In December of 2011, I gave a talk to an audience of scientists, Pentagon officials, politicians, and CEOs on the secret of life and how I'd figured it out the previous summer. Afterward, people came up individually and told me how much what I'd shared meant to them. This book is based on the truth I spoke about. It's something I learned from within myself, something I believed saved me. And more than that, the way I set about to do it.
This is a collection of thoughts on what I learned, what worked, what didn't. Where I succeed and importantly, where I fail daily. The truth is to love yourself with the same intensity you would use to pull yourself up if you were hanging off a cliff with your fingers. As if your life depended upon it. Once you get going, it's not hard to do. Just takes commitment and I'll share how I did it.
It's been transformative for me. I know it will be transformative for you as well.
©2012 Kamal Ravikant (P)2013 Kamal Ravikant
Yes, it gets back to basics and to the root of what we need to remember to live magical lives that contribute to ourselves and all others around.
"Live Your Truth" Kamal's second book. Same style, simple, easy flow, to the point.
The quality is great and Kamal has a very sweet voice.
What I like most about the book is the guts of the writer who is an entrepreneur in Sillicon Valley, a person we would not expect to come out and talk about love. A paradigm shift of sorts, and a brave one!
Kamal has been on the floor, sick and bordering death. It was then, at the darkest hour, that he had an epiphany and this book is born out of it. I read it and felt the love flowing through me, the importance of the message, the necessity of it right now, in my life.
I was taken aback by the the cover, but upon a second look I noticed that in this time of insanity we are living, where we constantly leave the mind unchecked and believe anything it says to be true, a time where contemplation and stillness are rare, loving ourselves is indeed necessary because our life does depend on it.
What a waste of an hour of my time. Okay, I get it; we should love ourselves. And the only bit of instruction is to sit down for 7 minutes a day listening to a song you like telling yourself you love you. How long did it take you to read that last sentence, because that's how long this book should have been.59 minutes of filler.
No, it hasn't turned me off, but it did made me feel duped.
He's got a good speaking voice. I have nothing against his performance.
Everything before and after he says, "Love Yourself." The rest of it was filler.
Personally I related completely, thats exactly what i look for in books. His voice very soothing and genuine.
It increased my interest on different perspectives of viewing self love.
The author takes a personal method that worked for him and shares it. After reading it, i had to buy the audio for my long daily commute . I read it non stop on a bad night. It was like having someone by your side, helping you with your emotional breakdown and guiding you to a positive outlook. I personally LOVED it.
Nothing at all
Would recommend it for those who are ready to change for a better.
I love the way this was read to me, I felt he was just talking to me, yes from the heart and yes to his heart. For me this was a YES moment of course, I / we must love ourselves before we can love others. Enjoy :)
I read the reviews, some raves, some rants. For me, I was drawn to the cover. I have been struggling with many things including illness and working it from every angle I can imagine. Kamal closes by saying the key is to make your bow and write it down and keep it in front of you, on your desk at all times. What is missing is first of all some depth and proof points, this is no share all about his turn around, just that he had one. And lastly, if it's ok to just make the mantra "I love myself" into a book, at the very least, you could share what your written vow says. Now I know why some people felt compelled to get their money back even though the book is cheep.
Such a good read for such a short book, well worth the price
He describes a picture of despair that felt so native to me and then explains how he got out of it. Some great tips that I have brought into my life with good results so far!
Listened to this in one go
"Personal Truth Reigns"
Kamal's epiphanic reality is a breath of fresh air. l loved his simplicity. A great listen indeed.
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