Thursday, June 13, 2024
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Book Review: The Soul Hacker: A Revolution of the Mind

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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

The Soul Hacker: A Revolution of the Mind by Eve Picard is an admirable attempt to free the human spirit from any “weights,” fears and agonies by the conventional practice of specific steps.

These steps are the result of the author’s own personal experience through life.

The book is divided into two parts, the first part is plainly the theory of the writer’s arguments and the second part is the hands-on practical one where we get our hands “dirty.”

Every book is written biased, nobody will convince me that there is a 100% objective book. Saying that I must say that this book is pretty much objective in a significant degree which is a fantastic thing to accomplish.

You can read the chapters pretty much independently from each other, you don’t have to read one chapter first to understand what the next means, which is a perfect property of the book.

Also, this gives the book a more powerful reference ability, I want to read about a specific matter I go to the index of the book find the page and go straight to that point. You don’t have to start reading the text from the start.

There are a lot of self-help books out there but the advantage of this one Is that is a lot of reads, the book is more than 300 pages long, and it covers a lot of issues, which are presented in a digestible way.

If you want to explore your inner self, if you’re going to find out how you can be a little bit less egotistic without sacrificing your ability to function as an autonomous human being then this book will help you acquire, philosophies, methods and practices that  you can use in order to achieve whatever you have in your mind.

Andreas Michaelides

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