Category: Book Reviews

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari - Book review
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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari – Book review

AIM OF THE BOOK An internationally bestselling fable about a spiritual journey, littered with powerful life lessons that teach us how to abandon consumerism in order to embrace destiny, live life to the full and discover joy. This inspiring tale is based on the author’s own search for life’s true purpose, providing a step-by-step approach […]

The Road Less Travelled - Book review
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The Road Less Travelled – Book review

AIM OF THE BOOK Considered by many to be THE definitive self help book, The Road Less Travelled deals with emotional, spiritual and psychological health and describes the attributes that make for a fulfilled human being. In the first section of the work Peck talks about discipline, which he considers essential for emotional, spiritual and […]

The Power of Now - Book review
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The Power of Now – Book review

AIM OF THE BOOK Is a celebration of the old idea of enjoying the moment. It deals with the power of the ego, the importance of ‘the now’ and then how we go about exacting the transformation that we all need, leaving the reader feel more empowered, happier and more at peace, even after just […]

Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay - Book Review
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Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay – Book Review

AIM OF THE BOOK Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay has a very targeted audience. It is for those individuals stuck in a relationship wondering if its time to move on, wondering whether it’s them or their partner, wondering if theirs is greatest passionate and turbulent romance of all time, or something more […]

The Alchemist - Book Review
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The Alchemist – Book Review

AIM OF THE BOOK The Alchemist is a glowing light in a dark room. It is a novel and therefore it’s seemingly primary aim is to entertain, it stands instead as a work of great inspiration. It is a magical fairy tale that uplifts, inspires and motivates. Written from personal experiences, Coelho has penned a […]

All Gods Children Are Lost But Only A Few Can Play The Piano - Book review
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All Gods Children Are Lost But Only A Few Can Play The Piano – Book review

AIM OF THE BOOK ‘Finding a life that is truly your own’ says the book’s cover, and it never deviates from this simple exploration. ‘All God’s children are lost, but only a few can play the piano’ references a quote from an anecdote in an early part of the book. The book explores the power […]

Honest to Goodness - DVD review
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Honest to Goodness – DVD review

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The Drama of the Gifted Child - Book review
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The Drama of the Gifted Child – Book review

AIM OF THE BOOK The cover proclaims proudly ‘The Search for the True Self’, and certainly The Drama of the Gifted Child pursues this aim. But really this book is more about dealing with issues that we all have (and certainly some more than others) as a result of the strains and stresses of the […]

 
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