Learning to Drive into the Now

PRND

Non-Fiction - Self Help
132 Pages
Reviewed on 07/02/2017
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Learning to Drive Into the Now: PRND by Solan McClean is a motivational and thought-provoking read that is useful when it comes to changing our lives, opening up to our higher selves, and realizing the truth about our own egotistic thinking. The techniques and practices suggested by the author will help to clear away the veil of ego surrounding us and make a noticeable transformation in our way of thinking and living. The author’s concept of using the analogy of driving a car as the vehicle, and looking at it as an extension of our physical self, is simple yet revealing and can be easily put to the test. So let us get started by taking the seat behind the wheel!

I like the concept and the book is engaging and entertaining. It makes us more aware of our surroundings and our moods while we drive. It also helps us to look into ourselves and make a mental note of our temperament and moods. The book will help us to make a change in the way we perceive our life and live in the present moment, instead of focusing on the past or the future. It makes us look at the present moment and realize its importance. Reading books like this will increase awareness and will encourage readers to discover themselves. It is well written and the author’s personal experiences will help readers connect well with the author's words, making the book relatable and tangible. It is a good guide for all those who want to let go, relax, and live in the current moment.

Syd Comming

Great book for someone who wants to practice mindfulness everyday and doesn't have a lot of time to sit. Give it a try.