In Hollywood to Heaven: Building a Stairway of Conscious Abundance, Patrick Cameron describes a life pursuing success, glory and wealth in Hollywood, followed by a search for personal value behind the pulpit. Then the realization that you can achieve both; it is not necessary to choose one over the other.
In this potentially life-altering look at inspiration and how you can achieve both value and success, Patrick describes how the staircase to attainment and abundance contains the same climbing secrets as does the stairway to value – the stairway of consciousness.
Faith is taking the first step when you don’t see the whole staircase. – Martin Luther King
With a powerful, informative and entertaining style, Patrick uses parables and teaching stories from his personal experiences within a questioning childhood, an anxious youth, while building cabinets in the kitchens of the Hollywood elite, while experiencing the exciting life of a budding actor in Hollywood, as a spiritual leader in California and then while building the largest “new thought” community in Canada.
On his journey, Patrick experienced a shift in perception and new wisdom about how living an inspired life can elevate consciousness, giving birth to new insight, opportunity and action. This shift also leads to success, abundance and an intimately powerful connection to our deeper self. And he does it in a manner that is easily understood and relevant to people’s day-to-day challenges and opportunities.
An inspiring communicator, a master carpenter and modern teacher of spiritual living, Patrick constructs a beautiful staircase with seven simple steps that will lead you to both meaning and abundance.
Ron LaJeunesse is currently retired after a successful career in health administration serving as the CEO of several large health service organizations. He is also a former college instructor, Police Commissioner, School Board Chair, restaurateur and president of a human resources consulting company.
Educated in business administration, education and psychiatric nursing, Ron is the recipient of numerous professional and community service awards including a Canadian Governor General’s medal for community service. He is also the recipient of a top literary award for his book Political Asylums and is co-author of two recent books, Addicts in Wonderland and We All Feel Grumpy Sometimes.
The father of 4 adult children, Ron and Wendy spend their summers in Alberta and winters in Arizona.