Review: What My Soul Told Me
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Author Richard Barrett
From the Publisher:
“This book provides a practical step-by-step guide to soul activation. This four step process involves: Connecting with your soul; Befriending your soul; Trusting your soul; Becoming one with your soul. You are a soul in a human body but your ego is unaware of this. To fully step into soul consciousness, you must learn how to align the beliefs of your ego with the values of your soul, and commit to leading a values and purpose-driven life. The ultimate arbiter of where you have got to on your journey into soul consciousness is the quality of the connections you have with other people-not just your family and friends, but the strangers around you. Every person you meet is a soul who is working on the same project as you-promoting the evolution of human consciousness. Rejoice in your common heritage and purpose by connecting with them wherever you are and whenever you can. When you fully realize who you are, you will understand that in caring for others, you are caring for yourself.”
In the first part of this book Richard Barrett shares his personal cosmology in eight chapters of well laid out and extremely easy to understand terms. I especially love the title of the first chapter “Everyone Need a Story”. It is in this first part of the book that we learn of third and fourth dimensions and we are introduced to the soul and the ego.
The second part of the book is titled “Living the Life of Your Soul” and these five chapters cover: Ego-Soul Dynamics, Connecting With Your Soul, Befriending Your Soul, Trusting Your Soul and Becoming One With Your Soul.
At the end of each chapter there is a handy summery-always a nice touch in a self-help book. For many this book will explain the soul in a way that will make perfect sense and fill in many of the gaps left by other books on this topic. I found What My Soul Told Me to be an absolute pleasure to read and I know this is a book I will re-read. If you are having trouble connecting to your purpose in life I recommend this book. You won’t find fluff and stuff here but you will find some ideas that will help you along your journey.
Review by Mary Nale for Attune Magazine