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A book review of From Seeking Recovery to Finding Wholeness: 11 Proven Mindsets for Freedom from Self-Bondage and Manifest Your Dreams With the Power of DIY Cognitive Therapy by Alex Mezulari

A book review of From Seeking Recovery to Finding Wholeness: 11 Proven Mindsets for Freedom from Self-Bondage and Manifest Your Dreams With the Power of DIY Cognitive Therapy by Alex Mezulari

Stars: ***

Alex Mezulari (2021)
Self-Help
36/71 pages (see below)

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Summary: A student asked, “How many days will it take to reach enlightenment?” The sage replied, “It will take 30 days, but will require 30 men to hold you down.” This book offers a real approach to self-realization, based on 11 mindsets taught in the ancient world’s wisdom traditions. It is a simple approach that all can follow. This book is a comprehensive collection of the teachings of the world’s foremost self-realization authorities. This collection represents the nuts and bolts of how success is achieved. It offers a streamlined approach to becoming your ideal self, eliminating competition, and providing yourself with the information required to the feed your spirit. Over time, this causes your mind to change. You will wake up one day to who you really are. At that moment, you have captured the world.

From Seeking Recovery to Finding Wholeness

The book has 8 chapters but 3 rules in the intro which totals the 11 mindsets. It is because of this that the introduction is very long. The intro is 23 pages long but these aren’t counted in the page count. So the e-book I read was 71 pages long but the last page of the book only says page 36. If you are doing the math and it doesn’t add up, that’s because the e-book includes the cover, about the author and other pages.

In this short book, we are taught about 11 mindsets we should keep to be the best we can be.

The Chapters are: Fearless, Faith, Belief, Inner Dialogue, Expectancy, Forgiveness, Competition and Vision. All of the advice was good in my opinion. I think Faith and Belief could have been the same chapter though. It’s important to note that while the book talks about God a lot and even references scripture, it’s not necessarily talking about the Christian God. There are lots of references to other religious beliefs. So the book is spiritual but not Christian.

Here is a quote that I really liked:

“Unfortunately, most have adopted a me-against-the-world mentality. We as human beings should recognize
that we need each other. No one’s existence is a mistake. We are all interconnected and live parallel lives that converge in the end. The only competition we should engage in is making today better than yesterday.”

pg 28

Overall the book has some good ideas for making your life better. If you are looking for a positive pick me up that isn’t too long, this will accomplish that. If you are looking for a longer, more in-depth self-help book, this isn’t that.

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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.

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