment below, and I’ll do my best to accommodate any requests or questions you might have. I look forward to sharing the journey of life with you.

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James Barnett

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  1. I can so relate to your article. Two incredibly beautiful quotes from your article below:

    “I know that as I help others become aware of the giants they really are that I will also become more aware of the giant I really am. It is in giving that I receive.” “When I help enough people get what they want, then I get what I want.”

    I have also been a giver all my life, which can be very rewarding, and what you sow, you will reap. However, I also recognize the fact that you mentioned in your article that you should remember to also be on the lookout for yourself, taking care of yourself in the process.

    Many thanks for such a deep, inspiring, and motivational post! If there was a subscribe button, I would subscribe!

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