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Ridiculously interesting.

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Reviewed: 29-11-2020

This book is not about super foods, yoga or the top five results you google. It’s packed with tips like: what to eat if you go to MacDonalds & how to deal with dinner parties. I found this book so interesting and a bit funny that I would even recommend it to someone without blood sugar issues.

Fascinating AND entertaining!

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Reviewed: 11-04-2020

I loved that it is read by the author. This is an interesting, funny and deeply fascinating book coupled with REAL intimate experiences shared. If you have an interest in dreams and spirituality without getting too technical then you’ll really like this book.

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Surprisingly good!

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Reviewed: 15-05-2019

Sometimes when you’ve listened too or read a lot of books on this theme it can be repetitive. This book doesn’t have anything new in it however it was a really great listen. While I decluttered I had it playing in the background- kind of like a coach! The narration is great and very motivating and I found that I didn’t feel so alone in my purge because the narrator was giving me a glimpse into a life I was aiming for. If this is a new topic for you- great! If this is an older topic use it to keep you focused and on task. I found the whole book compelling and a little bit addictive.

Somewhat confusing.

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Reviewed: 19-10-2018

I listened to this book and Zero Limits back to back. Zero limits was really interesting and quite profound. However between the two books I found the messages sometimes conflicting, thus making this book less enjoyable. This books title gives the impression of furthering the Ho’oponopono message but I felt I missed it. All very interesting story telling and some good insights but I would be reluctant to recommend it.

I didn’t believe it would work for me.

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Reviewed: 17-08-2018

But it actually did! I didn’t drink socially or to excess. I drank two glasses of wine every night when cooking dinner because I was exhausted and lonely. Coming home after work and having to reluctantly cook dinner alone for tired children is sooo depressing! Wine was my friend. I eased into this window of the day better. I yelled at the kids less. I got dinner made, done and survived until the kids got to bed. That doesn’t sound too bad does it?! My problem was that when I wanted to lose weight and look at my overall health I COULDN’T give up those two glasses. I tried with will power but I was miserable and felt deprived. I became angry that ‘my little helper’ was gone. Life just didn’t seem worth it. So because I wasn’t a raging alcoholic. Because I didn’t drink whole bottle in a night. Because I didn’t drink to excess at parties. Because I was emotionally attached I didn’t think it would work for me. Well it did. The ‘magic’ of this book made the craving go away and 8weeks later I still don’t have it. And would you believe that making dinner and dealing with the kids has gotten EASIER without alcohol!! This book broke the alcohol spell. I was then able to make clear choices about what I really wanted for me life. Yes there’s been some tough times when I’ve gone into the old thought pattern- ‘ah I really need a drink’. But because I’m no longer physically and emotionally addicted I can make the rational decision ‘alcohol won’t serve me at this time’. If you are undecided about this book just do it. For the cost of a bottle wine I’ve been able to completely change how I see my life and feel amazing about being at the steering wheel. Please do this for yourself as well. X

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