Brian Scott Baskins is a philosophical author who was educated at Howard University in Washington, DC. From the editor of his high school’s (Chicago’s Whitney Young) first literary magazine, to completing twelve books, he has a life-long devotion to writing. There are three additional books that he is working on that comprise a spiritual memoir.
Sparked by his death-bed promise to his mother to do something more meaningful with his life, the messenger’s writing called upon the creative insights granted by his parents’ extensive involvement in mindful nondualism and transpersonal metaphysics. This early exposure to Ernest Holmes, Neville Goddard, W. Clement Stone, Napoleon Hill, S.B. Fuller, and the Rev. Johnnie Colemon planted the seeds that blossomed into the twelve book series, The Message of Global Unity.
Born on the Southside of Chicago, Illinois, Brian Baskins exhibited early scholastic achievement by receiving a full academic scholarship to college. A graduate of Howard University School of Business (2000), Brian faced his greatest educational challenge in learning about human awareness. He learned about oneness and global unity at his father’s knee. Dr. Lewis C. Baskins has been an Oneness teacher and public speaker since 1975 when Brian was thirteen years old. Dr. Lewis C. Baskins, published his first book in October 2015, “Uncover the Missing Peace: Dissolve Resentment Avoid Anger.” Brian was inspired by writers Joel Goldsmith and Jiddu Krishnamurti, but in the end, he had to do mindfulness for the insight and self-knowledge to realize global unity.
Although Brian has participated in mindfulness organizations such as Washington, D.C.’s National Spiritual Science Center and the Institute for Spiritual Development, he belongs to no tradition and his teaching is applicable to everyone. Brian’s teaching is simple. He helps people discover what they really are, their true essential non-dual nature beyond all descriptions and labels about themselves. Brian’s writing style is scholarly and direct with wit, humor and empathy. He believes that world peace is everybody’s birthright.
Today, the author continues to write about his favorite topic: global unity. When asked if he thinks he will witness global unity in his lifetime, Brian remarks, “I see global unity right now. I live from that dimension. Like the aesthetic or spiritual values of joy and beauty, global unity rests in the realization and resides in the eyes of the beholder.”
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