You Can Understand Your Dreams: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life by David Fontana is a short book that will help us understand our dreams.
We are given over twenty exercises to help us understand our dreams. We are shown how to contact the dream world. We are also shown how to develop dream skills and the art of lucid dreaming. We are taught about dream interpretation. There is also an A-Z guide of dream symbols in the back of the book.
I liked this book and learned a lot about dreams and understanding them. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand their dreams.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Watkins Publishing in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
In10tions: A Mindset Reset Guide to Happiness by Melissa Escaro is a little book that shows us how we can use intentions to make changes in our lives.
We are given a ninety day program to reset our minds. Each day we are given a morning intention focus and a mantra for the day such as, “I view every person with an open heart.” Each night we are given an evening reflection which consists of three questions to journal about how we used the intention throughout the day and how we can improve upon it.
This book is a great 90 day program to help reset your mindset. The intentions are powerful and the journal writing helps to bring the intention into your life. I would recommend this book to those who want a quick ten minute program that will help you change your life.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Soul Rocks Books in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of it.
Mastering Your Self, Mastering Your World: Living by the Serenity Prayer by John William Reich shows us how to implement the principles of the Serenity Prayer into our lives and also to understand it through the lens of modern psychology.
We are shown that our own mastery can be strengthened through training. We are given two mastery templates to help us gain more mastery in both events we can control and events that are out of our control. I liked that at the end of each chapter the chapter was summed up to go over the main points and help us remember better.
I liked how this book used modern psychology and clinical research along with experiments to show us how to gain. Or mastery I our lives. We are given a greater understanding of personal mastery in our lives. I would recommend this book to those who want to gain more mastery over events in their lives.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of it from Psyche Books an imprint of John Hunt Publishing.
The Reputation Economy: How to Optimize Your Digital Footprint in a World Where Your Reputation Is Your Most Valuable Asset by Michael Fertik and David C. Thompson shows us the decisions such as weather or not we are rented an apartment, get a job, or are lent money among other things.
This book will show you how to keep your online reputation good, or if need be how to fix it. This book shows us how computer’s use algorithms to create our reputation and give it to companies to use to make important decisions about our lives. We are shown that even our friends impact our online reputation and can impact companies decisions about us.
I found this book to be relevant for today’s world and I feel that everyone should read this book if only to show them the importance our online reputation has today.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.
The Motivation Manifesto: 9 Declarations to Reclaim Your Personal Power by Brendon Burchard is written in a poetic style that is reminiscent of the writings of the founding fathers of America. I was very excited to get this book in the mail and couldn’t wait to read it. This book is a dark brown hard cover with rounded edges and gold writing on the cover, it also comes with a red ribbon as a bookmark, and looks almost like a bible.
I liked how the book was laid out and found the nine declarations to be motivational. I guess in that sense the title do what it said it would, it provided motivation. However, I felt that there could have been some exercises in the book to help the reader integrate the declarations into their lives a little more. My favorite chapter was the last one where we are encouraged to take an extra breath or two before we begin something and perhaps in doing so we will see certain things in a different light.
Overall, I liked this book and would recommend it to those seeking motivation.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Hay House in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.
The Reason for All Existence: How Existence at it’s Fundamental Level Works by Davis McLeod gives us an idea of why we exist and also how to direct our lives in a positive way. We are shown the “basic concepts that underpin existence.”
We are taught about the idea of a fluid existence. We are shown a different way to look at good and evil, right and wrong. We are asked if concepts are latent knowledge. We are taught at about concepts such as infinity, absolute zero, and existing misconceptions. This little book will show you how such concepts relate to our existence. We will also be shown a different way to look at our world and our existence.
I found this book to be thought provoking and and an interesting read. I would recommend d this book to those who want to see a new way to look at our existence at its fundamental levels.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from O Books in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of it.
Stillness in Mind: A Companion to Mindfulness, Meditation, and Living by Simon Cole is a good book on meditation presented from a western therapeutic tradition for our modern age.
We are taught about not being distracted, not judging, contemplation after meditation, and the mindfulness of feelings among other things. One of my favorite sections of the book was entitled, “Meditation on the Experience of Peace.” We are taught how to use meditation to visit our personal pains. We are shown that through meditation we can overcome our pain and transform it. We are also given a meditation entitled, “Benevolence for Our World” and shown how to use it.
At the end of the book we are given a chapter that shows us where we can go from there after we have read the book. This book is great for anyone who wants to find a new way to look at meditation and mindfulness. I will be reading this book again.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge for my honest and unbiased opinion of it from Change Makers Books.