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Bulletproof Peace: 30 Spiritual Secrets of Peace and Happiness Kindle Edition
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Enlightenment - in spite of being submerged in outward materialism.
Practical Methods - immediately available to get you going.
The book starts with the author's personal account of his varying circumstances throughout several years. Essentially, informing the reader that starting from a purely materialistic perspective, he was inextricably drawn to unseen forces behind the workings of this physical reality. Now, this is a story theme that has been told many times before, and, it is also the same story theme that has never been told many times before because many have no interest to do so. In fact, in recounting stories, whether nursery rhymes, history, literature, holy books, ancient teachings, etc., after thousands of years of doing so, there is little originality in the themes expounded, rather, it is the fine details, different settings, unique perspectives, etc., that makes or breaks it.
So what of the fine details in the first part of the book recounting the author's journey through the stages of inner enlightenment? It is mysterious and sad. It will be unique to many readers, but should be very relatable. "Money gets you experiences" appears as the premise for the author's failing when taken to an extreme. But taking anything to an extreme will result in overdosing and the consequences. Did not the author know this at the time? Do we not all know this, even if not blatantly thinking it? Of course this is known at some level, therefore, when taking things to an extreme implies self-directed destruction. To what end? To bring about change. In the author's case it took several years.Read more ›
This book is both an account of the author's own experiential journey of self- transformation through somewhat devastating personal health issues, as well as a compendium or toolkit/manual of his tried and tested self-help techniques towards greater levels of happiness and freedom.
There is a lot of material given and lots of ideas for developing and finding out your own best way for healing and moving forward. The writing style is straightforward and easy to understand and the techniques simply explained without unnecessarily complex or complicated language. There is an ease with which situations are explained and a gentle encouragement, which makes the material easy to relate to.
One gets the sense throughout that the author has genuinely gone through many difficult and challenging situations and is speaking from his own experience, which makes the material valuable and gives the whole book authenticity.
A worthwhile read.