When I started reading the synopsis of this novel, I assumed it would be similar to a memoir going into detail of the author's life, mistakes, and realizations. What I wasn't expecting was to be opened up to the idea of a spiritual connection between what the author calls "the holy trinity" - the heart, the head, and the hand. I like that the author approaches with a no nonsense, tell it like it is vibe. I could relate to a lot of what he felt in the first few pages, and I had quite a few moments of "oh yes, that's happened to me" or "man, I've felt that way too!"
The author mentions that at the core of everyone's desire is a feeling of belonging, and I don't think I could agree more. What is really interesting is hearing about how this man's experiences with intuition, spiritual guidance, and connection from within have helped him to be successful and most importantly, self-loving. I'm intrigued by Reiki and he's also inspired me to purchase my own Oracle Cards, which I never would have imagined.
I'm intrigued to know more and see what the author has to say. He asked for an open mind, and I am willing to do that. I can see how a lot of people would absolutely see this as a "foo-foo" book or complete babble, but I would like to give him the benefit of the doubt and hear him out - obviously it has been extremely helpful for him, so why not?