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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Me: Life Guide and Guided Journey by Journal Featuring 11 Weeks of 7 Soul:Minds Exercises by Jennifer Ayers-Belinkis is one of the best tools I have read — apart from the writings of Anthony De Mello — which brilliantly proposes a path towards self-awareness and personal growth. It was the title of this book that caught my attention for the sole reason that it is about the one thing that we all are connected with, whether positively or not. Now, what do you find in this book? Ayers-Belinkis invites readers to do the one thing that is hard for most of us — connect intimately with ourselves, learn to rediscover who we are and our worth. Most of us have wandered so far from ourselves that it is hard to return. But this book shows us how to find our way back home.
In a world full of distractions, where our focus can quickly be drawn towards what society — others, the media, family, friends — suggests, it becomes difficult to listen to our hearts. In this book, the author shares her personal journey, helping readers to see how learning to come home to herself brought life changes and allowed her to redefine her vision. In this book she writes about how the way we communicate with ourselves affects our well-being, our sense of purpose, and our happiness. She offers insights on understanding emotions and feelings, identifying our purpose, and who we really are. The book underlines the power of journaling as an effective method to stay tuned with our deepest desires and it also proposes powerful exercises to enhance self-knowledge, self-mastery, and to take control of our life.
I enjoyed this book and the part I loved the most was the mind exercises. The writing is very friendly and the reader feels like having a good and inspiring conversation with a friend. Me: Me: Life Guide and Guided Journey by Journal Featuring 11 Weeks of 7 Soul:Minds Exercises is a book about you, a book that gives you the wisdom to connect meaningfully with yourself and to find your life’s purpose. The author’s voice is authoritative yet filled with compassion and love. This is one of the best books you will read on self-care, on tapping into the power of your subconscious mind and taking control of your life. It is inspiring and empowering.