I had many AHA moments when I read this book. I mean like Oprah Super Soul Sunday AHA! --
I've read many Hay House authors and listen to Hay House radio, so I was familiar with Michael Neill. As I listened to his book I realized that all of the things he was saying made sense. The ideas and concepts are things I've always followed naturally but didn't really understand how I could make it work for me.
I've always felt that if something is so difficult that you are "fighting an uphill battle" that it wasn't meant to be. There should be a natural flow of things and it shouldn't be difficult all the time.
This book reinforced for me many things I've always known but I also learned many things that I think are very helpful.
I highly recommend this book, I finished it this morning than started it over again because I felt like I just needed to have it poured in my brain again to grab what I missed the first time. If I had the paper book (and I might actually buy it) it would be dog eared.
To sum up the Author in my opinion, he is a little Wayne Dyer, a more mellow Tony Robinson but presented in a realistic, helpful and easy to apply to daily life manner. He makes me want to be a life coach! (I think I might be gushing) Seriously it's helpful info you can apply this very minute. READ IT!
I really enjoyed this book, but as I find with most books in this category the title isn't really accurate. I found it more as an informative read, with an almost educational feel on brain development, society behaviors etc., having said that I did really enjoy it, finding it interesting. I was excited to listen to it every day on my way to and from work and I felt like I learned alot after I was done. The narrater has a great voice and was very easy to listen to.
Report Inappropriate Content