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The book we read to make life changes
Reinvent Me by Camilla Sacre Dallerup
A gripping eight-part programme that will help you reinvent your life and clear away the dead wood. Whether you want to make a big life change, such as start a new career and end a relationship, or simply want to find new hobbies, Camilla Sacre-Dallerup has the perfect programme to a fulfilled life.
Based on personal experience, as well as other people’s stories on overcoming barriers, this book will act as a guidance to reinvention. Join Camilla on this motivational journey and find many exercises, tools and affirmations that will help you finally live the life you have always wanted to.
Recognise her name?
The former Strictly Come Dancing star is now a Life & Mind Coach, hypnotherapist and meditation leader at zenme.tv, as well as an international author. She’s currently promoting her new book It’s Not You It’s Me. Follow her on Instagram @camilladallerup to see exclusive behind-the-scenes content and take sneak peeks at her workshops, books and life in California.
The book we read to learn about NDEs
Near Death Experiences by Dr. Penny Sartori and Kelly Walsh
Following the personal stories of near death experiences, this book breaks the stereotypes of death as a fearful phenomenon. Unconditional love, divine understanding, and true universal connection. That is what awaits us on the other side. Learn how to perceive death with the help of Dr. Sartori who examines the NDEs from an academic perspective, and Kelly Walsh who had an NDE experience herself following a suicide attempt. This book is a definite musthave for everyone who wants to read the stories of ordinary people with extraordinary experiences from the other side.
Next month, we’ll all be reading The Intuition Journal by Jo Chun Yan
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THIS MONTH WE’VE BEEN READING… The Ritual Yearbook by Theresa Cheung
What’s it about?
Positive intentions and taking meaningful action. This book will help you let go of the past, live joyfully in the present and open your heart to new beginnings. Its year-long programme will show you how to form beneficial habits and craft a more fulfilling life. It will also teach you that change depends on positive thinking.
Why did we pick it?
For its simple, fun and easyto-do 365 chronological rituals. These can be followed in sequence or you can just dive into the section you feel requires immediate attention. A ritual tracker is also included to mark your progress, which means you’ll gradually see progress from each of the 365 practices.
What have we taken away from it?
We’ve learnt that we have to be present in the now, focus on the future and find closure from the past. If we want meaningful change, then we have to take meaningful actions. Yes, this book helped us stay on target in order to change our lives for the better.
YOUR INSIGHTS ON THE RITUAL YEARBOOK
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“CHANGES OUR MIND SET”
While most of the rituals I’ve tried before, I enjoyed the way the book is presented and it was a timely reminder to refocus my intentions.
The rituals bring balance, peace, and order to our lives, and can bring about significant change if we implement them consistently.
“DEFINITELY HELPS YOU”
The Ritual Yearbook promises to provide 365 simple rituals, and that’s exactly what it does. There’s also a lot of commentary from the author, along with details from research studies.
An excellent book that should be on everyone’s self-care shelf. And not just on the shelf, but in their hands in order to use the suggestions given for a healthier, happier life.
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