Kweisi Ausar's New Book
No Sur offers readers an intimate examination of how spiritual cultivation can help you overcome abandonment, addiction, workplace discrimination, and other stifling traumas. It demonstrates the connection between self-actualization and spiritual identity.
In this memoir, Dr. Kweisi Ausar (formerly Anthony Gatling) shares his story of improbable triumph over seemingly inescapable pain. He details how spiritual cultivation revolutionized his existence and led to the realization of goals and dreams that once felt out of reach. With No Sur, Dr. Ausar instills hope that you can also break the chains that bind your spirit.
This book is available in Paperback and Kindle formats.
Excerpt from No Sur. Chapter 16: Kweisi
No Sur dives deep into how Dr. Ausar struggled through battles with identity, drug addiction, and marginalization in the workplace. This book chronicles the step-by-step process of spiritual development that took root during Dr. Ausar’s childhood and continued through years of recovery in Narcotics Anonymous. He goes into detail regarding the power of spiritual cultivation that was employed by Black ancient Egyptians. Dr. Ausar demonstrates how spiritual cultivation enabled him to transcend negative conditions superimposed on his soul—and how this transformation led to achieving his goals, dreams, and aspirations
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Journalist and Author
No Sur is as profound as it is heartbreaking. Dr. Ausar offers vulnerable storytelling that will help readers reconcile any trauma and reclaim power over their lives.
About the Author
Kweisi Ausar is an Associate Professor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He conducts research on workplace spirituality and other topics related to human dynamics in organizations. Kweisi is focused on empowering individuals to transcend undesirable, dysfunctional, and harmful conditioning by cultivating spiritual competencies that are designed to increase mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.